THE ORDER “The Power Of Love” From Forthcoming Album “1986” – Stone’s Metal Pick Of The Day!

THE ORDER –  1986 is the fourth and new studio album from Switzerland’s old school Hard & Heavy Rock band known as: THE ORDER. 1986 will be released on July 27th, 2012, via Massacre Records. THE ORDER have toured Europe with the legendary likes of W.A.S.P., Primal Fear, Sinner, Y&T and SHAKRA.

Stone Says: I remember 1986 very well (okay, so there are some parts of 1986 that are a little foggy in my brain, um, yeah). What a year 1986 was for Hard Rock and Heavy Metal! THE ORDER couldn’t pick a better year from the legendary 80’s, as the title for their newest album. The 80’s and especially 1986 were… good Rockin’ times in my life! Whoa and hell yes. Ring that Metal bell for ’86 memories!

Take a listen below to their new single The Power Of Love, taken from their 1986 album. This song 100% ROCKS! THE ORDER has nailed it, delivering some high-octane and Hard Rockin’ vibes on this song! If you’re a 1980’s Hard Rock, Heavy Metal and Arena Rock loyalist, I’d practically guarantee that you’re gonna be buying this 1986 album from THE ORDER! Uh, no, this is not The Power Of Love song from Back To The Future. Sorry.

Now go ahead and crank up THE ORDER! Metal be thy name.


Gianni Pontillo – Vocals

Bruno Spring – Guitar

Andrej Abplanalp – Bass

Mauro Casciero – Drums

THE ORDER – 1986

Track Listing:

01. The Power Of Love

02. Long Live Rock ’n’ Roll

03. Generation White Line

04. Lonely Nights

05. Fire It Up

06. A Kiss Under The Rain

07. Damn Hot Chick

08. Heartbreaking Rebel Blood

09. Why Dreaming Hollywood

10. Stop Lying In The Name Of Love


(Source: Massacre Records)

1986 cover artwork by Jan Yrlund/Darkgrove Design.

For more info on THE ORDER, click on the link below!



2 Responses to “THE ORDER “The Power Of Love” From Forthcoming Album “1986” – Stone’s Metal Pick Of The Day!”

  1. Based on the track here, the album title definitely fits! There is a definite 80s metal sound here. Ah, 1986, that was the year I came to Britain. I also attended no fewer than 22 concerts that year and that doesn’t include seeing MASS at my local club in NJ. It was also the first time I encountered Jesus freaks at concerts and Combat records ruled, almost singlehandedly bringing thrash into the limelight. Yes, a great year!

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