Italian avant-garde metallers EPHEL DUATH have set a May 19 European release date through Elitist Records for their second album, "The Painter's Palette". Joining main visionary and guitarist Davide Tiso on the new album are a number of guest musicians, including hardcore vocalist Lucio Lorusso George, progressive bass player Fabio Fecchio, singer Davide Tolomei and a 47-year old professional jazz drummer and professor. EPHEL DUATH's "The Painters Palette" is "not an album to try and define with standard parameters," according to an official press release. "All types of music, past, present and future are quoted in a single sound. The band's desire and creativity to innovate and articulate their vision has reaped massive rewards for themselves and the listener." Check out the song "The Passage" by clicking here.Conceptually inspired from the connection between sounds and colors, "The Painter's Palette"'s artwork is published strictly in black and white. The intention of EPHEL DUATH is to give color through their sounds or, if you prefer, to play the sound of colors. Every song is depicted by a different chromatic shade, where the listener's mind becomes a painting with infinite possibilities of sounds and colors, musical tonalities and contrasting hues.
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