CHASTAIN Singer LEATHER LEONE: 'Lost At Midnite' Lyric Video
March 9, 2018
LEATHER, the solo band of CHASTAIN singer Leather Leone, will release its new album, "II", on March 21 in Japan via Rubicon Music and on April 13 in the U.S. through Divebomb Records and in Europe through High Roller Records. The vinyl version of the album will be made available on June 29 via High Roller (limited to 500 copies, red or black vinyl).
"II" track listing:
01. Juggernaut 02. The Outsider 03. Lost At Midnite 04. Black Smoke 05. The One 06. Annabelle 07. Hidden In The Dark 08. Sleep Deep 09. Let Me Kneel 10. American Woman 11. Give Me Reason
The official lyric video for the song "Lost At Midnite" can be seen below. Leather says: "'Lost At Midnite' was one of the first written and one of our favorites. I leave these lyrics up for personal interpretation. But saying that, it was a life-changing night for me!"
Joining the vocal powerhouse in the new formation are Vinnie Tex (guitar),Thiago Velasquez (bass) and Braulio Drumond (drums).
CHASTAIN's latest album, "We Bleed Metal", was released in November 2015. It was the follow-up to the band's 2013 reunion CD "Surrender To No One".
Leone has long been considered one of the originators of the female power metal vocal style, having appeared on the classic CHASTAIN albums "Mystery Of Illusion", "Ruler Of The Wasteland", "The 7th Of Never", "The Voice Of The Cult" and "For Those Who Dare".
The Leather-fronted version of CHASTAIN recorded five CDs in the mid-to-late 1980s: 1985's "Mystery Of Illusion", 1986's "Ruler Of The Wasteland", 1987's "The 7th Of Never", 1988's "The Voice Of The Cult" and 1990's "For Those Who Dare". After the "For Those Who Dare" tour, David and Leather amicably went their separate ways but kept in touch over the years before reuniting in 2013.
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