June 14 2018 will see the official release of new Chinawhite album Different. To whet your appetite, here is the first song off the album; Kiss Of Fire!
In May 2018, Praying Mantis will release their next album, called Gravity. Check out the title track:
as a direct result of the article in the news paper I was asked to do an interview and a short drum solo on TV Limburg. Can you tell I “defended” you and myself with a vigour and flying colours? 🙂
Music is the doctor, again!
as it turns out, a video from the track The Shrink, written by Hans and Uros Raskovski, with some additions from Marcel Coenen, can be found on YouTube. It is taken from the Live DVD from Marcel. Enjoy!
in the films section of the site you can find some shots that were done while I was recording drums for the fabulous Reece-Kronlund album.
Parris is geboekt voor het Campingfestival van Bospop dit jaar. Zie het bijgaande nieuwsbericht…
At the end of the year in retrospect a little overview of my activities during the year gone by.
I did lots of shows with a lot of different bands. Among others playing for American female singer/guitar player Malina Moye at the prestigious Bospop Festival and sharing the big stage with great bands like Journey, Ringo Starr, Glenn Hughes, Dream Theater to name a few, was definitely a milestone for me! Sit back and enjoy if you will:
However, there was more to boast about I’m quite proud to say. In the course of the last year no less than three Cd’s saw the light of day. It started with American and Swedish collaboration Reece & Kronlund: “Solid” which met with some amazing reviews.
Followed by American rockers Bangalore Choir’s first Live CD “All or Nothing” recorded at the famous FireFest in Nottingham, England.
And last but not least Germany’s most sought after rock producer Michael Voss’ Mad Max released their first live CD called “Live in Berlin” as an official bootleg. Nice detail about that is that I captured that performance myself!! Negotiations with a major label are underway as we speak…more of that later which makes a promising start for 2012!
Thank you for your fantastic support.
Music ís the doctor!
All my best, good health and good music for the coming year and thereafter 🙂
Hans in ’t Zandt