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Aural Films releases Progressive Rock Pioneers Picasso’s Dream Collection

Progressive Rock Picasso's Dream Collection

Aural Films has released a compilation of Progressive Rock Pioneers Picasso’s Dream for their July ‘Astronauts 11’ album! Spanning the group’s eight years and including a brand new song Wings Unchained.

Wings Unchained is a new song that was recorded in 2019 makes its debut with a long-time friend of the group Jay Ott adding the finishing touches on the lead guitar. Recorded and produced by Grammy Award-winning Paris Hollins at Blue Moon Studios in Columbus, Ohio.

DOWNLOAD THE NEW ALBUM HERE

Progressive Rock Collection

Picasso’s Dream has been creating, recording, and entertaining individuals throughout Central and Northern Ohio for the past eight years. The collection covers all incarnations of the band, from the very beginning to today. This includes selections of tracks from “The Sky’s the Limit”, “Footsteps” and recently released singles.

“Jack Hertz of Aural Films approached us to do a collection based on our space rock themes. This was a perfect opportunity to look back on everyone’s hard work and celebrate the music,” says keyboardist and founding member Anthony S. Anselmo.

The new song features the complete cast of regulars, with both Chris Bianchi and Jay Ott providing guitar parts. Max Bigalow returns on bass, Vincent Simon on drums, Tony Kertis on saxophone, and of course Anthony S. Anselmo on keyboards.

“I was really happy we could include the entire crew’s efforts on this song.” continues Anthony. “Sadly the song lingered during the 2020 pandemic, but I’m happy to see its debut. ”

Astronauts 11 will be available via the bandcamp page July 5th.

For more information on the band visit PicassosDream.com or PicassosDream.BandCamp.com

For more information about Aural Firms check out AuralFilms.BandCamp.com

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New Progressive Rock Single from The Anselmo Project – A Child’s Dream

PRESS RELEASE – COLUMBUS OHIO – The Anselmo Project re-releases Progressive Rock single A Child’s Dream from the upcoming David the Elder album.

The Anselmo Project the solo project of Picasso’s Dream keyboardist Anthony  S. Anselmo has re-released A Child’s Dream, a remixed and remastered version of the song.

The single is from the upcoming Progressive Rock Concept album David the Elder. The song is an instrumental rock epic with multiple tapestries of sound. Combining both Synthwave and Progressive elements the song is a feast for musically inclined ears.

The Progressive Rock Story

After a lifetime of adventures in a world of his own creation, the Boy settles into a season of rest. However, it would not be for soon he would face his greatest challenge. An outsider appears in his otherworld. A Man of mystery, who is familiar to the Boy, had he the opportunity to know the man.

The song features brilliant guitar work from XterraBill who has worked with Anselmo throughout the album. Also, Prog-veteran Alex Lazcano adds the heavy bass and Logan Wrainright is once again featured on drums.

“In preparation for the full album Tony Thompson has remixed the song to provide better clarity for each of the instruments. He really made the drums really ‘pop’ now and the clarity of the overall instruments can be heard.” says Anselmo.

The upcoming Progressive Rock concept album is based upon a story from Anselmo’s long-time partner Daniel Noland and features numerous talented individuals from all over the world.

A Child’s Dream 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.

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

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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The Anselmo Project – ‘A Child’s Dream’ Single Now Available

Happy to Announce the release of my latest single ‘A Child’s Dream.’ This song is part of the upcoming album I’m working on based on a book from Daniel Noland! Inspired a bit from listening to both Pink Floyd and Dynatron it’s a musical journey into the fantasy of the mind!

https://theanselmoproject.bandcamp.com/album/a-childs-dream-single

NOTE: BUY the single within the first week and proceeds go towards Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief!
SHARE then and get a liner credit on my next album!

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