Hand on heart, how many out there is starting to think that all the “supergroup” projects is getting old? Like enough already? Well, I sure am. Don’t get me wrong, there are quite a few of them out there that are really good but enough is enough, kind of. Maybe this wasn’t the most positive way to start a review of an album but when I heard about the new project The Ferrymen – featuring lead singer Ronnie Romero (Lords Of Black, Rainbow), guitarist Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear, Free Fall, Allen-Lande) and drummer Mike Terrana (Yngwie Malmsteen, Axel Rudi Pell, Beau Nasty) – my first thought was ‘Oh dear, not another one of those…”. Nothing against the musicians, they’re all at the top of their game, it’s just that it is starting to become rough to separate them all. Still, there was something about this project that made me interested anyway, when I had gotten used to the thought of yet another supergroup coming our way. Ronnie Romero is a guy I’m very curious of – because of his Ritchie Blackmore connection, of course.