In the wake of Heir Apparent’s highly praised comeback last year with The View From Below, Norwegian Metallers Tomorrow’s Outlook have released a video where they pay homeage to the band with a cover of Crossing The Border, taken from the One Small Voice album. You can watch the clip below!
The tribute includes studio footage of Beast In Black singer Yannis Papadopoulos, mixed with live Heir Apparent footage from The Riviera club 1988 and Up The Hammers festival of 2016: The old nostalgic era meets the new and coming era featuring the extraordinary talent of singer Will Shaw.
The band says of this video:”thirty years ago Seattle’s Heir Apparent released their second opus, One Small Voice. The album, which is heavily influenced by the early works of Queensrÿche and Crimson Glory, is perceived as one of the best and among the most important Progressive Power Metal albums of all times. In the wake of Heir Apparent’s critical acclaimed comeback last year with The View From Below, we decided now would be the perfect occasion to release the cover we recorded back in 2015 with Beast In Black singer Yannis Papadopoulos. The track was mixed and mastered by Jim Morris at Morrisound Recording Studios (Crimson Glory, Savatage, Iced Earth, Death)”.
Tomorrow’s Outlook recently revealed the cover art for their third album, which is due in 2019. The album is called Black Waves, and the imagery was conceived by the band and realised by artist Rado Javor. The band will announce more info on the new album soon.