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The Sunroad line up is:
Steph Honde (Hollywood Monsters, Scream Taker) - vocals, additional keyboards and guitars
Van Alexandre - lead guitars
JP Costa - rhythm guitars, vocals
Gui N Silva - bass guitars
Fred Mika - drums


There is no doubt about saying that the band from Goiás, Sunroad, is one of the most relevant names in the melodic Hard Rock/heavy metal scene in all of South America. After all, there are more than 20 years of career, eight albums released, concerts in various regions of Brazil and other countries in South America, some even alongside great names in world rock of all time such as Joe Lynn Turner, Mad Max, Doogie White, Petra, Stryper, L.A. Guns, Whitecross, Narnia, etc. Sunroad had to cancel several dates due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, including a tour he would do in various regions of Brazil alongside former Yngwie Malmsteen singer Mark Boals. But this unstoppable band (A road band), Sunroad was continuing the tour to promote its previous album 2019, Due this, in order to stay active during the pandemic period, the band decided to return to the studios and start the creative process of what is now their new and eighth studio album: “Walking The Hemispheres”. That album was nominated for the Dynamite Independent Music Award as one of the “Best Rock Albums of 2021”, And, soon after the band decided to start to work in one more album, named Sunesthesia (Sun + synesthesia pun) at early 2022, waiting for the tours to starts definitely. 

Sunesthesia has a very fine and sophisticated melodic hard n´heavy rock, which we could name influences os classic icons such UFO, Whitesnake, Michael Schenker Group to name a few. Artwork by Tristan Greatrex (UFO, MSG, Vinnie Moore, Lionheart, previous Sunroad live album and much more). And guests such the singers Ronnie Romero (MSG, Rainbow) and Carl Dixon (Coney Hatch, The Guess Who, April Wine), the keyboarder Michael T. Ross (Hardline, Lita Ford, Raiding Rock Vault tribute), the guitar player Rafael Milhomem (ex-Sunroad) and the bassist Ronnie Robson (Hollywood Monsters). 


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