Gone are the days of Windows, Animation, and The Altar, all of which had a happy sort of lilt to them. "Crossing the Line" may not be the most original metal album around, but its sincerity and its uncompromising execution make this one of the more enjoyable heavy power metal records.
This is the third MVP album. MVP is logically Michael Vescera Project, where he is joined by a lot of famous people like Roland Grapow (Helloween), Mike Clashiak (Halford), Jim Bell (David Wayne's Metal Church) and many more. Vescera takes care that his vocals come out clear and strong. The many involved guitar players guarantee a melodic but also surprisingly heavy sound, which is emphasised by the gloomy cover artwork and song titles like Crucified, The Altar and On Our Way (To Hell).
1999's "Animation" was the second album from MVP (Mike Vescera Project). Vescera, of course, is best known as the singer from Obsession, and his stints with Loudness and Yngwie Malmsteen. He’s joined here by guitarists Roland Grapow (Masterplan, ex-Helloween), Roy Z (Halford, Bruce Dickinson) and Joe Stump (Reign of Terror).
"Windows" is the first studio album by MVP (Michael Vescera Project). This is a top melodic heavy metal disc with some prog/symphonic influences. This album is a great melodic metal/rock album that also dabbles in other styles, similar to the way a old Queen album would. The album is full of incredible vocals,harmonies,songwriting, musicianship… Interview: What about the Beatles cover on "Windows"? Michael Vescera: Strawberry Fields is something that's sort of an anthem for MVP. When I first did shows in the beginning of MVP we would do that version. The crowds would go absolutely crazy for it, so we decided to put on "Windows".