Italians Rhapsody Of Fire have entered the studio to begin recording their next album which is expected to be out in early 2016. The symphonic power metallers released Dark Wings Of Steel almost two years ago and have been working on new material for their next offering. While there is still a long wait ahead, below you can watch drummer Alex Holzwarth at work recording drum parts at the Echoes Studios in Trieste for the new Rhapsody Of Fire studio album.
Rhapsody Of Fire aren't wasting any time and are already working on the follow-up to Dark Wings Of Steel (2013). The power metal titans revealed today that some new material for the next studio album has been written and more songs will be written in the next few months. The band will enter the studio in March of 2015.
Rhapsody Of Fire are premiering a new video today, for the title track of their newest album Dark Wings Of Steel, the band's first album released under AFM Records (read what we think about it here). You can enjoy the video below.
Rhapsody Of Fire have just released their new studio album Dark Wings Of Steel in Europe but it will only be available on December 3rd in the US and December 25th in Japan. The album was produced by keyboardist Alex Staropoli, with all songs composed by Staropoli and Manuel Staropoli, with Roberto De Micheli. All lyrics were written by singer Fabio Lione. The effort features a full orchestra, a choir and real string instruments. You can listen to an almost seven-minute preview of all the songs that you find on the album below.
Italian symphonic epic metal masters Rhapsody Of Fire just premiered another song off their upcoming album Dark Wings Of Steel, which will hit the stores on November 22nd in Europe and December 3rd in North America via AFM Records, and will be the first without former guitarist Luca Turilli. The band, which already released for streaming the song "Silver Lake Of Tears", is now giving the fans the chance to enjoy "Rising From Tragic Flames".
The suspense is over. Rhapsody Of Fire have just premiered a brand new song from the new album Dark Wings Of Steel. The song is called "Silver Lake Of Tears" and you can stream it right here. Dark Wings Of Steel is the first album from the symphonic power heavyweights without former guitarist and songwriter Luca Turilli. What is the direction of the new album? You can get a first taste now.
After recently revealing its title and release date, then unveiling the album cover art and tracklist, Rhapsody Of Fire now uploaded an album trailer for the new opus entitled Dark Wings Of Steel. Today is the day folks. Check out the first new sounds right now and let us know your impressions.
After releasing the live album Live - From Chaos To Eternity, Italian symphonic power masters Rhapsody Of Fire announced, in July, their new studio album. Now the band revealed more details about what will be their 11th studio effort, the first without former guitarist and songwriter Luca Turilli.
Italian symphonic metal kings Rhapsody Of Fire have announced the release of Live - From Chaos To Eternity on May 3rd in Europe (USA: May 7th) under AFM Records. The live album will be available as 2-CD digipak and as limited 3-vinyl set. The material (a mixture of old classics and newer tracks) was recorded on the band's latest European tour (Spring 2012).
Italian symphonic/power metal band Rhapsody Of Fire will finally return to North America for their first ever USA/Canada headlining tour.
Keyboardist Alex Staropoli comments: "American and Canadian Rhapsody Of Fire fans have been waiting a long time for our return to North America. We've heard your demands and now it's finally a reality! Rhapsody Of Fire is stronger than ever and ready to bring to you the longest, biggest and best show we've ever done in the band's 15+ years history. We're also giving fans the opportunity to spend an incredible amount of personal time with us face-to-face in order to bring us very close to our fans in a very personal and meaningful way."
Rhapsody Of Fire have announced their first tour since the split with founding member Luca Turilli. These will be the first shows with new members Oliver Holzwarth (bass) and Roberto De Micheli (guitar).