FATAL VISION – Twice (2023) *HQ*

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Twice” is the triumphant return of the Canadian melodic rock band FATAL VISION again revealing their key influences including Survivor, Bad English, Loverboy, Night Ranger, and REO Speedwagon.
The first single, “In My Fantasy”, is a hard rocker reminiscent of Bon Jovi at its best, followed by the post-apocalyptic, Asian-inspired “Tomorrow Never Comes”. The album also features the power ballads “End of the Dream” (a duet with up-and-coming Nashville artist Christine Corless), “The Last Summer Night” and “Don’t Fall In Love With A Dreamer” (which features a record-breaking 26-second final note by Marwood).
Then, the melancholic ”Ghosts Of Yesterday’ features Mark Holden (Boulevard) & JK Northrup (ex King Kobra).
Other accomplished colleagues appear on the album, including Harry Hess (Harem Scarem), Paul Laine (Danger Danger, The Defiants), Alessandro Del Vecchio (Edge of Forever, Hardline), Marc Lafrance (Loverboy, Motley Crue), Jeff Scott Soto on backing vocals, and Derry Grehan (Honeymoon Suite) contributed additional guitars.
“Twice” is mixed by Northrup and 80s guru Ron Nevison (Heart, Survivor), with production by Hess, Marwood, Montant, Del Vecchio, and Northrup.


01 – Dominoes
02 – In My Fantasy
03 – Thick As Thieves
04 – End Of The Dream (feat Christine Corless)
05 – In The Middle Of The Night (feat Derry Grehan)
06 – That Was Then (This Is Now)
07 – Time Has Left Us As Strangers (feat Christine Corless)
08 – Start Again
09 – Ghosts Of Yesterday (feat Mark Holden & JK Northrup)
10 – Welcome To My Nightmare
11 – The Last Summer Night
12 – Tomorrow Never Comes
13 – Don’t Fall In Love With A Dreamer (feat Mark Holden)

Simon Marwood – vocals
Juan Miguel Gomez Montant – guitars
Scottie Irving – keys
Alex Wickham – drums
Andrew Burns – bass


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