10 Songs, 40 Minutes


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4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings
17 Ratings

Melodic Rock as it Should Be


Mili and SteelHeart are back in force! If you love melodic hard rock with powerful vocals and hard guitar riffs, this is for you! Mili Matijevik is one of the best vocalists alive in rock, and his voice is highlighted here in true Heavy style. FOUR STARS!

Wow factor

chunka love

Just happened to stumble upon the "you got me twisted" video a few days back and was surprised to see that they had released something since the early 90's.
Didn't realize it was from up coming album.
Loved the song so decided to preorder the album, both songs that have been released are awesome..!!
Like them so much I purchased their first two albums which I had owned on cassette tapes at one time.
Dude has an amazing voice.
After watching a few YouTube videos from him he seems to be in a good place.
Nice to see someone actually having fun...don't see much of that in today's music.

Best album yet!!!!!!!!

Stuck in 80's

I haven't seen an album I've like this well since the beginning of their careers way back when mil is back man I've missed him!!!!!! Buy this it's the best power ballads hard rock and those high notes he can still hit em outta the park!

About Steelheart

Hailing from Norwalk, Connecticut, Steelheart were one of the last pop-metal bands in the late-'80s to score a hit with a power ballad, just before Nirvana and their ilk exterminated the genre completely. Originally called Red Alert, the quartet (which included Croatian singer Michael Matijevic, guitarist Chris Risola, bassist James Ward, and drummer Frank Dicostanzo) spent most of the 1980s playing the tri-state area and honing an energetic act. After years of hard work, the bandmates headed west to Los Angeles, signed with MCA Records, and changed their name to Steelheart.

In 1991, Steelheart released their self-titled debut, most notable for its octave-spanning vocals and a pair of hit power ballads: "Never Let You Go," which reached number 14 on the Billboard singles chart; and "She's Gone," which fared well internationally. The band quickly began work on its sophomore effort, Tangled in Reins, which was released a year later. But tragedy was lurking just around the corner -- at a Halloween show opening for Slaughter at McNichol's Arena in Denver, Colorado, Matijevic was struck in the head by a lighting truss, knocking him to the ground face first and injuring his skull, jaw, nose, and spine. The country's musical climate changed dramatically during Matijevic's recovery, resulting in the band going on an indefinite hiatus.

In 1996 Matijevic put together an all new lineup of the group and released the LP Wait. The album featured the single "We All Die Young," which went on to make an appearance in the 2001 musical comedy-drama Rock Star, with Matijevic providing the singing voice for Mark Wahlberg's character in the movie. Good 2B Alive arrived in 2008, and in 2017 the band issued its fifth full-length outing, Through Worlds of Stardust. ~ Greg Prato

Norwalk, CT