Music Industry News Network [07-05-2011]
Frank Palangi Set To Release His Debut Offering “Frank Palangi EP”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NY, NY July 5, 2011
The musical talents of Frank Palangi have finally brought us the much awaited debut release of “Frank Palangi EP”. Along with the producing efforts of Rogers Masson, who has worked in the past with the likes of Marilyn Manson, and The Mavericks, accompanied by Grammy nominated rock-band Day of Fire, Frank Palangi has released music that reminds us of some artists that have defined rock music.
This solo artist hails from upstate NY and has founded his love of music from some of the greats. Inspired by Metallica, Johnny Cash, Creed, and Godsmack, Frank Palangi ventured down to Nashville, TN to work with Rogers Masson. According to Rogers, “This is the baddest rhythm section in the land, and along with the vocal guidance of singer Josh Brown, Frank’s songs are going to turn out amazing."
Without a doubt this music is pure rock, yet Frank Palangi remolds his sound for the modern audience. The mix of arrangement and stimulating lyrics brings in a whole new generation of rockers that take their queue from the old greats.
The ballad “Remembrance” is a track on the EP that offers a bit of a change and here it is evident that Palangi has talent when it comes to writing lyrics. “Drivin These Lines” offers more of Palangi’s signature style with intricate melodies and a dynamic that really brings this song to life.
Now more than ever this NY based artist has ambitions of making it in the business and becoming a mainstream act in the industry. The street release date of “Frank Palangi EP” is still to be determined but anticipate an end of the year debut.
Frank’s singles “Remembrance” and “I'm Waiting” can already be found on iTunes, Amazon and more digital download outlets.
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