Kryptonite is another one of those imaginary bands, created by Serafino at Frontiers Music and with producer/keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio at the steering wheel.
I can see how it starts with Serafino at his desk, writing down names he wants in a band and then telling them how he wants the album to sound like.
That´s why I have a hard time taking Kryptonite too seriously, these guys have their own original bands : Jakob Samuel - vocals (The Poodles), Michael Palace - guitars (Palace), Pontus Egberg - bass (Treat) and Robban Bäck - drums (Mustasch), where they should put their heart and passion into because I doubt you´ll see Kryptonite playing any festivals or head out on tour.
It´s not that it´s not a good album because fans of Talisman and the early era of Yngwie Malmsteen will probably find something on this album since it´s well performed, but to me it sounds too much like 4 guys caring more about getting the paycheck for another day at the office.
However, I guess we can look forward to Kryptonite 2 within a year because Serafino has his stable of songwriters just waiting to write more songs for all the Frontiers releases coming up. Am I the only one thinking it´s a dead end street for all concerned?