LEIGH-BASED rockers Elias T Hoth’s new album ‘Wrath Widower’ sky rocketed across the globe and gained a gold disc accolade for amazing World Wide top selling sales.
The album was only released at the beginning of January this year and has already become a big hitter on the cdbaby website, with the new album competing against many well established bands who also tout their original music on the cdbaby site.
Front man, singer song writer Elias, said: “The whole band has been totally committed and put a tremendous amount of hard work into the album. We are all so very proud of the recognition cdbaby.com has brought the album and indeed the band.”
The 10 track high octane block buster ‘Wrath Widower’ album delivers almost an hour of extremely powerful hard rockin and blues based original material and audiences are reacting and responding to the new songs with world wide sales clearly reflecting the albums popularity.
Engineered and produced by Glenn Phillips at GPS Studio near Bolton, the album comes off the back of the band’s previous highly acclaimed 2008 album ‘Let Sleepin Demons Lie’, which also again proved to be a winner with the bands loyal world wide audiences.
It’s been nearly five years since Elias T Hoth made ‘Demons, and during this period despite personal family tragedies, including the death of his wife in 2011, Elias has had to dig deep to write and produce what is truly an amazing original second studio album.
The Elias T Hoth Wrath Widower album preview night was held at Eastleigh club on Friday March 15 (check out www.eliasthoth.com to sample).
And the consensus is that the band is definitely better, certainly heavier, grittier and edgier in the live arena!
Around 130 people attended the event and the opening track entitled “Lock ‘N’ Load” proved to be the album’s single.
All 10 songs previewed on the night captured on sound and film for a new live DVD and CD to be released later in the year.
Elias T Hoth live delivers lashings of power, energy, quality, talent and originality with its unique rock music. Don’t miss ‘em!