You have to admire Michael Ciravolo’s approach to making music. Rock music often doesn’t do itself any favours by sticking to some tried and tested templates and coming with a lot of unnecessary sonic baggage. But the way he steers Beauty In Chaos through the rocky attitudes of the past and out into deep, clearer waters is great. Not only has he long eschewed the idea of a fixed lineup in favour of a revolving door of the great and the good of all manner of rock and rock-related genres but now he brings us, Behind The Veil, an album comprised of all-female vocal contributions…

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