Stormzone were formed initially as a studio project in 2004 by vocalist John 'Harv'Harbinson who was itching for a new creative outlet after a brief break from the rock industry. Harbinson had previously enjoyed success in bands such as No Sweat, Fastway, Sweet Savage and Den of Thieves (who enjoyed considerable and continuing success in the Japanese rock market). Harbinson immediately set about recruiting session musicians, which would lead to the recording and release of the debut Stormzone album, 'Caught In The Act', in 2007. In 2008, Stormzone were to play Firefest in Nottingham England but down a drummer at this point, Davy Bates (ex-Sweeet Savage) stepped in to save the day, which then led Bates into the bands ranks on a permanent basis.Following extensive live success in Europe, the band decided to record a new album in the vein of their evolving classic metal style. Having already caught the attention of rock industry producer/DJ Neil Kay, (famed for discovering Iron Maiden).