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[@solisia] Let’s know better the new singer of Italian Symphonic Progressive Metal bandSOLISIA Elie Syrelia. In this interview, Matteo talks with Elie about their second album “UniverSeason” - it that was out on 2012 via Scarlet Records - and about this release she states : ““Univereasons” is like a son”. Elie has met Andrea [Arcangeli - Solisia and DGM bassist] “in 2010 I met Andrea in Belgium during the PPM Fest […] we became good friends and in 2011(and) he told me about Solisia”. Also Elie is a vocal coach and her mission with her students is : “is “teach from the heart””.
(@tystnadenband) Finally I can publish this review and personally I cannot wait to sink my teeth into this awesome album. My friends Tystnaden are back, “after being silent for the last few years”, with “Anima”, their third album. The highlight’s album that Tony points out are “the duel vocals between Laura De Luca and keyboardist Giancarlo Guarrera” that “continue to be a high point for this band and they have never sounded better”. After this, what we can add? Well, ““Anima” is a kick-ass return”. Just a little update : the last news sees Giada Etro [singer for Croatian doom metallers Ashes You Leave] replacing TEMPORARILY Laura De Luca for the upcoming gigs.
(@hereticsdream) We have already talked yesterday about Italian/UK Gothic Progressive Metal band Heretic’s Dreamwith their “The Unexpected Move” debut album. Now, after some line up changes, the band is back with a single that according to Tony might be “the ground work for what could become a successful second album”. In fact we can perceive an improvement throughout their sound and as Tony states [“Chains of Bloods”] “represents a progression in the right direction”.
Another epic breakout, after Germany, we’re heading towards Italy with the Symphonic Progressive metal band SOLISIA. What impressed the most Tony about their second album “UniverSeason” was “their ability to be super melodic whilst still delivering intricately played hard charging metal songs”. In addition to this after some different lead singer that, during the years, alternated in the position, Solisia seems to have found its muse in Elie Syrelia and our reviewer isn’t afraid to state that “the addition of Elie may be just what this band needs to ascend to the next level in the realm of Symphonic metal”.
(@hereticsdream) Waiting for the single review of “Chains of Blood” we gladly give some space to this Italian Metal band based in UK. What we are proposing here is Heretic’s Dream 2012 debut album “The Unexpected Move” that according to Tony “showcases the experimental nature of the band”. “Fronted by the talented vocals of Francesca Di Ventura” - Tony recommend this band if you are into the “Gothic Metal with some progressive overtones”.
Let’s start with a curiosity about the title : “The explanation of this name is the release’s date: 10/10/10. It was a Sunday, an unusual day to release an album”. The Italian Industrial Metal DyNAbyte in 2011 has released thru WormHoleDeath - Dreamcell 11 their second album “2KX” and it’s a release multi-layered and “you’ll be overwhelmed by songs with a strong impact”. Add also the vocals “versatility of Cadaveria” and you’ll have an explosive mix of emotions - as Davide asserts “Sometimes there is the risk of being hypnotized or to be paralyzed by fear” or to “being overwhelmed by a chaos of sounds”.
And here we have another nice discovery from Italy, we’re talking about Circle Of Moebius debut EP “Elegy for a Broken Life” that currently in its ranks features the “two exceptional female singers” called Laura Prosperi and Eleonora Serafini. What Circle of Moebius is simply offering are “7-songs 31-minutes of conceptual metal à la Queensryche”. Despite Queensryche are “also counted among their influences are Pink Floyd and Queen”. According to Tony “Circle of Moebius has given us a worthwhile addition to the progressive metal genre”.
I admit that this release is ONLY for a fine (prog) palate, only for true connoisseur ‘cause we’re in front of a legendary Italian prog rock band that whose albums are now considered some rare and true musical gems. And we’re talking about”Saint Just” that it has “already released two albums back in the ’70s creating an unique mix, loved by Italian and foreign prog fans”. The reason of this comeback is to point at its leader - Jenny Sorrenti - that she “felt the need to go back to her roots and creating new music with her first musical project”. In “Prog Explosion” you’ll listen simply traditional Italian prog rock music and Luisa is not afraid to state that ““Prog Explosion” is one of the best examples of reunion; the real deal for all classic progrock lovers!”.