Outloud Vocalist Gears Up For Release With Iron Bridge Band
August 13, 2013
Chandler Mogel has completed the full-length debut with the New Jersey-based outfit Iron Bridge Band, just one of the Outloud vocalist’s many projects. Entitled ‘Road Not Taken’, the album is set for release on September 27th through the band’s own label Messej Media — on CD and digitally worldwide. This album breaks new ground for fans of Mogel, where it of course contains his signature vocals throughout, but musically it draws influence from the ’70s greats such as Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Eagles, Little River Band, and more.
As for Outloud, who reached the ‘Sleaze Roxx Top 10 of 2009’ with their album ‘We’ll Rock You To Hell And Back Again’, lead vocals for the new album have been underway in New Jersey at Room 368 Productions. Drums have been completed by George Kollias (of the band Nile) and the album is slated to be mixed in late September/early October by Tommy Hansen (Helloween, Pretty Maids, TNT).
Mogel has also completed the debut full-length album with his new band Khaos. A video shoot will happen in September with the album’s release expected by the end of the year, with a European tour to follow.
If that isn’t enough, Mogel has recorded lead vocals for the upcoming release of Staten Island based progressive metal band Theater Of The Absurd’s second album ‘The Myth of Sisyphus’ which is expected for release around November of this year and he has also signed on with the New York band Porphyra to record all lead vocals for their upcoming album. The band features popular heavy metal radio personality Billy Chrissochos, also from the band Phoenix Reign. Vocal recordings will begin in just a couple of weeks in New Jersey. Finally, Mogel has just completed vocals for five songs for the band Iceland, featuring drum virtuoso Pat Gesualdo, the founder of the world renown DAD program (Drums and Disabilities). The album will also feature performances from guitar virtuosos such as Mike Romeo (Symphony X) and Metal Mike Chlasciak (Halford). The vocals were tracked at Trax East in New Jersey by Eric Rachel (Symphony X, Skid Row).
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