Christopher Lee Compton is no stranger to the Gothic Rock movement. Writing and performing for more than two decades, the time has come to be heard again.
"Valentine and Other Stories of Hope" took it's first breath in late 2009 with the mournful "Valentine".
As "Valentine" neared completion, an overwhelming desire to continue was born. This painful, dark and, at times, hauntingly beautiful compilation of tracks is the fruit of that desire.
Neufutur Magazine says "Frostbite's approach on Valentine and Other Stories of Hope builds off of the early work of acts like SoM, 45 Grave, and even flirts with ambient and darkwave music. Where there is a desire for many goth-related acts to be pigeonholed into a specific genre classification, what Frostbite does on Valentine is unite these previously disparate strains."
The dark inspirations that find their way into Christopher Lee Compton's songwriting ensure that Frostbite will turn heads in gothic rock, metal and industrial communities worldwide.