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Frequency Conspiracy announces debut album “Quarantine Covers”



The Frequency Conspiracy – a project featuring members of Last in Line, Tyketto, 24-7 Spyz and others – confirmed the release of the debut album Quarantine blankets January 1 via Alliance Entertainment.

Led by 24-7 Spyz drummer Joel Maitoza, the LP features contributions from Andrew Freeman (Last in Line, Lynch Mob), Jamie Scott (Tyketto), John Gallagher (Raven), David Pasorius (Pat Travers) and many others. A promotional clip can be seen below.

The band released their covers of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” and Montrose’s “Rock Candy” last year, both of which appear on the LP. “The album features a handful of amazing musicians that I’ve wanted to work with over the years,” Maitoza said. “I feel blessed that everyone I have reached out to made my dream come true and I am delighted that everyone can finally listen to these songs.”

He explained last year that he was also working on an original music album. “The Frequency Conspiracy isn’t exactly a band, but a collaboration between myself and other musician friends I’ve always wanted to work with,” noted Maitoza. “When I write a song I hear the finished version with vocal melodies in my head… I am primarily a drummer and songwriter who can play a bit of guitar, bass and keyboards. I can’t sing very well or play a guitar solo to save my life, so I will have friends who will appear on many songs. “

“This project is very personal to me and close to my heart,” continued the rocker. “This is something I need to finish to move on to the next chapter in my career. If people like it, I will continue to write, create and record music. If not, I can at least say that I have accomplished what I had originally planned to accomplish. Anyway, I’m delighted to finally have the opportunity to share it with all of you.

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