According to Scarlet Records, Italian Symphonic metallers SOUND STORM have made available the lyric video for the song ‘Bloody Tears’, taken from their latest album ‘Immortalia’:
Sound Storm have also announced a full European tour with Therion, Arkona and The Devil. The band will be joined by David Folchitto (Stormlord) on drums and Lisy Stefanoni (Evenoire) on backing vocals due to the fact that the band’s own drummer Federico Brignolo and vocalist Ilaria Lucille De Santis will not be able to take part in the tour for personal reasons. The confirmed dates as follows:
06-12 Poland – Studio (Krakow)
07-12 Poland – Stodola (Warsaw)
08-12 Poland – Eter (Wroclaw)
10-12 Hungary – Club 22 (Budapest)
11-12 Austria – Szene (Vienna)
12-12 Czech Republic – Fleda (Brno)
13-12 Germany – F Haus (Jena)
14-12 Holland – Effenaar “Eindhoven Metal Meeting festival”
15-12 Switzerland – Le Docks (Lausanne)
17-12 Italy – RnR Arena (Romagnano Sesia)
18-12 Switzerland – Z7 (Pratteln)
19-12 France – Trabendo (Paris)
20-12 UK – Islington 02 Academy (London)
21-12 Holland – Harmonie (Leeuwarden)
22-12 Germany – Batschkapp (Frankfurt)
Over the years Sound Storm have developed a very personal blend of Heavy Metal mixed with a theatrical sense of drama, which was internationally recognised with the release of their critically acclaimed debut ‘Twilight Opera’. ‘Immortalia’ marks another important milestone for the band, mixing their wide range of influences in a piece of work perfectly balanced between powerful guitars, magnificent symphonic choirs, gothic atmospheres and baroque melodies, which is definitely worth listening to. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Metal House Studio by Ettore Rigotti (Disarmonia Mundi), ‘Immortalia’ is a stunning concept album on the quest for eternal life, an amazing journey through literature, poetry and history, a collection of songs linked together by the common theme of the immortality of the soul. The evocative artwork was handled by Felipe Machado Franco (Blind Guardian, Rhapsody Of Fire).
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Eindhoven Metal Meeting has issued that TIAMAT, ELVENKING featuring Martin Walkyier‘s SKYCLAD, BRUTAL TRUTH, IN SOLITUDE, THE ROTTED, CENTURIAN, ENTRAPMENT and SOUND STORM are the latest acts to have been confirmed for this year’s Eindhoven Metal Meeting festival set to take place December 12 – 14, 2013 at the Effenaar in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
Elvenking featuring Martin Walkyier’s Skyclad
The Monolith Deathcult
More bands will be announced soon.
For the very first time, the festival will last for three days instead of two days as there will be a Heavy Metal / Thrash Metal party on Thursday evening on the main stage. Tickets are available via the official website.
official website: http://www.eindhovenmetalmeeting.com
official facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/eindhovenmetalmeeting
ROCKSHOTS Music Management has issued that the Italian metallers SOUND STORM have premiered the official video clip of “Promises”, taken from the highly acclaimed album “IMMORTALIA” (Scarlet Records/Rubicon Music. 2012). Check it out below:
Make sure to catch SOUND STORM live on tour with THERION and ARKONA or on one of their shows next summer and fall (more to be announced soon!).
The whole album “IMMORTALIA” is available for digital download both on iTunes and Google Play, as well as in any other online and physical store and in streaming on Spotify.
SOUND STORM confirmed shows so far and European tour supporting THERION:
17 – 08 Rommelrock Fest – Limburg (BEL)
14 – 09 Into the Limelight Fest – Den Bosch (NL)
06 – 12 Studio – Krakow (POL)
07 – 12 Stodola – Warsaw (POL)
08 – 12 Eter – Wroclaw (POL)
10 – 12 Club 22 – Budapest (HUN)
11 – 12 Szene – Vienna (AUT)
12 – 12 Fleda – Brno (CZ)
13 – 12 FHaus – Jena (GER)
14 – 12 Effenaar – Eindhoven (NL)
15 – 12 Le Docks – Lausanne (CH)
17 – 12 RnR Arena – Romangnano Sesia (IT)
18 – 12 Z7 – Pratteln (CH)
19 – 12 Trabendo – Paris (FR)
20 – 12 Islington – London (UK)
21 – 12 Harmonie – Leeuwarden (NL)
22 – 12 Batschkapp – Frankfurt (GER)