Jorn: Over The Horizon Radar-2022.

Jorn:Heavy Proggressive Metal from Norway.


All for You / Faces / Out to Every NationSplit2004 
Out to Every NationFull-length2004
The DukeFull-length2006
Unlocking the PastFull-length2007
The GatheringCompilation2007 
Live in AmericaLive album2007 
Lonely Are the BraveFull-length2008
Live in AmericaVideo2009 
Spirit BlackFull-length2009
Live in BlackLive album2011 
Bring Heavy Rock to the LandSingle2012 
Bring Heavy Rock to the LandFull-length2012
Heavy Rock RadioFull-length2016
Life on Death RoadFull-length2017
50 Years on Earth: The Anniversary Box SetBoxed set2018 
Live on Death RoadLive album2019 
Heavy Rock Radio II – Executing the ClassicsFull-length2020 
Faith Bloody FaithSingle2021 
Over the Horizon RadarFull-length2022


Jørn LandeVocals (2000-present)
See also: Avantasia (live), ex-Allen – Lande, ex-Mundanus Imperium, ex-Holter, ex-Masterplan, ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen (live), ex-Ark, ex-Beyond Twilight, ex-Millenium, ex-Brazen Abbot, ex-Nikolo Kotzev’s Nostradamus, ex-The Snakes, ex-Vagabond
Tore MorenGuitars (2001-2003, 2005-2012, 2021-present)
See also: ex-Carnivora, Tore St. Moren, ex-Arcturus, ex-Exorcism, ex-Skitliv, ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Rain, ex-Street Legal
Francesco JovinoDrums (2017-2018, 2021-present)
See also: David Reece, Vanishing Signs, Voodoo Circle, ex-Edge of Forever, ex-Primal Fear, ex-Sinner, ex-Sunstorm, ex-U.D.O., ex-Hardline
Alessandro Del VecchioKeyboards (2017-present)
See also: Chalice of SinEdge of ForeverEleventh HourFaithsedgeLevel 10Silent ForceSunstormThe GrandmasterVerde LauroDragon’s Cave (live), Brunorock, Hardline, Kraemer, Lionville, Lovekillers, Mayank, Moonstone Project, The Big Deal, Voodoo Circle, ex-Eden’s Curse, ex-Fury n Grace, ex-Axe, ex-Frontiers All Stars, ex-Glenn Hughes (live)
Nik MazzucconiBass (2021-present)
See also: Edge of ForeverLabÿrinthSunstorm, ex-Aleph
Adrian SBGuitars (2021-present)
See also: Føss, ex-Fuzz Generation

Past Members:

Thomas BekkevoldBass
See also: ex-Wild Willy’s Gang
John MacalusoDrums (2000-2001)
See also: ArtlanticaChris Caffery (live), Stygia, ex-13 Candles, ex-Ark, ex-MCM, ex-Stone Leaders, ex-John Macaluso & Union Radio, ex-Masterlast, ex-Unwritten Pages, ex-Alex Masi, ex-Antonello Giliberto, ex-Holy Mother, ex-HolyHell, ex-Labÿrinth, ex-Mastercastle, ex-Mistheria, ex-Powermad, ex-Riot V, ex-TNT, ex-Vitalij Kuprij, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen, ex-Symphony X (live), ex-Fool’s Game, ex-Mullmuzzler, ex-George Lynch, ex-Indigo Dying, ex-Lynch Mob, ex-Starbreaker
Dag StokkeKeyboards (2000-2001)
(R.I.P. 2011) See also: ex-TNT, ex-Bad Habitz, ex-Ronni Le Tekrø, ex-Rypdal & Tekrö, ex-Vagabond
Sid RingsbyBass (2001-2003, 2008)
See also: ex-Road, ex-TNT, ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Diesel, ex-The Snakes, ex-Tindrum
Stian KristoffersenDrums (2003-2005)
See also: ChastainPagan’s MindTrivial Act, ex-Kinrick, ex-Dimension F3H, ex-Firewind, ex-Silverspoon
Magnus RosénBass (2004-2005)
See also: BleckhornShadowsideTony MartinPlanet Alliance, ex-Keegan, ex-Revolution Renaissance, ex-X-World/5, Magnus Rosén, ex-Avalanch, ex-HammerFall, ex-Geisha, ex-Fullforce, ex-Billionaires Boys Club, ex-Von Rosen
Jørn Viggo LofstadGuitars (2004-2008)
See also: Pagan’s Mind, ex-Beautiful Sin, Northward
Morty BlackBass (2005-2008)
See also: Åge Aleksandersen Og Sambandet, Rypdal & Tekrö And The Daredevils, URO (Ulf Risnes Orkester), ex-TNT, ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Grand Lux, ex-1 2 3, ex-Bad Habitz, ex-Blackmail, ex-Gil Edwards & The Lovejokers, ex-Ken Hensley & The Viking All Stars, ex-Kjetil By, ex-Lennart Gribb Band, ex-Music Machine, ex-Panic, ex-Pioneers, ex-Rocky, ex-Ronni Le Tekrø, ex-Spice, ex-Stargazer, ex-Sunny, ex-Terje Tysland, ex-Vagabond
Willy BendiksenDrums (2005-2013)
See also: Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Road, ex-Bad Habitz, ex-Blonde On Blonde, ex-Flax, ex-Høst, ex-Perfect Crime, ex-St. Helena, ex-The Snakes
Nic AngileriBass (2008-2012)
See also: The Kreoles, Vanishing Signs, Vomitors, ex-Exorcism, ex-Tower of Babel, ex-Royal Air Force, ex-Alto Voltaggio
Igor GianolaGuitars (2008-2009)
See also: CoreLeoni, ex-U.D.O., ex-Wild Willy’s Gang, ex-Ain’t Dead Yet, ex-Arrakis, ex-Gotthard (live)
Tor Erik MyhreGuitars (2009-2011)
Jimmy IversenGuitars (2009-2012)
See also: ex-Road, Jimmy The Fox, ex-Bad Habitz, ex-Blonde On Blonde, ex-Perfect Crime, ex-Unit Five, ex-You
Bernt JansenBass (2012-?)
See also: ArtchHolter, Baby Snakes, Wig Wam
Trond HolterGuitars (lead) (2012-?)
See also: Holter, Baby Snakes, Wig Wam, ex-Dream Police, ex-Ole I’Dole
Christian SvendsenDrums (2014-?)
See also: Beaten to DeathDoedsvangrGrimfist, ex-The Cumshots, ex-Tyrann, Anton Ruud i Terapi, Gothminister, Inglow, ex-Nattverd, ex-Sturmgeist, ex-Tsjuder, ex-Umoral, ex-Black Comedy, ex-Big Muff 68, ex-Caliban Allstars, ex-Kion, ex-Krohn & Co, ex-The Caliban Sessions, ex-The Dogs
Mat SinnerBass (2017-?)
See also: Goddess ShivaKiske / SomervilleLevel 10Primal FearSilent ForceSinnerMat Sinner, Voodoo Circle, ex-Scheepers (live), ex-Cans
Alex BeyrodtGuitars (2017-?)
See also: Level 10Primal FearSilent ForceMat Sinner, ex-Missa Mercuria, ex-The Sygnet, ex-Wild Axes, Voodoo Circle, ex-Sinner, ex-Princess
Beata PolakDrums (2018-?)
See also: o. Jakub Waszkowiak & Beata PolakWolf Spider, ex-Infinity, 2Tm2,3, ex-Armia, ex-Arka Noego, ex-Sweet Noise, ex-Syndicate
1.Over the Horizon Radar05:23 
2.Dead London 
3.My Rock and Roll 
4.One Man War05:58 
5.Black Phoenix 
6.Special Edition 
7.Ode to the Black Nightshade 
8.Winds of Home 
9.In the Dirt 
11.Faith Bloody Faith (extended album version) 

One thought on “Jorn: Over The Horizon Radar-2022.

  1. Jorn Lande – Over The Horizon Radar

    Melodic Heavy Metal Rock

    Frontiers Music
    Words: Craig Hartranft

    Is it just me: but when did Norwegian vocalist Jorn Lande evolving into looking like a heavy metal Kenny Rogers? Must be the gray hair. All kidding aside. Jorn Lande has established himself as one of the premiere heavy rock vocalists from the European theater. Admittedly inspired by the iconic and fabulous Ronnie James Dio, Jorn has been dropping solo albums since 2000. (Those aside from his past work with Master plan and Allen/Lande, among others. Mr Lande has also dropped several cover albums: two that get the Jorn heavy rock treatment and one, Dio, a tribute to his mentor.

    Now, Jorn returns with his first solo album of original music since 2017’s Life On Death Road. Once more, Over The Horizon Radar also a tour-de-force of Jorn’s signature hybrid blend of heavy rock and metal. Which means you can expect tough riffs, epic guitar solos, booming rhythm section, and Jorn’s strong, gritty, sometimes whisky-soaked vocals. Then he has the presence of mind to wrap these things up in melody and groove and hefty refrains. Essentially, Over The Horizon Radar is simply Jorn being Jorn (with the help of some talented Norwegian and intertnational musicians.

    Considering the songs within, as usual with most Jorn albums, I find it a mixed bag of likes. Don’t get me wrong here: Jorn does not disappoint. I simply find some songs more intriguing then others. Here’s some of my favorites: the more intricate One Man War, the rhythmic (and dig that groove) Black Phoenix, and the heavy steady anthemic Ode To The Black Nightshade. The bonus track, the extended re-recording of Faith Bloody Faith is pretty epic, too. Other songs, though viable in and of themselves, seemed desperately heavy or meandering such as Dead London or Believer respectively. Nevertheless, Over The Horizon Radar finds established and legendary vocalist Jorn Lande in fine form offering fans another fine album of his signature melodic heavy rock. Recommended.


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