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THE FREQUENCY CONSPIRACY Ft. Members of Last in Line, Tyketto, 24-7 Spyz & Mörglbl Release Cover Video For KANSAS' 'Carry on Wayward Son'

 


THE FREQUENCY CONSPIRACY - Ft. Members of Last in Line, Tyketto, 24-7 Spyz and Mörglbl - Release Cover Video For KANSAS' 'Carry on Wayward Son'

Drummer Joel Maitoza (24-7 Spyz, Seventrain, Shockhead) has just released the second video from his new project THE FREQUENCY CONSPIRACY. It’s a cover version of Carry on Wayward Son by KANSAS from the soon to be released “Quarantine Covers” album featuring:

Andrew Freeman (Last in Line, Lynch Mob, Offspring) – Vocals
Christophe Godin (Mörglbl, The Prize, Wax In) - Guitars
Jaimie Scott (Tyketto, Vaughn) - Bass
Joel Maitoza (24-7 Spyz, Shockhead, Seventrain) – Drums

Maitoza states in a recent interview “It’s been a blast remaking all of these cover songs and working with such extraordinary musicians. The final 9 songs for the album have been selected which will include some surprise cameo appearances. I’m super excited for this album to be completed so I can share it with you all. We’re shooting for a January 2021 release date if all goes as planned.”

The album is currently being recorded at Exum Studios by Scott Exum (Stabbing Westward, Unwritten Law), Room 9 Studios by Jerry Whiting and AJP Studios by Alex Pappas (Finch). The full-length album is scheduled to be released worldwide in early 2021; however, no specific release date is available at this time.

The video for Carry on Wayward Son by The Frequency Conspiracy can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdrbcunU4do



Just recently Joel Maitoza released the first single and video from THE FREQUENCY CONSPIRACY, a cover version of 'Rock Candy' by the legendary band MONTROSE from the soon to be released “Quarantine Covers” album featuring:

Andrew Freeman (Last in Line, Lynch Mob, Offspring) – Vocals
Joshua Jones (Poster Child) - Guitars
Rick Skatore (24-7 Spyz) - Bass
Joel Maitoza (24-7 Spyz, Shockhead, Seventrain) – Drums

Watch 'Rock Candy' video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlD9yzVTkco

For more information on The Frequency Conspiracy, please visit their official Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/thefrequencyconspiracy

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