U.K. neo-prog supergroup Frost* was produced in 2004 by manufacturer/songwriter/keyboardist Jem Godfrey, better referred to as the person behind many U.K. pop strikes including Atomic Kitten’s 2001 number 1 smash “Entire Again.” Exhausting from the pop globe, Godfrey thought we would go back to his initial love, prog rock and roll, which he previously developed with and performed in his initial music group, Freefall. Doing work for six months by itself in his studio room, he crafted the foundation of an record, then contacted guitarist John Mitchell from the music group Kino to talk to if he’d play onto it. Mitchell decided, and presented Godfrey to bassist John Jowitt and drummer Andy Edwards from the music group IQ, who, along with Godfrey’s previous Freefall bandmate, guitarist John Boyes, would circular out the lineup. The music group agreed upon to German prog powerhouse InsideOut and released their debut record, Milliontown, in 2006, and they embarked on a short tour before splitting because of Godfrey’s raising workload. Mitchell after that joined the lately reactivated It Bites. Godfrey reconvened Frost* the next year, nevertheless, and began focus on a second record. Tests in Mass Charm premiered in 2008, with Declan Burke of Darwin’s Radio changing Boyes. The music group toured once again, with many lineup changes on the way. Edwards still left in 2008, was changed by Nick D’Virgilio of Spock’s Beard for this year’s 2009 tour, and finally by Steven Wilson’s drummer Craig Blundell; Jowitt still left in ’09 2009 to become changed by Level 42 bassist Nathan Ruler. In Apr 2011, the music group once more dissolved, but was revived simply five months afterwards when Godfrey announced he was focusing on another record. That record took five lengthy years to materialize. To tide supporters over, a live-in-the-studio Dvd movie, The Rockfield Documents, premiered in 2013. Frost*’s third recording, entitled Falling Satellites, was planned for release in-may 2016. It discovered Godfrey co-writing with Mitchell for the very first time, and presented a visitor appearance by acoustic guitar god Joe Satriani.