quarta-feira, janeiro 23, 2013

Believe reveal the title of the forthcoming studio album

Believe, one of the most interesting and original bands on the Polish art/prog-rock scene, return with a brand new album. Their fifth studio album entitled "The Warmest Sun in Winter" is set to be released on April, 22nd in Europe and May, 7th in USA (via MVD).
"Believe's new album tells the story of a chance meeting of two friends who used to spend a lot of time together in their childhood. Since then, everything has changed – one of the friends has lost his home. And now they sit together and talk about everything that happened in their life. All memories from the past are still alive… The album 'The Warmest Sun in Winter' will tells the story of how much sun a man can bring into someone else's life, despite various troubles in life," explains Karol Wróblewski.
The new material was recorded in Mirek Gil's studio in the following line-up:
Karol Wróblewski – vocals
Mirek Gil – guitars
Konrad Wantrych – keyboards, vocals
Przemas Zawadzki – bass guitar
Vlodi Tafel – drums
Satomi – violin
The album will include 8 new tracks - "Words", "Behind the River" and "The Bright Day", just to name a few. It will also include "Please Go Home", a song written in memory of Robert Roszak, Polish journalist and a friend of the band.
photo: Slav Haratym
The band formed in 2004 by guitarist Mirek Gil, should be known already by fans of Polish prog-rock legend Collage and Satellite. Not only was Mirek a founding member and main song writer of Collage, but he played with Satellite as well.  The band's debut album "Hope to See Another Day" was released in 2006, six years later Believe return with their second live DVD entitled "Seeing is Believing". Filmed in 2011 in Wyspiański Theater in Katowice (Poland), this brand new DVD documents how much the band has changed: Believe released three more excellent studio albums, letting their music grow more brilliantly intricate and sublime than ever before; Tomek Różycki was substituted by the charismatic singer Karol Wróblewski, whose deep and distinctive voice contributes much to the style and mood of Believe's music; the new keyboard player Konrad Wantrych joined their ranks, enriching their music with his stylish and technically superb soundscapes. During this unique evening in Wyspiański Theater Believe primarily presented material from their fourth album „World Is Round" (Metal Mind Productions, 2010). Believe's fifth studio album entitled "The Warmest Sun In Winter" will be released by Metal Mind Productions on April, 22nd in Europe and May, 7th in USA (via MVD). Full details to be announced soon.
In May Believe will be a part of the famous US' festival ROSfest 2013!
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