where classical and metal music meets together, an experiment that will open the minds of listeners who can (re)discover the classic music in a different key
There’s an Italian band called Belladonna (not to be confused with the singer of Anthrax or the Stevie Nicks album or the drug) that have melded orchestrated music with a rock sound without either overpowering the other.
Fleshgod Apocalypse left the stage with no worry nor fear. It was an incredible performance, one where any fan could get lost in their music
Well, it won’t be released in 2015 for sure. Hopefully in the middle of 2016, but we are still in the writing process. We’d like to enter the studio in beginning of the new year. But it’s work in progress, and nothing is ready yet. We’ll see.
Interview with guitarist /producer on the eve of their showcase performance at The Borderline in London
The vocals are reminiscent of the death metal era of Napalm Death in the morrisound years mixed with the high-pitched vocal screams of the grindcore genre.
So ‘Countdown To Revenge’ is a solid work, the band slightly changes their music, it becomes less heavy but more symphonic, driven and melodic. This album should be recommended not only to all fans of Fabio Lione and Rhapsody of Fire but for those who like good mix of Progressive, Power and Symphonic Metal.
Any flaws to this record are very hard to point out, because everything is perfect. Perhaps a bit more originality is needed or more up-tempo parts (because I personally like fast music). So it could be considered as almost flawless work. “The Key” is fantastic awesome album. It is extraordinary when some unknown young musicians show such very high level on their debut CD. Definitely it is one of the best debut works I’ve ever heard.
Profusion, an Italian band whose name is a combination of the words “progressive” and “fusion”, have done some very interesting things with their second release, “Rewotower”, and have delivered an extremely satisfying, sometimes surprising progressive rock album, with more than its share of twists.