SYMPHONITY – King of Persia (November 18, 2016)

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Symphonity

The origins of SYMPHONITY can be traced back to 1994 through various lineup adjustments and name changes.

Until now the Czech Republic hasn’t exactly been in the spotlight of the international Heavy Metal Scene. But with the expansion of the European Union towards the east, more and more bands from those countries will find it easier to establish themselves. One of the first ones to tick all the boxes of becoming a potentially great name in the classical Symphonic Metal scene is SYMPHONITY. (from official website)

King Of Persia contains all the ingredients that fans of Sonata Arctica, Stratovarius, Rhapsody and Thunderstone expect from a high-quality album: a build-up of broad choruses, voluminous melodies, galloping guitar attacks as well as neo-progged 6-string inserts. Add to that the vocals of Olaf Hayer (AINA, Luca Turilli…) and Herbie Langhans (Avantasia), which will send shivers down the spine of voice freaks, and the result is a ‘Must Have’ album for fans of Melodic Heavy Metal in 2016. (from Amazon)

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  1. King Of Persia
  2. The Choice
  3. In The Name Of God
  4. Flying
  5. A Farewell That Wasn’t Meant To Be
  6. Children Of The Night
  7. Siren Call
  8. Live To Tell The Tale
  9. Unwelcome
  10. Out Of This World

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