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Crystal Ball

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Each country is well known for a certain style and taste. This is true also for Switzerland. In fact one thing is sure: Swiss like to rock! With acts like GOTTHARD, KROKUS and CRYSTAL BALL the Swiss scene is among the finest and healthier around.
CRYSTAL BALL have been rising to fame amongst the fans of hard and melodic sounds with their trademark mixture of melodic Hard Rock and Power Metal.

“TimeWalker” is their new release, the fifth full length in the band’s still brief yet intense history, and it includes many surprises. “TimeWalker” is a concept album with a journey through different historical events. Just listen to the opening track “Digital World”, possibly the heaviest track ever recorded by Crystal Ball, which starts the journey in our time. Musically there is a big variety of styles ranging from the mid-tempo hymns of “He Came To Change The World”, the majestic “Mozart Symphony” and the cheerful “Celebration”.
As on their previous release “Hellvetia”, Crystal Ball worked again with producer Stefan Kaufmann (ex-Accept, U.D.O.), who helped creating a dynamic and powerful sound.

The CRYSTAL BALL line up is as strong and tight as ever with long-time Keyboarder and guitarplayer Tom Graber being replaced by the German Connie Andreszka, who played his first show with CRYSTAL BALL in June. After the customary start as cover-band CRYSTAL BALL began to create their own sound by performing more than one hundred concerts in their first two years as a unit.

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