A Light In The Dark


01. Sands Of Time | 02. Hear The Call | 03. Carry On | 04. We Come Alive | 05. A Light In The Dark | 06. Web Of Lies | 07. Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over | 08. Powerthrone | 09. Don’t Fear The Fire | 10. Love Into Hate

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The brand new album from Swedish melodic hard rock band Black Rose is called A Light In The Dark and contains 10 songs in the melodic hard rock/metal vein. It features the trademark sound of the group, built around recognizable distinctive riffs and melodic/catchy and powerful choruses. In fact, Black Rose have taken these calling cards and made them even more prominent on this release. The album covers a wide range of styles from song to song, from fast, hard driving tracks to mid-paced and heavier entries.

As with past releases, the Black Rose style of music has always stayed strong and constant, even though different music-trends have come and gone since the band began. A Light In The Darkshows the band in control and at the top of their game, 10 classic hard rock tracks delivered with an 80’s inspired metal sound.

The artwork for the album was created by Morgan Elswyse.

A Light In The Dark | Released on April 17th, 2018 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Sands Of Time | 02. Hear The Call | 03. Carry On | 04. We Come Alive | 05. A Light In The Dark | 06. Web Of Lies | 07. Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over | 08. Powerthrone | 09. Don’t Fear The Fire | 10. Love Into Hate

Produced by Black Rose. Mixed and mastered by Johan Gren at Studio Sensus. Guitars, bass and drums recorded by Peter Haga at Studio 51. Vocals recorded at Studio Cave by Pontus Ekwall. Songs written and arranged by Black Rose. Lyrics by Jakob “Jacke” Sandberg.

Black Rose are:
Jakob “Jacke” Sandberg – Vocals | Thomas Berg – Guitar | Peter Haga – Drums/Keyboards | Anders Haga – Bass

Band links: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick








    Dynamic, while also diverse in the way that they carve from all corners, Sweden’s latest proud export – amongst countless many – yield forth a disc that will be difficult to stop spinning for quite some time, but that’s what happens when they’re only this long …read more

  2. themedianman

    “Web of Lies,” dances along the pathway, slowly and subtly changing and bringing with it some intriguing melodies and pathways. “Ain’t Over Til It’s Over,” is an old school rocker that keeps things light and entertaining. “Powerthrone,” fast, brutal and simply heavy. “Don’t Fear the Fire,” is heavy, and dark. “Love Into Hate,” continues the good work with a searing fret display …read more

  3. vianocturna2000

    Mas, o que efetivamente conta, é que A Light In The Dark é um disco que cumpre na perfeição as regras estabelecidas, é muito catchy e apresenta fantásticas malhas …read more


    Il gruppo capitanato dai due Haga (Peter alla batteria/tastiere e Anders al basso) è protagonista di un album piacevole, melodico e grintoso in ugual misura, graffiante e raffinato quanto basta per soddisfare gli amanti dell’hard & heavy melodico e classico …read more


    Lyrically, musically, and vocally everything works. This is one of those albums that one will listen to over and over. The guitar solos alone will be listened to by many with great enthusiasm. The album as a whole will make one pay attention and will make one have a head banging time. Keep rocking BLACK ROSE! …read more


    Delivering hard hitting melodic hard rock, with a feel good party anthem vibe, the bands sixth studio album is a corker, and will have fans smiling from ear to ear …read more

  7. TheDirtyRoom

    A Light in the Dark is a huge welcome back for the band and with the resurgence of the 80’s music style that has been killing it around the world for the past 10 years, Black Rose will no doubt lead the pack and help carry the flag into the future. The album is a perfect 10/10!!! …read more


    Ending the album on a strong note is, Love Into Hate, it begins with a fast and hard drum pattern that carries the hard and fast guitar riff. With the vocals in this song, there’s a lot of wailing and screaming and when it’s not that, it’s kind of abrupt, fast-paced singing. This song isn’t the best on the album, but it serves its purpose of ending it on its signature classic metal sound …read more

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