THE VINTAGE CARAVAN: 'Voyage' Track-By-Track Breakdown (Video)

December 18, 2013

"Voyage", the new album from the Iceland classic rock trio THE VINTAGE CARAVAN, will be released on January 10, 2014 in Europe and January 21 in North America via Nuclear Blast as a limited first edition digipak, 2LP 180g vinyl in various colors and digital download. The cover artwork was created by artist Alex Matus and can be seen below.

A track-by-track breakdown of the album can be seen below.

THE VINTAGE CARAVAN is a young band hailing from the greater Reykjavik area. The group was originally founded around 2006 when the members were very young. However, it did not become a serious project until 2009.

THE VINTAGE CARAVAN is known for its energetic stage performance and has been very active live for the past few years. Since 2011, the band has released two LPs, with the most recent one having been issued by one of the largest record labels in Iceland, Sena, with which THE VINTAGE CARAVAN made a deal in early 2012. That same year, bassist Alex Örn joined the group.

THE VINTAGE CARAVAN's musical influences are very diverse, but mainly include the classic hard rock of the '60s and '70s. Though this may suggest a glorified retro-type band, THE VINTAGE CARAVAN does it in its own way with a powerful attitude and a modern twist.


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