Visionatica - New Album On The Way, Share First Single


German symphonic metal artists Visionatica announce the official release of their sophomore album Enigma Fire. The album will see the light on July 12th, 2019 via Italian label Frontiers Music Srl. It was produced and recorded by Visionatica & Timon Seidl at Red Audio Studio, mixed and mastered by Olaf Reitmeier at Gate Studio. Along other details (cover artwork and tracklist), the band also share first single and music video "The Pharoah".

"We had a clear goal in mind and wanted to breathe life into the new album," says singer Tamara Amedov. "It has more fire and the oriental Balkan influences also spice it up. All of us in the band have learned a lot since our debut and developed our musical skills considerably. The new album is epic and dark!"

"As I am half Macedonian and I am currently engaged in genealogy, I wanted to add this special Balkan sound to our songs," concludes Tamara. "I am proud of my southern origin and want to integrate this special kind of music into future songs. This is also one of our Visionatica trademarks."




Label comments: "Their sophomore album, Enigma Fire will prove that Visionatica are not simply resting on their laurels as they are fully prepared and intent on taking things to the next level. Get ready for bombastic orchestral arrangements paired with stunning fretwork and new musical influences coming from outside of the box, which will take the listener on a sonic journey they'll want to experience over and over."

Enigma Fire track listing:

01. Amari Sudbina Kali (Intro)
02. The Pharaoh
03. Fear
04. Roxana, The Great
05. Dance Of Fire
06. To The Fallen Roma
07. Incomplete
08. Secrets Of The Ancestors
09. Rise From The Ashes




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Visionatica
 
Posted: 23.04.2019 by Bad English


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23.04.2019 - 17:42
WorpeX
Never heard of this band before. Song seemed well written but the vocalist seems poor. Maybe its just this song and the feel they were going for with it but she isn't very expressive at all. She sings the same note for most of the song and it sounds pretty monotonous. Even the few moments where she does try to add some color in feel like they're forced and not natural.
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23.04.2019 - 18:05
FYA
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Written by WorpeX on 23.04.2019 at 17:42

Never heard of this band before. Song seemed well written but the vocalist seems poor. Maybe its just this song and the feel they were going for with it but she isn't very expressive at all. She sings the same note for most of the song and it sounds pretty monotonous. Even the few moments where she does try to add some color in feel like they're forced and not natural.


Do you have the same feeling about how 'not glued' the vocal sounds comparing to rest of the song?
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23.04.2019 - 23:10
The Shape 1973
Sophomore. The most overused word on Metalstorm.
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24.04.2019 - 05:45
zikon
"Visionatica"... yeesh, talk about name originality.
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