Singer Graham Bonnet (ex- Rainbow, MSG, Alcatrazz, Impellitteri, Blackthorne) has been one creative dude the last few years. Not only has he been touring with his own Graham Bonnet Band and the Michael Schenker Fest, he has also released a double CD and a live album with GBB, released on July 7. Quite impressive for a soon to be 70-year-old guy when you think about the fact that it have been really quiet in Bonnet camp for years before that. Dario Mollo is another quite creative individual. The guy has made records with ex- Black Sabbath singer Tony Martin and three Voodoo Hill albums with Glenn Hughes (ex- Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Gary Moore, Black Country Communion, California Breed) and last year’s brilliant Rock The Cradle with his own outfit Crossbones. So, right out of the blue came the news that Mollo had put together a new project with Bonnet – and this is it. Labelled as EZoo, short for Electric Zoo, a name the pair used when they were touring together back in 2014. The couple recorded demos of a bunch of old Rainbow tunes but nothing more came out of that. Until now that is. So with Mollo’s Crossbones record in close memory and Bonnet’s great solo album, hopes were high for this album.