Last In Line – Heavy Crown (February 19, 2016)

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Last In LineVinny Appice, Jimmy Bain and Vivian Campbell were part of the original Dio band and co-writers on the Holy Diver, Last In Line, and Sacred Heart albums the records that defined the classic early Dio sound and have gone on to become parts of rock history. They reunited in 2012 and during that first jam, it was immediately apparent that the chemistry of the original band was very much intact. The excitement generated by that rediscovery led to a second session, this time they called in vocalist Andrew Freeman, a guy who has the vocal power to complete the original powerhouse sound of the Dio band. Heavy Crown is their debut album and is highly recommended for fans of Dio and ’80’s heavy metal, but make no mistake, this is also firmly rooted in the here and now of hard rock. This deluxe edition includes a bonus track and a DVD featuring music videos and behind the scenes look at the making of the album. (from Amazon)

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