“'Adam James Wakeling, composer and multi-instrumentalist, is a newcomer to prog rock circles and has a style and sound all his own. Originally hailing from Romford in Essex, he now resides in the wilds of Suffolk. Wrath of the Titans was written and produced by Adam in his studio in Suffolk, where he also played all of the instruments on the album.
With influences like Queen, Metallica and Jeff Wayne (War of the Worlds), as well as Beethoven and Handel, this album promises to deliver some atmospheric, melodic hard rock of epic proportions, so the listener is in for a treat.
The only way to describe this album is an adrenaline fuelled rollercoaster ride of hard rock fused with classical orchestration, which will have you driving fast or playing air guitar like you never have done before!'”
Classic Rock Magazine
“Adam James Wakeling composes and performs his own music, mixing in numerous instruments into the same track. He is a one-man band, and the effect is interesting, and his music, which spans numerous genres, from meditation new age music to hard metal, also demonstrates significant influences from classical music. He is an Englishman, and lives in “the wilds of Suffolk,” where he has rusticated and draws inspiration now from his primitive English roots. What caught our ear was his study of Handel’s Sarabande in harpsichord and electric guitar (both played by Wakeling) (available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC-wWjgvKl0). It is worth a listen, incorporating distinctly modern and ancient methods through a jazz technique of interaction.”
Meadowlark Herald (United States)