ColdSpell is finally back! For the fourth time the band from the land of ice and snow up in the north of Sweden is going to bring the world 12 songs that will melt a rocking heart. Titled “A New World Arise” the band has captured emotions of a world going crazy and finding peace in the wilderness. The album was recorded at various studios throughout Sweden and once again mixed by Tommy Hansen (Pretty Maids, Helloween, Jorn, …) and will be released in September 2017. The first single/video “Call of the Wild” is now out.
The band was formed in 2005 and since their first release ColdSpell have been one of the bands you like to mention when talking high-class Scandi hard rock! The band has released three albums so far, and all albums have received stunning reviews/feedback from leading hardrock webzines/magazines and radio all around the world. Their previous release “Frozen Paradise” proved that they have a sound of their own and a perfect mix between melodic hard rock and metal. Voted Best Album of the Year 2013 by Australian RockPit Magazine.
And reviews as;
POWERPLAY – “…and smiles all over its face when the last chords die away. A band getting better all the time, not many can say that. Cold to the touch, warm in the heart”! 9/10
FIREWORKS – “it’s only a matter of time before ColdSpell hit the big league. An album as good as this cannot be ignored”! 9/10
MK – “For lovers of fine Swedish melodic hard rock, look no further, yet another one to add to your collections. Solid and enjoyable and extremely well produced”91/100
ColdSpell have made a great impact as a live act over the years. During 2014 they played Hard Rock Hell (UK) an Väsby Rock Festival (SE) and toured US in May and UK in March and November, not to forget the selective gigs in Sweden. In 2015 they headlined Scotland’s premier rock festival – Wildfire Festival and had a top spot at US Festival in July. Their hometown also got a visit at Kirunafestivalen under the northern light in June 2015 . And last year they shared the stage with Michael Schenker in the Nordic capitals.