Voodoo Six are set to release their new studio album “Simulation Game” on Friday 16th October. Critical consensus is that they’ve raised themselves to another level with this release. The band have signed a deal with Explorer1 – a new Hollywood based full-service music company the band are ready to make their music resonate across the pond as well as in the UK, Europe and beyond. The first single from the album “Gone Forever” will be available to stream on all digital platforms from Friday 14th August and will be accompanied with an official lyric music video.
“Simulation Game” is the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2016 album “Make Way For The King.” Boasting the talent of new vocalist and front man Nik Taylor-Stoakes, “Simulation Game” features ten tracks produced and mixed by Tony Newton (Iron Maiden, British Lion, KK Downing, Airrace) and mastered by Ade Emsley (Iron Maiden, Steve Harris).
Iron Maiden founder and bassist Steve Harris commented, “I’ve been keeping an eye on Voodoo Six for a while now and they’ve produced a cracking new album with real promise. It’s great to support true British up-and-coming talent.” The new album was recorded and mixed at Harris’ Barnyard Studios.