Metal Guitar Virtuoso LAWRENCE WALLACE Releases "Journey Through Time" Saturday January 30 2021, 2:57 PM
Metal Guitar Virtuoso LAWRENCE WALLACE Releases "Journey Through Time"

Guitar virtuoso Lawrence Wallace has released his newest full-length album, Journey Through Time. The album features 9 tracks of high-octane instrumental shred metal in the vein of Yngwie Malmsteen and early Jason Becker.

Journey Through Time is now available exclusively through Bandcamp. Stream and download the album at
Lawrence comments on Journey Through Time, “When I started writing songs for this album I had sort of a mystical theme for it in mind, but decided to steer it into an album that focuses primarily on guitar tricks and shredding. And why not showcase that side of my playing? It is, after all, an instrumental record. I wanted to keep the energy of the music high, but with add a couple slower songs as well. Overall, I was aiming for a Michael Angelo-Batio tone with a Paul Gilbert/Dragonforce playing style.”
"Lawrence Wallace delivers an album to make all the guitar nerds fawn over..." - Skull Fracturing Metal

Journey Through Time Track Listing:
Visions of a New World
Haunted Cemetery
Escaping the Abyss
War in Heaven
Palace in the Sky
Journey Through Time
Graveyard Storm

Lawrence Wallace is a guitar and music virtuoso from the Philadelphia PA area. He started playing at the age of 16 and has studied under Shrapnel recording artist Greg Howe. His playing is heavily influenced by celebrated shredders like Yngwie Malmsteen and Paul Gilbert. Lawrence has been in several bands, such as Shadows in The Crypt, Serpent ov Old, Infernal Opera, Chasing Squirrels and others.
Lawrence has written well over 150 songs, including vocal and instrumental tracks, as well as soundtracks and various short clips for promo events. A creative and gifted shredder, Lawrence takes the art of instrumental guitar to the next level by incorporating a mystical, visual element into his music. 

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