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New Progressive Rock Album – ‘David the Elder’ By The Anselmo Project

David the Elder - Progressive Rock Album by The Anselmo Project

The Anselmo Project the side solo effort of Picasso’s Dream keyboardist Anthony (Picasso) S. Anselmo has announced the long awaited Progressive Rock album called David the Elder to be released Dec 1st along with final single ‘A Whisper.’

A Whisper features vocals from the talented Dee Jazzaz based out of New Zealand. The song is part of a story of which is revealed on the David the Elder record. 

The amazing Francesco Mega returns for Acoustic with Dave Mahler providing the thundering Bass. 

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The Progressive Rock Story

The Progressive Rock concept album is based upon a story from Anthony’s long-time partner Daniel Noland. Featuring numerous talented individuals from around the world, the album paints a story of a lone man, trapped in a mysterious world and the strange events that occur around him. Taking over five years to construct and complete, the album it is an epic ProgRock masterpiece. 

Mastered by a team of talented Award Winning Producers and clocking in just under eighty minutes. The album is huge behemoth to delight any progressive rock listeners ears. 

“Daniel had this amazing story he had written that he hopes to turn in a series of books one-day. In the meantime, I quickly realized this could become an amazing concept album” says Anselmo. “It has been a long ride but I’m very proud of everyone’s efforts to help bring this vision to its full completion.”

Starring on the album is Louis A. Marchena as David the Elder, Cam Stark as The Boy, Dee Jazzaz as The Lady of Light, and David Merriman as The Internal Voice. 

The album also features guest appearances from Matthew Kerschner (Gravity, Lux Terminus), Haraold Kay (Anselmo/VanderMaas), Stephen Jones (Blue August), Brian Randolph (Picasso’s Dream), Max Bigalow (Picasso’s Dream), Alex Lazcano (Lazleitt), Alex Furst (Fade To Oblivion), Zahn Krava (Downright Nasties), Paul Budzynski (Downright Nasties) and many more special guest stars. 

Artwork for the album is done by the talented Jason Bascom.

David the Elder will be available via the bandcamp page Dec 1st and soon on all music platforms. More information can be found at AnthonyAnselmo.com.

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New Progressive Rock Single from The Anselmo Project – ‘The Battle of the Minds’

Battle of the Minds Single

PRESS RELEASE – COLUMBUS OHIO  – New Progressive Rock Single from The Anselmo Project – The Battle of the Minds.

The Anselmo Project the side project of Picasso’s Dream keyboardist Anthony  S. Anselmo has released a new single. This new single features a cavalcade of famous individuals, with singers all from the Central Ohio area.

Talent from Columbus Ohio and then some…

The Battle of the Minds features talent stemming from numerous bands that Anselmo has worked with over the past seven years. Stephen Jones (Blue August), Max Bigelow (Picasso’s Dream), Brian Randolph (Picasso’s Dream) and Ethan Kitchen (Still First in Space.)

The talented Pat Waldorf provides amazing guitar work,  prog-veteran Alex Lazcano on bass and the incredible Logan Wrainright on drums.

The song is part of an story that is revealed on the soon to be released David the Elder album. In the Battle of the Minds, four characters play the part of the world elementals as they debate the upcoming crisis.

The Progressive Rock concept album is based upon a story from Anthony’s long-time partner Daniel Noland. The album paints a story of a man, trapped in a world and the strange events that occur around him.

“Daniel had this amazing story he had written that he is planning to turn into a series of books one-day. In the meantime, I quickly realized this could become an amazing concept album similar to the likes of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, or Metropolis Part II.” says Anselmo.

The Battle of the Minds is available via The Anselmo Project bandcamp page and soon to be available on all streaming platforms. More information can be found at www.AnthonyAnselmo.com

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