TRYTAN - BLOOD OF KINGS (Double Vinyl Gatefold)

TRYTAN - BLOOD OF KINGS (*NEW-2-LP Vinyl Gatefold, 2021, Retroactive Records)

For fans of Rush styled prog metal with HOOKS!

  • Double Vinyl Gatefold
  • Features Jim Laverde on bass (Barren Cross)
  • Features John Elefante (Kansas/Mastedon) guest vocals on "The Revelation"
  • Features Rey Parra (Deny the Fallen/Sacred Warrior) guest vocals on "The Revelation"
  • Features Eric Gillette on drums - he is lead guitarist, vocalist, and keyboardist for the Neal Morse Band + others
  • 80 minutes of the best music your ears can possibly hear.

This album is an exciting and brilliant musical and emotional rollercoaster, but fans know that’s par for the course from progressive rockers, Trytan. Blood of Kings marks the band’s third iconic milestone on a musical journey that began over 30 years ago! Blood of Kings features band leader, Lary Dean on vocals, Eric Gillette (Neal Morse Band), Jim Laverde (Barren Cross), Rey Parra (Sacred Warrior/Deny the Fallen), John Elefante (Kansas/Mastedon) and together they offer a vibrant manifesto of world-class musicianship, vivid lyrical scenarios and ambitious, multi-leveled compositions that have established Trytan as a uniquely compelling creative force like never before! To simply describe Blood of Kings as “epic” is to seriously underestimate the brilliance jam-packed into this album. This is definitive ear candy for even the most distinguished of music fans.  For fans of Dream Theater, Rush, Kansas, Spock’s Beard, and The Neal Morse Band. 


"...this is not only the best Trytan album I've heard, but one of the best albums I've ever heard period and I mean that sincerely with all of my heart. I have no doubt that it will not only touch people's lives, but change them as well! I can't wait to play it on our radio show!”  Jeff D’Bury -The Rock & Roll Casserole Show

"The Blood of Kings is progressive, heavy, melodic and memorable. Album of the year consideration and it's only February. Lary Dean with Eric Gillette and Jim LaVerde have assembled what could be an all-time classic. And epic landscape of sound that is world-class."   Keven Crothers / White Throne Reviews & Radio

On "Blood of the Kings," Trytan knocks the ball out of the park in an overlooked and sparsely populated Christian progressive metal genre. A bit too early in the ballgame, but also a potential album of the year contender.
                                                           Angelic Warlord Reviews

Wow! Fans who dug the first two albums are going to FREAK! “The GodStorm” into “The Revelation Song” segue is epic. Oh my! I’ve been waiting for years for a metal band to cover this majestic worship tune!   
                                  Doug Van Pelt / Heaven's Metal Magazine

1. The Descender (Its Goin Down) (7:35)
2. A Million Hearts (6:06)
3. Blood of Kings (9:16)
Approx 23 minutes

1. Monsters (8:30)
2. Last Night in Dubai (5:15)
3. Ricochet (7:45)
Approx 22 minutes

1. Centrifuge (7:45)
2. Shadow Racer (6:34)
3. Yesterday (6:21)
Approx 21 minutes

1. The GodStorm (7:10)
2.  Revelation Song (7:03)
Approx 14 minutes



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