MP3 Opus Bridge - Reforged
Dark rock and aggressive romantic are the best terms to describe the music Opus Bridge creates. The atmosphere flowing from each composition contains many popular influences which is then flavoured with their own unique styles. Mysterious, deep, moving
13 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Modern Rock, ROCK: Hard Rock
Opus Bridge - "The UK''s biggest emerging Rock Band"
On April the 20th, 2004, OPUS BRIDGE was formed. They took themselves away from performing live, in order to develop their sound and material that would suit them all and to become a recognised product for the music industry. When OPUS BRIDGE emerged into the live scene they took it by storm with their passionate and awe inspiring performances of their music, crowds being unable to take their attention away from the scene and physical representation of music before them.
"...There is a definite haunting nature to Opus Bridge and they draw and a huge range of influences spanning the last 20/30 years, mixing genres'', styles and moods in a heart-beat to get the desired effect on some of their tracks and just getting down and dirty for the others..." - Peter Humphries
"...A rock/metal band from Rochester, Opus Bridge have plenty of passion and belief in their music..." - BBC Website
"...If you like it both ways - Rock and Mellow music I mean - then Opus Bridge are the band for you. They prove that they can melt your heart and give you feelings of calm and safety but they can also shake you awake too with their ballsy rock. They know what the listener wants and gives it to them with a bang." - Emma Nixon, Gigs-Unlimited
"...Opus Bridge was the first local band I''d had trouble labelling, and there is only one other band I can''t label accurately (they haven''t performed with us yet). I was listening to the album and I''d think "That sounds a bit like Creed", "That could have been a Tool riff", "Mike Patton could have written that lyric"...but never consistently, and never exactly. Opus Bridge are innovators, in that they have taken what has gone before, shoved it in a blender, and then added some ingredients of their own!" - Brad Harmer of Rock n'' Rant
OPUS BRIDGE is currently signed to American record label, TwinRecords, and are still looking to increase their level of exposure and popularity, in showing the world what they are capable of and proving that they are in fact a group of musicians to take note of and support. Please visit the OPUS BRIDGE official website at:
Information on Fan Club membership can also be found here along with Downloads, Album release dates, interaction with other fans, links to affiliates, promoters and other bands, galleries of photographs and gig listings.
OPUS BRIDGE - The Line Up
Gabriel Wolf - Front Man/Vocals/Lyricist
Gabriel Wolf started to sing professionally in 2002 when his parents discovered that he had a rather unique vocal talent, and should further develop such skills within a band.
Often looking for opportunities to work on other projects he has been singing for a music production company called A.M.F., which allowed him to use a more subtle use of his singing with their compositions of ballads. Gabriel was approached to appear in a music video with Charlotte Church, sung many theatrical pieces, has done voice over work for computer games and is working on his own compositions in the electronic/dark wave music genre.
Recently, Gabriel has been taking vocal lessons with Andrew Jarrett, well known for his classical, theatrical training methods to develop his talents further into the music industry.
Gabriel Wolf possesses a presence that stands out strong against others within his ability to physically represent the music he performs, emotions striking hard into the minds of those who watch from the audience, and has also been approached for a modelling career on several occasions. His style and charisma is often difficult not to notice making him a perfect front man for a band such as OPUS BRIDGE.
Gabriel asked Tim Frudenberg to join him as the guitarist for OPUS BRIDGE. Shortly after the two created early compositions acoustically, they managed to locate Sean Rose who had been looking to join a band to suit his needs as he desired to develop as a rock drummer. Sean Rose is also a qualified drum tutor and has performed session work a few times for recording bands.
Once the three had rehearsed for the first time, it was evident that Sean was to remain as the drummer for Opus Bridge. Nick Power was contacted in order to consider becoming the bass player, known well across local jamming circuits and session musicians, Nick finalised the line up that is now OPUS BRIDGE.
OPUS BRIDGE - The Future
Support continues to strengthen as more and more listen and watch the continuing growth and development of OPUS BRIDGE, especially now since discovering their sound and people can now understand the importance of supporting such a collection of fine musicians and talent. The existing fans and many new ones are strong in their belief that OPUS BRIDGE are definitely worthy of working within the music industry professionally.
For more information about OPUS BRIDGE and to see and hear for yourselves the potential that exists there, please visit the website @
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* Listen to clips taken from the OPUS BRIDGE debut album ''Reforged''
* Check out the photograph galleries to see visuals of the band
* Download the videos available in the download section
* Keep updated on all up and coming gigs
REVIEW OF REFORGED by https://www.tradebit.comph
"Bursting out the traps of the Kent live music scene are Opus Bridge, 4 guys raring to get out there and pillage your aural senses with their unique blend of rock. The band consists of vocalist Gabriel Wolf, guitarist Tim Frudenberg, bassist Nick Power and the next big thing in drumming, Sean Rose. Their album, Reforged, is a limited edition release which is only available on their website, and is well worth logging on for. The album itself is a melting pot of emotions, all from Gabriel''s pen, flowing like breath, as touched on in Hard Surface Version, the second track on the album, and one of those songs that will be stuck in your head for weeks!
Overall, Opus Bridge manages to combine A Perfect Circle-esque melodies and at the same time, manages to be totally original and passionate, with lyrics that are always thought provoking, and at times, beautifully dark, giving us a glimpse in to a bona-fide tortured soul (let''s not compare them to certain bands, eh?). Songs such as the aforementioned Hard Surface Version, Shadow Settled Dust and Turned Cold all show how a brilliantly beautiful look at the despair one can feel can be turned into something you will hum absentmindedly, not realizing what you''re doing until you remember the words. Play the game is another emotional song, this time laced with loathing and self-despair at an ex. The perfect break up song, some might say. Other songs, such as Undead, show a sense of fun in Gabriel''s writing, with a very catchy melody and lyrics just begging to be sung loud in the shower.
The only complaint one could possibly have is that the album isn''t as commercial as the material that the record companies have been spoon-feeding Joe Public for years, but is instead, true, slightly gritty alternative rock music, and for this, I salute them."