Thursday, April 6, 2017

CD Review: Through Fire Deliver Deluxe Version Of "Breathe" & Celtic/Punk Band The O'Reillys And The Paddyhats Show The "Sign Of The Fighter"

Right from the heart of the U.S. comes the new deluxe version of the debut release from hard rock band Through Fire. Their new album titled "Breathe" was originally released last summer as they gathered a huge following of fans as they hit the road with hard rock vets OTEP.  Now, they are re-releasing the album with extra bonus tracks and it will be released for the first time on vinyl on April 7th.

The original 11-song album gets beefed up with acoustic versions of their hit singles "Stronger" and "Breathe." On these new versions, you are able to really get into the lyrics and the story behind the songs. The new deluxe version of the album also includes the full, extended version of their hit singles. Both songs carry that strong, hard rock vibe, with a little extra boost of energy. Through Fire are hitting the road again, beginning April 8. They will also be performing at "Rocketfest" in May and "Summerfest" in Alaska in June. For a complete list of tour dates and to find out more about the new deluxe edition of their album "Breathe," please visit

From Germany comes the Celtic rock/punk band The O'Reillys & The Paddyhats with their new studio album "Sign Of The Fighter." It was recorded at Germany's famous Principal Studios and will be released in the U.S. on April 14th through Metalville Records. The new 13-song release opens with the swift, sing-along of the title song and the momentum begins to move you. They tell the tale of the German/Irish travelers with the fun, addictive quick-pace of "Come On Board." They keep the energy flowing with the Celtic folk/rock of "In Chains" and "Irish Way" as their music combines the world of Celtic storytelling with the energy of punk to give their sound a shot of adrenaline. Their new album wraps up with their theme song, "Paddyhats" and a Celtic cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Boxer." To find out more about The O'Reillys & The Paddyhats, please visit

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