Wednesday, July 6, 2022

A Ladder To the Sun with Chloe Trujillo & Rav Medic

Chloe Trujillo & Rav Medic release new siingle ‘A Ladder To the Sun’ on 1st June throuugh Golden Robot Records.

‘A Ladder To The Sun’ distinguishes itself from the heavier sound of Chloe Trujillo & Rav Medic’s first singles. The layering of multiple vocals, guitars and strings together create a wide atmospheric journey, while lyrically Trujillo takes you along on a journey of self-discovery & hope.

The single will be available here.

Born in Paris, France, Chloe Trujillo immersed herself in the art/music world from a young age. Her music is infused with anything from rap, metal, gypsy & blues. She first got her visa through performing in New York City cabarets & musical theatre. From there, she was invited to Los Angeles by Gail Zappa to record the Frank Zappa cover ‘The Torture Never Stops’ andhas since developed solo career.

She also happens to be the wife of Robert Trujillo of Metallica and Suicidal Tendencies fame.

The other half of this duo, is actually Mark Dalbeth. Originally from New Zealand, but moving to Australia where he started rock outfit Bellusira, they went on to release two notable albums and move to America briefly under management from Will Hunt (Evanescence). The band toured the USA a few times and had Koichi Fukuda from Static-X take over guitar duties. Once that project came to an end, Dalbeth decided to stay in America and continue his musical pursuit.

Both parties met in early 2021 when asked to be a part of the Global Green Charity Event held at the Troubadour in LA. After connecting online and having a mutual respect for each other’s music, Trujillo and Dalbeth decided to collaborate. The track ‘Lightning Strikes Twice’ was the result.

Feedback from the single was strong and they both enjoyed working together so much, that they decided to continue to work together under the banner Chloe Trujillo & Rav Medic.

They also previously released the Trujillo-written single ‘The Heaviest Sound Is Silence’ that explores ways to escape the daily madness and find inner calm. In a world of chaos and distraction, sometimes the hardest thing to find is peace and silence. A mellow sync pattern starts the track, before a low and heavy riff gets the song moving, with Trujillo’s vocals driving the melody. And also, ‘Mana’ that’s still available here and you can check out the video to ‘The Heaviest Sound Is Silence’ here at RAMzine.

Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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