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He was the lead singer for Angel. Now wait. Don't duck and run quite yet. And Dimino still has the vocal chops, probably singing better now than in the Angel past. I know. Who'd believe it? He's got some talented folk helping him along as well. Even better, Dimino's tunes don't sound anything like Angel.
This is straight up melodic hard rock, sometimes with a metal edge, and rather catchy at that. Some songs like Rockin' In The City, The Quest, and Mad As Hell rock out with sharp riffs and a swift groove, grabbing you with a memorable refrain and some soaring guitar leads. Another is Tears Will Fall, a churning groove monster with massive riffs and Dimino soaring once more, never to be held back. Arranged and played another way, it could have been a blues song.
And that may be the subtle feeling underneath Stones By The River, maybe even some country blues when you hear the timbre of the guitars at the start, steel twisted with dobro.
All this makes you wonder why haven't heard from Dimino in all these years. Bottom line: he's in fine vocal form, stronger than ever, and delivers with an album of fine melodic hard rock.
Frank Dimino is in fine vocal form, stronger than ever, and delivers with an album of fine melodic hard rock. Through trials and tribulations, and a six year hiatus, Australia's Vanishing Point returns with their latest and sixth album, Dead Elysium.
There is certainly a connection between then and now, and that is still about making a great record with great musicians! Don't duck and run quite yet. Who's that, you say? But there Album) was this glam rock band called Angel, back in the late Seventies. Yeah, my recollection was fuzzy, too. That's actually a real improvement. And Dimino still has the vocal chops, probably singing better now than in the Angel past. Even better, Dimino's tunes don't sound anything like Angel. He was the lead singer for Angel.
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