The Voice of the Cult is the fourth studio album by heavy metal band Chastain, released in 1988 through Leviathan Records. Generally acknowledged by the American and European rock press as the most prolific musician in heavy metal today, lead guitarist David T. Chastain is justifiably proud of The Voice Of The Cult, the fourth album by his band Chastain. Marking a progression in his music, the group's leader feels this Cd "Is more upbeat, and demonstrates a positive feel.
The young daughter of a US Senator is drawn into a hippie "free love" cult called "The Children of Light" by the blond boyfriend of the cult's leader, a mysterious and beautiful Asian woman. The cult turns out to be not quite the "free" love community it presents itself to be.
Zero Cult, venerable craftsman of futuristic chill, has graced Cosmicleaf Records with his latest album, “Closer Than Ever”. Razor-sharp sound engineering with soul and musicality. The tracklist covers a large spectrum of chilled-out vibes, exploring them with an exquisite sens of balance. Deep grooves, hopeful melodies and motivating beats full of detail keep you grounded and awake. Sharp synthlines and instrumental elements spice up the mix like only Zero Cult can. Chillers' paradise is indeed…closer than ever. Oh and lookout for the last track for some dancefloor magic.