SOLISIA: New Song Posted Online
Italian female-fronted progressive symphonic metal band SOLISIA has posted a new song, "Vortex Of Indifference", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming debut album, "Ordinary Fate", which will be released later this year via Underground Symphony Records. The CD was recorded, mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni at Fear Studio in Ravenna, Italy. The artwork and layout was handled by Alexandra V Bach (KAMELOT, ADAGIO, AKEMYST, OPERATIKA).
SOLISIA features in its ranks singer Marilena Stigliano and bass player Andrea Arcangeli, who has previously played with DGM and CONCEPT. According to a press release, the band "boasts a personal and intriguing mixture of symphonic power metal with frequent progressive suggestions and delicate gothic atmospheres, strong technical thickness and a fresh vibe in composition rarely found in contemporary metal scene."
Marilena Stigliano: Vocals
Gianluca Quinto: Guitars
Andrea Arcangeli: Bass
Wilson Di Geso: Keyboards
Marcantonio Quinto: Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/solisia.
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