Ronnie Atkins’ third full-length solo album ‘Trinity’ to be released on October 13th

Ronnie Atkins’ third full-length solo album ‘Trinity’ to be released on October 13th

Pretty Maids frontman Ronnie Atkins continues his prolific pace in releasing new solo material as on October 23, 2023, the singer will be releasing his third full-length solo album titled Trinity via Frontiers Music Srl. Atkins has already released One Shot (2021), the EP 4 More Shots (The Acoustics) (2021), Make It Count (2022) and the EP Symphomaniac (2022).

Track List for Trinity:
01. Trinity
02. Ode To A Madman
03. Paper Tiger
04. Soul Divine
05. Via Dolorosa
06. Godless
07. Shine
08. If You Can Dream It
09. Sister Sinister
10. Raining Fire
11. The Unwanted
12. What If

Frontiers‘ US webshop indicates:

“Famed Danish hard rock singer/songwriter Ronnie Atkins (of Pretty Maids) announces the upcoming release of his third full length studio album aptly entitled, “Trinity”.

Since Ronnie was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in 2019, he has not lost a second of his precious time which was spent composing and recording two very successful releases “Make it Count” and the debut “One Shot”, both very much acclaimed by critics and fans alike. He has also recently resumed live shows in Europe with his own band and with the Avantasia project all over the world. Later this year he plans to hit the road again in support of the new album.

“I guess I have a different perspective on life these days than I had 4 years ago and I embrace everyday with all that goes with it,” says Ronnie. “Let me add to this that working which in my case is writing songs and performing on stage is what keeps me going I guess. I like to focus on the positive aspects of life and indulge myself in things that I really wanna do by heart.”

“I think the album might have turned out a bit heavier than the previous ones, since most of the songs were written on guitar this time, but above all it’s still very melodic,” continues Atkins. “Lyrically it’s pretty much about what’s going on in the world today and that’s what inspires me. A lot of the songs are pretty personal too and I’m trying to squeeze in a bit of optimism into it as well.”

A winning team should not be changed, so once again the album was produced by Chris Laney with Jacob Hansen taking care of the mix and the mastering.

“To me a good song is a good hook/topline and that’s pretty much what paves the way for the end result,” concludes Ronnie Atkins, explaining “it’s a damn good solid melodic hard rock album. I’m very happy about the final result. I hope the fans will embrace the new album and that I’ll be able to take these songs on the road. That’s my plan!”

Since the start of his rock‘n roll journey with Pretty Maids, Ronnie Atkins has consistently gifted fans with quality, melodic rock and “Trinity” delivers again in spades!”

Ronnie Atkins‘ “Trinity” video: