Apocalyptic Lovers need 100 orders in 30 days to get their debut album out on vinyl
“Arena rock” hard rockers Apocalyptic Lovers are trying to get their debut album Redemption Volume One released on vinyl and need your help to do so as they need to get 100 orders in 30 days.
The following message was posted on Apocalyptic Lovers‘ Facebook page on March 15, 2018:
“Hello rock and metal fans! Our band is about to embark on a campaign to get our last record released on vinyl in 4 days.
If you are new to us, we have been together since 1991, split in 96/97 and returned a couple years ago with a new record mixed by legendary producer Michael Wagener. We were about to move on with a killer Covers EP and another full length album, but our singer Rob found an interesting opportunity that might enable us to cross Redemption Vol I via VINYL OFF of our musical bucket list.
The campaign is simple, we obtain 100 orders in 30 days and the vinyl is made and shipped worldwide. If not, no vinyl for us or you.
We hope you can all help by sharing on social media, emailing friends or even the old fashion way and talk to your friends about the campaign and get everyone involved and ready to order on Monday!
Thank you and hope WE can ALL make this happen together!
More Details: http://bit.ly/2FEgJ5P“
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Apocalyptic Lovers‘ Redemption Volume I album: “Apocalyptic Lovers have delivered an album that will undoubtedly take you back to the glory days of the ’80s era where engaging melodies, soaring harmonies and great guitar riffs were the staples of your favorite songs. Seeing that producer and mixer extraordinaire Michael Wagener (Accept, Alice Cooper, Dokken, Extreme, Keel, Skid Row, Warrant and White Lionjust to name a few) took care of the mixing for the album, it is not surprising that Apocalyptic Lovers‘ Redemption Volume I has a real retro feel to it.”
Apocalyptic Lovers‘ “Killing For A Living” video:
The Apocalyptic Lovers have released the official video for their song Killing For A Living from the Michael Wagener mixed 8 song album Redemption Vol I. All the guys in the band are huge Iron Maiden fans and this video is a tip of the cap to the early Maiden video Run to the Hills.