STEVE HACKETT releases studio album “Beyond the Shrouded Horizon” on September 27th

On September 27th, progressive rock giant STEVE HACKETT returns with another stunning release “Beyond the Shrouded Horizon”. This highly anticipated album, due to be released on September 27th through InsideOut Music, will be available as a 2 CD set that includes 6 previously unreleased tracks; vinyl LP with gatefold sleeve (including the album as digital download), and digital album. The album will be the focus of HACKETT’s “Breaking Waves” Tour and is sure to amaze and astound old and new fans alike, blasting them into Rock’s stratosphere.

HACKETT says: “My new album ‘Beyond the Shrouded Horizon’ breaks free from its moorings in early autumn and sets sail through choppy riffs and sudden electric storms to the odd romantic isle…”

“From Sinbad seas to Star Trek oceans of deep sky, it’s an odyssey. Invisible chords link pop to pomp, blues to baroque, embracing all genres discovered along the way. Let chthonic guitar forces and power of song take you to where waves crash through de-tuned orchestras over the edge of charted territories.”

This eagerly awaited new album follows hot on the heels of the tremendous success of his previous opus “Out of The Tunnel’s Mouth” which until now has been heralded as his strongest work.

“Beyond the Shrouded Horizon” is a deeply profound and mystical, yet heartfelt and spellbinding, progressive rock record which will seduce the listener. It marks another step on the enthralling journey we are taking with HACKETT as he makes sense of his life through music.

The album strikes a joyous note while remaining a fascinating and deeply personal affair. As HACKETT says: “For all you restless souls out there, tighten your seatbelts and join me at full throttle on a ride from the shores of Loch Lomond to the Rings of Saturn.”

“Beyond The Shrouded Horizon”, HACKETT’s 24th solo release, charts an intriguing journey into the unknown on beautiful numbers like the epic “A Place Called Freedom” and the romantic melodies of “Looking For Fantasy”. HACKETT pioneered the “tapping” technique, which influenced the likes of Eddie Van Halen and countless other virtuous guitarists, as well as produced countless classic works as a member of GENESIS and GTR-but “Beyond The Shrouded Horizon” is set to be a work of historic significance which represents the pinnacle of achievement thus far in his stellar solo career.

The band features long time collaborators Roger King (keyboards), Gary O’Toole (drums), Rob Townsend (sax, whistle, bass clarinet), Nick Beggs (bass), and the seductive vocals of Amanda Lehmann (who also plays guitar). Roger King and Steve’s wife Jo have also written several of the tracks with Steve. Special guests include YES bassist Chris Squire, drummer Simon Phillips, and flutist John Hackett (Steve’s brother).

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