US Rock Phenomenon Tyler Gilbert Announces “Kill The Magic” Album
US critically acclaimed Rock artist Tyler Gilbert has inked a licensing deal with Wormholedeath for his new album “Kill The Magic”, which will be released on April 15th, 2022. Tyler Gilbert is currently on tour. For more info :www.tylergilbert.ca
Tyler Gilbert, speaking of the album, stated:“Kill The Magic” is a collection of ambient and rock songs written over the years of 2018 to now. The album kicks off with the message driven rock tune “Off My Feet” and moves along with the ambient soaring vocals in “Nothing Pt. 2”. It moves more into the rock genre with the imagery driven soft rock “Fallen Moon” and reaches its hard rock destination with the doom metal similar to Black Sabbath “Cultivate Madness”. This album marks the first full length since 2019’s “Underdog”. Overall it is a much softer album delving more into the ambient and cinematic realm. Like his last albums, “Kill the Magic” was produced by Justin Bender and himself and features musicians Mark Ennis, Aaron Edgar (Third Ion), Mike Young (Mother Mother), Rob Dakiniewich.
Tyler Gilbert is a rock recording artist and singer/songwriter based out of Montana. He began his career in 2008 and has since then released to date 4 albums and 2 EP’s with his upcoming album “Kill the Magic” to be released by Wormholedeath. Gilbert has toured all across Canada and USA, performing at festivals including; Ohio State Far, Burlington’s Sound of Music, Canadian Country Music Award Festival, World Women’s Curling Championship, May Run Music Fest, Winnipeg Fringe Fest, International Folk Alliance and the Canadian Western Agribition. His music receives regular airplay on CBC, Sirius XM and digital radio stations around the world.Winner of “Best Song from Solo Artist” in the 2020 Banger Music Awards and a 8-time nominee for the Jose Music Awards in Tennessee in 2020 and 2021. With dark tones, heavy guitar riffs and soaring vocals, his music is described as a blend of Alice In Chains, Ozzy Osbourne, City & Colour and Soundgarden.