New York, NY – IZZ guitarist, Paul Bremner's new studio album, The Witness, is scheduled for release on April 26, 2016. IZZ fans have grown to associate Paul's distinctive and melodic guitar playing with the "IZZ Sound". Paul has earned the respect of the progressive rock community by writing such memorable songs as "Light From Your Eyes", "Illuminata" and co-writing the IZZ classics "Late Night Salvation" and "Can't Feel the Earth, Part II," among many others. Paul's new studio album of 10 songs showcases both his dynamic guitar playing and his penchant for writing emotional music and lyrics.
"I am thrilled to release this collection of songs" says Bremner. "They feature a wide range of moods and emotions and I think IZZ fans will find them intriguing and satisfying."
The first track of the album "From Here I Can See the Horizon" features a powerful and exciting lead vocal performance from Anmarie Byrnes while the emotionally charged "Warm" spotlights a hauntingly beautiful lead vocal from Laura Meade. The energetic fury of the title track "The Witness" features Brian Coralian on drums while Greg DiMiceli is showcased on several tracks including the jazz/funk-inspired "No Remorse".
Tom Galgano, who sings lead vocals on several tracks and who engineered and co-produced the album with Bremner notes, "Every song on this album is different and yet they are all connected by Paul's unique guitar sound and songwriting. It's been an absolute pleasure working on this album – in fact in many ways it's been like working on an 'alternate' IZZ record."
The last track on the album, "Last Exit Before Toll" comes in at over 20 minutes and encompasses the full range of Bremner's musical palette. "I am very happy to include this extended piece which I hope will take the listener on a journey; and I am happy that it features all of my IZZ band mates."
Paul Bremner's The Witness will be available for purchase on iTunes, at Amazon.com and at your favorite online retailer on April 26, 2016.
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