Hamburg, germany GAMMA RAY has delivered impressive statements of his own musical philosophy to the global heavy metal community for over 30 years now. Founded and directed by Kai hansen after leaving the famous German power metal band HELLO, GAMMA RAY recorded 11 studio albums between 1989 and 2015. Dirk Schlächter (low), Henjo richter (guitar), Michel ehre (battery) and Frank Beck (voice), Hansen is the band’s lead singer, guitarist and songwriter.
The expressive power of the band’s music is reflected in their energetic concerts. There is hardly a renowned metal festival where GAMMA RAY didn’t shake up the crowds and hardly a European metal magazine that didn’t feature at least one GAMMA RAY cover story.
At GAMMA RAYthe next live album by “Live 30 years anniversary”, the band would like to invite everyone to the party which was their one and only show in 2020. Due to COVID-19, the band couldn’t play any shows, so they decided to do a live event and to install a large stage in the ISS dome in Düsseldorf, Germany. This event took place on August 27 and was broadcast to fans around the world.
Check “Land of the Free” of this event live below.
Multiple cameras recorded the best of power metal with a guest keyboard Corvin Bahn and old (and first !!) GAMMA RAY singer Ralf Scheeper as a very special guest. This live broadcast will be released as a live double album both audio and video via earMUSIC.
Due to COVID-19, this concert, like so many others, took place without an audience. This is why the group decided to invite fans to send recordings of screams, calls and whistles to their favorite music. GAMMA RAY songs, which will be added at the end of the show and give fans the chance to participate in this release.
“Live 30 years anniversary” will be released as a digipak CD, 3xLP on black vinyl and digital. In addition, there will be a limited edition 3xLP on colored vinyl. Each of the three LPs will be pressed on a different color of vinyl.
The CD / DVD and vinyl will be available on November 12; the digital version will be released on September 10.
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