Italian progressive metal band, LAST UNION feat. as guest DREAM THEATER vocalist James LaBrie have released a new music video and single for ‘Taken’. The track is taken from their debut album ‘Twelve‘, which also features Mike LePond (SYMPHONY X) on bass, Uli Kusch (HELLOWEENMASTERPLAN) on drums, will be releaed on December 21, 2018 through ROAR! Rock Of Angels Records. The video can be viewed here:

Video Director, DOP: Alessandro Scattolini (www.alessandroscattolinistudio.com), Video Editing: Marco Borsella

Taken was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios (www.fascinationstreet.se)
Recorded by Manuele Pesaresi at Dyne Engine Studio (www.dyneenginestudio.com)
James LaBrie Vocals recorded by Richard Chycki at Richard Chycki Studio (www.richardchycki.com)
Elisa‘s vocal production and recording by Enrico Tiberi at Lullaby Studios

The effort was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren, best known for his work with ARCH ENEMYSYMPHONY XDEVIN TOWNSENDANGRA and OPETH, to name a few.

Track List:

1. Most Beautiful Day
2. President Evil (Feat. James LaBrie)
3. Hardest Way
4. Purple Angels
5. The Best Of Magic
6. Taken (Feat. James LaBrie) – Radio Edit
7. 18 Euphoria
8. A Place In Heaven (Feat. James LaBrie)
9. Ghostwriter
10. Limousine
11. Back In The Shadow
12. Taken (Feat. James LaBrie)
13. President Evil (Feat. James LaBrie) – Video Version

The album artwork was made by Thomas Ewerhard (Avantasia, Rage, Threshold).

The album can be pre-ordered here:

http://bit.ly/last-twelve-roar
http://bit.ly/last-twelve-mm

The quiet city of Tolentino in the Marche region of Central Italy not only boasts a rich historical background, it is also the place progressive metal band LAST UNION calls home. Founded by vocalist Elisa Scarpeccio, guitarist Cristiano Tiberi and keyboardist Claudio Feliziani in 2007, the band — originally known as BLAZING ICE — embarked on their journey in the pursuit of sharing their thoughts and feelings about life, and ultimately their art, with the world. With the assistance of professional session bassists and drummers, the trio established themselves on the Italian scene with a string of shows that helped them evolve and refine their craft. Over the course of 20 shows, LAST UNION presented songs that would eventually make the final cut for their debut album.

Strong and positive reactions to their music spurred Scarpeccio and Tiberi on to take the first of many bold steps. The first was to reach out to Kusch, who, after hearing the music, expressed interest in joining the band as a full member rather than just a touring drummer. A similar scenario played out with LePond and LAST UNION was officially born. The icing on the cake, however, was getting LaBrie to sing on three tracks.