ORIANTHI ANNOUNCES RELEASE DATE FOR THIRD STUDIO ALBUM, ‘HEAVEN IN THIS HELL’
Platinum-selling solo artist and iconic guitarist Orianthi – recently seen touring the world with Alice Cooper – is gearing up for the release of her new album, ‘Heaven In This Hell’.
Produced by Dave Stewart, the album will be released on Spinefarm Records/Robo Records, and is scheduled to drop on March 11th 2013.
‘Heaven In This Hell’ – Orinathi’s third solo outing following ‘Violet Journey’ (2007) & ‘Believe’ (2010) – delivers a mega-dose of rock, weaving in elements of modern country & swampy blues.
“I am so proud of this album because it really showcases my style of riff heavy rock and energetic blues,” Orianthi remarks. “The success of ‘Believe’ helped to give me credibility and afforded me the freedom to create the kind of album I have been wanting to make, with musicians I respect, playing together live in a studio, creatively exchanging ideas... the way I want all my records to be made. My friend, collaborator and producer, Dave Stewart and I just jammed and hashed out a variety of songs and sounds until we found the grooves that inspired us.”
While Orianthi recorded the majority of ‘Heaven In This Hell’ at Blackbird Studio in Nashville, she also worked on several songs & overdubs at Dave Stewart's Hollywood studio…
“Working with Ori over the last year has been an inspiring experience for me,” comments Stewart. “She is such a dedicated guitarist and focused songwriter; her enthusiasm is infectious and all of the musicians who worked on the record were motivated to give her their best. When we went to Nashville, we knew we were about to embark on something exciting, something career-altering.”
1. Heaven in this Hell
2. You Don't Wanna Know
4. If You Think You Know Me
4. How Do You Sleep?
7. Another You
8. How Does That Feel?
9. Filthy Blues
10. If You Were Here With Me
The iTunes version of the album comes complete with two bonus tracks.
You can pre order the album here
And check out the lyric video for Orianthi's new single 'Frozen' here: