Following his enthralling acoustic travelogue, Under a Mediterranean Sky, Steve Hackett has announced a new solo album, Surrender of Silence.
His second album of 2021, Surrender of Silence sees the former Genesis guitarist pick up an electric once again, and – according to a press release – explore his love of world music. It's set for a September 10 release via Inside Out Music.
The album features Hackett's touring band of Roger King (keyboards, programming, and orchestral arrangements), Rob Townsend (sax, clarinet), Jonas Reingold (bass), Nad Sylvan (vocals), and Craig Blundell (drums), plus Phil Ehart and Nick D’Virgilio on drums, Amanda Lehmann, Durga, and Lorelei McBroom on vocals, Christine Townsend on violin and viola, Malik Mansurov on tar, and Sodirkhon Ubaidulloev on dutar.
“Lockdown cobwebs are blown away in one fell-swoop here!” Hackett said of the album in a press release.
“With the monster rhythm section of Jonas, Craig, Nick, and Phil along with Rob’s soaring sax and bass clarinet, Nad, Amanda, and myself on vocals, Roger’s darkly powerful organ, and my guitar, we plunge full-pelt into that wild release of energy.”
Surrender of Silence was produced by Hackett with Roger King. You can check out its tracklist below.
Steve Hackett – Surrender of Silence:
- The Obliterati
- Relaxation Music For Sharks (Featuring Feeding Frenzy)
- The Devil's Cathedral
- Held In The Shadows
- Shanghai To Samarkand
- Fox's Tango
- Day Of The Dead
- Scorched Earth
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