Pyramids On Mars debut new track “Battle For Rome”; new album Echo Black to arrive in September

Official press release:

Crafting Progressive rock, industrial, and metal influences fused with his passion for classical composers such has J.S Bach and Antonio Vivaldi, guitarist Kevin Estrella is carving a new musical direction that few dare to attempt with his solo project Pyramids On Mars. Written all by Estrella from the guitars, bass and drums, his latest effort Echo Cosmic due out on September 8, 2015 is an impressive ten track journey to follow up his 2013 self-titled debut album.

Estrella comments:

“I honestly think “Echo Cosmic” will do for this decade what Joe Satrani’s Surfing With The Alien did for instrumental rock back in the ’80’s. It captures the same passion, energy, and melodic hooks, yet it has an updated sound. Heavier than Satriani though. He is influenced mostly by the blues. I am influenced by metal and classical music. I have always focused on melody. Same with composers like J.S Bach and Antonio Vivaldi. The masters of melody. They are pretty much all I listen to. So what I am doing on stage today, was the norm 300 years ago. “

With an ear for melody, and natural use of odd time signatures blended with modern heavy guitar riffs and the sound of classic 1970’s analog keyboards, your adventure of music from the Mystical Red Planet begins now with the premiere of the first single “Battle For Rome” via ProgMetalZone.com below:

Echo Cosmic track listing:

1. “Dream Division”
2. “Battle for Rome”
3. “Death Valley Driver”
4. “Tribute”
5. “Heaven’s Gate”
6. “Sailing the Oceans of Neptune”
7. “Spectre of Orion”
8. “Order of the Freemasons”
9. “Occam’s Razor”
10. “Echo Cosmic”

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