One of the two ensembles to rise on the ashes of DIO to carry on Ronnie James‘ legacy, LAST IN LINE have been self-confident enough to come up with original material in the classic vein and deliver two strong albums to date, 2016’s “Heavy Crown” and “II” three years later, before the global pandemic struck and hindered their plans. The quartet didn’t stop, though, and November 11th is the date when their new EP will be released digitally and on a limited edition vinyl disc, featuring, for the first time ever in the band’s career, a cover song that’s unrelated to these musicians.
Titled “A Day In The Life” and containing the “Sgt. Pepper’s” classic, the mini-album sees Vivian Campbell, Phil Soussan, Vinny Appice and Andrew Freeman deliver a heavy spin on THE BEATLES’ perennial – the American foursome’s Matt Mahurin-directed video having premiered on July 29th – alongside their own fresh composition and two concert recordings, one from each of their studio efforts. The results look and sound very tasty.
1. A Day In The Life
2. Hurricane Orlagh
3. Devil In Me (live)
4. Give Up The Ghost (live)