10:08 - Cynic Metalhead At 7 in mornin' i feel the pain. Without any second thought, i went to doc' and she told me i broke my water. My next appointment was at 11 but she wasn't available. Soon i'll be giving good news to my MS mortals. <3 :3
"Lie To Me", a brand new official video from Italian power metal act Secret Sphere, is now available for viewing below. The song appears on the group's latest new record Portrait Of A Dying Heart, released on November 25th, 2012 through Scarlet Records.
"Healing", another brand new song taken from Italian power metallers Secret Sphere's upcoming album Portrait Of A Dying Heart, is now available for streaming at spaziorock.it. The album will be released on November 25th via Scarlet Records.
"The Fall", a new song from power metallers Secret Sphere, is now available for streaming at this location or below. The song is taken from the band's new upcoming album entitled Portrait Of A Dying Heart, to be released before the end of the year through Warner Music (Japan) and on November 25th via Scarlet Records (rest of the world). The CD will feature a 40-page booklet, including the novel "She Complies With The Night" on which the album is based.
Italian power metallers Secret Sphere have announced that new vocalist Michele Luppi (ex-Vision Divine, Thaurorod, Killing Touch) is joining the group ranks. The band made the following statement: "As previously stated by band the vocalist replacement is a new beginning, especially after more than 10 years of a career, there are risks to make mistakes and lost years of work, otherwise you can bring the band to the next level and find the missing link to give the right dimension to the project..."
The new album of the Italian band Secret Sphere, titled Archetype will contain 10 tracks. Some track titles are: Mr. Sin, All In A Moment and The Scars That You Can't See. Two special guest will appear, Trevor from Sadist and Alessandro Conti from Trick Or Treat.
Italian power metallers Secret Sphere entered the new Authoma Studios on December 6 to begin recording their sixth album, Archetype. The band will spend two months working on the CD, which is being produced by guitarist Aldo Lonobile and Federico Pennazzato. The album will be mastered at Massive Arts Studio, while the artwork will be handled by Gustavo Savez.
Guitarist Aldo Lonobile comments: "The musical direction will keep strongly the Secret Sphere trademark, with lots of melodies, orchestration and heavy riffs and great solos. It's not a big departure from what we have done in the past, but we feel that we've integrated some new elements that enhance upon everything we've ever done, making this one of our (if not the) strongest albums to date. Some of the songtitles are "Mr. Sin", "All In A Moment" and "The Scars That You Can't See". We're ready to deliver a great album, and show you what our new members Marco Pastorino and Gabriele Ciaccia can bring to our music."
Italian metallers Secret Sphere have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
After the successfull Rock Arena appearance we wanna give you some fresh news!
After ten years of Secret Sphere we decided to change to members of the band: Paco Gianotti and Antonio Agate. Antonio will continue to arrange the music for the new album but he is not fix members of the band anymore.
We wanna welcome to young talented guys Marco Pastorino on rythm guitars and Gabriele Ciaccia on Keyboards, some of you already saw them live with us in the last shows.
Don't forget to take a look to our new MySpace layout online with pictures and infos about the new line up always at the same address.
Samples of the new upcoming album "Sweet Blood Theory" by Italian Power metallers Secret Sphere have been made available at this location (Flash Player required).
The album was recorded during December '07 and February '08 at Authoma Studios by Federico Pennazzato, and mixed in March '08 by Achim Koehler (Producer for Primal Fear, Brainstorm ,etc..) in Germany at Indiscreet Audio.
"Sweet Blood Theory" is a concept album based on the novel "The Vampire" written by John William Polidori in 1814 and is regarded as one of the early novels with a vampire character, by some even as the very first.
To embrace the concept and create the music for this fantasy epic, the band took inspiration from the famous movie director Tim Burton ("Nightmare Before Christmas", "The Corpse Bride", "Edward Scissorhand" etc), trying to re-create the typical atmospheres of his most famous movies in both the orchestral score (reminiscent of that of Danny Elfman, who did the music for the aforementioned Tim Burton movies) and for the artwork.