Italy's EVENOIRE Begins Recording Sophomore Album
Italian female-fronted symphonic metallers EVENOIRE have entered Dreamsound Studios in Munich, Germany, to record the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, "Vitriol". Mario Lochert, Dejan Djukovic and Daniel Rehbein (EMERGENCY GATE, GRAVEWORM, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS) will sit behind the consolle while mixing and mastering duties will be handled by Jan Vacik (SERENITY, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, GRAVEWORM, DREAMSCAPE).
Formed in 2007, EVENOIRE combines a wide range of influences, from gothic to symphonic metal with a very distinctive medieval/folk approach, which has attracted overwhelming response worldwide. A special mention goes to extraordinary lead vocalist Lisy Stefanoni, whose ethereal and powerful voice adds an extra dimension to the melodies and makes her one of the most promising female singers around.
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