Casey Sabol – DREAM TOUR

In this Dream Tour segment, the hard rock artist, Casey Sabol, reveals who he would want on his ultimate tour lineup.

Casey Sabol

In this Dream Tour segment, the hard rock artist, Casey Sabol, reveals who he would want on his ultimate tour lineup. You can check out their picks, after the break.

I’m Casey Sabol, currently based out of Los Angeles, and here are the 3 artists I would die to tour with one day!
Jorn Lande: Jorn has been my all-time favorite singer since high school. His voice has an unrivaled power and emotional depth to it, and his diverse songwriting styles span from the classic heavy metal sounds of Dio to the epic sensibilities of modern-day power metal. I’ve never had the opportunity to see him live in person, but as you would expect from any rabid fan I’ve spent countless hours on YouTube seeking out live bootleg videos of his performances. I really can’t say enough about the influence this man’s work has had on me as a singer and songwriter, and I pray to have the honor of meeting him one day…indeed I wouldn’t even know what to say to him if I did!
Kamelot: Kamelot has been another favorite of mine since I was young. They’re a symphonic power metal band whose theatrical aesthetic and world-building approach to lyricism creates a wildly immersive experience. They’ve been releasing excellent albums for decades and, to this day, show no signs of slowing down. As a huge power metal nerd, one thing I’ll admit is that the genre isn’t typically regarded highly for its lyrics, but Kamelot is one of the exceptions. Their lyrics stand on their own as masterfully eloquent contemplations on a broad range of human conditions. Their live show is as breathtaking and immersive as the experience they create with their musical and visual art.
Stam1na: Talk about energy, damn! I listen to this band nearly every day of my life, and yet I hardly even know how to describe their sound other than saying that they’re in a class all their own. From aggressive thrash textures to majestic soaring melodies and harmonies, they really manage to provide a comprehensive emotional catharsis for me. There’s always a song (or five) appropriate for whatever mood I’m in, and they have so much music out that it’s always an adventure to throw my Stam1na playlist on shuffle. Their newest album (“Taival”) is my favorite and is certainly the one I would recommend to newcomers. They’re absolutely devastating live, the instrumental playing is virtuosic and the singer is utterly feral. I’ve also watched enough behind-the-scenes footage and interviews of them to know that they seem like awesome, hilarious dudes with whom I would immediately hit it off.

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