“An honest and true South African rock album” – Albert Frost
Renowned South African guitarist and singer Albert Frost releases his new album Sacred Sound today. The album which sees Albert returning to his heavier rock roots is packed with riff driven rock anthems, reflecting the trials and tribulations he has gone through since recording began back in 2019 with producer Theo Crous, from not being able to gig due to lockdown to cutting the tendon on right hand which could have let to the end of his career. While there is an angrier edge to it, Albert maintains his bluesy afro-pop sensibilities throughout the album.
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For the past two decades the energetic performances of the SAMA award winner have captured audiences worldwide. Referred to as “the dark prince of South African blues” by Rolling Stone, Frost deftly alternates between rhythm and lead, showcasing his extraordinary skills on the acoustic and electric guitars. His first love is the Blues, stemming from the influence of his long relationship with the Blues Broers, a well-known and respected group from Cape Town with whom he has performed since 1994 at the age of 17.
In 2000 Frost became one of the first Fender endorsees in South Africa and has been linked with the brand ever since. April 2016 saw the release of his much anticipated third solo album, The Wake Up The album won BEST ROCK ALBUM at the 2017 SOUTH AFRICAN MUSIC AWARDS After a very successful 2017 Klein Karoo National Arts Festival, Frost was nominated for a Kanna award as well as a kykNETFiëstas 2018 for the Best Music Production for the two shows: with Loki Rothman (The Acoustic Guitar) and with Zolani Mahola (Rok en Rol.)
Over the years Albert has supported and toured with the likes of Simple Minds, REM Ali Farka Touré and the Rolling Stones as well as performing at respected festivals like Oppikoppi, The Ilse Of Wight and Hard Rock Calling.
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