On July 6, 2018, Vancouver band Skyline Park will release their debut album “To The Flame.” This 55 minute debut features singles “Distress” and “Push,” alongside 8 brand new tracks.
“To The Flame” will take listeners on a sonic journey from Alternative and Experimental rock, through to 70s and 80s inspired Hard Rock and Heavy Metal, alongside pristine ballads and somber tracks.
Produced by Skyline Park and Mastered by up-and-coming producer Jack Thomas (Officer Trip, Wasted Breath, and Etheria) “To The Flame” pushes the boundaries of the Vancouver music scene. The album will be available on Bandcamp and all major streaming services
To The Flame:
Speed of Sound
Claire 3: Redemption
The Prophet and the Profiteer
To The Flame
Justin Smith | Vocals, Guitar
Kyle King | Vocals, Guitar
Riley Garrett | Vocals, Bass
Ryan Bowles | Drums
Stefanie Garrett (Vocals, The Beast)
Redacted (Keys, Distress)
Produced by Skyline Park
Mixed by Kyle King, Riley Garrett, and Justin Smith
Mastered by Jack Thomas
Recently, a good friend of mine contacted me about conducting an interview with Skyline Park. Now, it is potentially a mandatory school project, and also isn’t with any major news or music corporation, but it is also potentially a really big interview (we’ll let the fridgeheads decide). Also, we’re going to have a photoshoot where hopefully we’ll get our album cover, so it should be a good time.
Honestly, I just wanted an excuse to post Michael’s face on our website.
Damn, 2 months into production and I think we’re almost done (we’re probably not) We previously announced that we had finished tracking Rhythm Guitar and Bass, but decided to completely re-write a song to make it better. Hopefully by the end of this weekend we’ll have that finished, and can also get a start on guitar solos. We’re also looking for an effective way to record drums, as the current electric kits we’ve been using haven’t really done the trick.
After that, most of the lyrics have been written, so it does just feel like patching up and mixing. I’m hoping we can have this out in March, but that might be a stretch.
Also, Ryan’s still in the Russian wilderness. Hopefully we can go find him Friday night, and we’ll document that experience.
Stay Frosty Fridgeheads