Progressive rock and metal have always been the way forward for artists to exercise their full capabilities within their craft, which to me is always a great thing to achieve.
That leaves great news for Trytan fans. The group disbanded in the early ’90s, and now has reunited in July 2020 with a refreshed lineup consisting of Larry Dean (guitars, vocals & keyboards), former Barren Cross bassist Jim La Verde and Eric Gillette (drums).
They have almost completed a brand new album, 30 years since the release of Sylentiger in 1990, called Blood Of Kings, which will definitely keep us on the edge of our seats to see what their newest offering will bring.
Fans of Rush, Dream Theater, Kings X, Extreme & Triumph