PENTESILEA ROAD new single/video ‘Memory Corners’ out now
Pentesilea Road is a progressive rock band from Italy.
On 26.02.2021 the band issued the full-length debut album, featuring Fates Warning’s Ray Alder and Mark Zonder.
Pentesilea Road are:
Vito F. Mainolfi – Guitars & Fretless Bass
Michele Guaitoli – Vocals
Ezio Di Ieso – Piano & Keys
Alfonso Mocerino – Drums
HERBST releazed on 1st of October their new single/video ‘Dieses Haus’
Matthias Engst (ENGST) reveals himself here as a co-songwriter and a video producer of his new favorite project. The name Herbst is part of the agenda because the sound of the four musicians from Berlin is hard, rough, and gloomy. Herbst makes a clear statement with their second single “Dieses Haus” and emphasizes that we are never alone. Every situation in life requires a pillar of support that reaches out to us and gives us strength. Their lyrics tell unadorned stories from the musicians’ everyday lives and feel so authentic that you can find yourself in them.
The band Herbst comments on “Dieses Haus” (This House): “The song is about an oppressive and bone-chilling experience of a childhood of a long-time friend. In that respect, this song had been waiting to be revealed for a long time.”
“These emotionally incisive episodes are transported by the once young lad who dramatically experienced ignorance, strictness and cruelty, violence, and merely unilateral love in his parental home, subsequently transporting these patterns of behavior exemplified to him into his own family life. In the end, and with the realization of being no better than his “role models,” he dies in mental and physical loneliness.”
The gripping music video, produced by Matthias Engst (ENGST), captures these embodied experiences in a stirring way, “which is why it touched us so powerfully during the making of the video. We hope that it creates much more awareness that difficult family relationships, domestic and psychological violence, are unfortunately not always just an exception,” Herbst takes a strong voice here on this topic, which is sadly more relevant than often known.
Domestic violence comes in many forms, like everything else, and begins insidiously. In most cases, those affected only talk to people they trust in their social environment, and it is crucial that the environment supports and reacts. Recognizing early signs and warning signals is perhaps even more important now than ever before. Especially at a time when couples, families, and children are isolated at home and stress, and aggression accumulates – because one-third of such freak-outs end deadly. Helpline-networks support affected people and their environment, help to take the perpetrators or perpetratresses in the responsibility, protect the victims, and support the perspective on a life without violence.
Olli Weckert – vocals Mark Rötz – bass & vocals Rilo Messer – guitar Steffen Böhm – drums
RUNNING WILD new album ‘Blood on Blood’ out on 29th of October
There are plenty of reasons why Rock’n’ Rolf Kasparek is so happy with BLOOD ON
BLOOD. Says Rolf: “We all know the difficulties the cultural sector was faced with during the
lockdown. On the other hand, it also gave me and many other artists some extra time since
most releases had to be postponed. I used that time to fine-tune every little detail of my new
material. The result is an album that in my opinion is probably the best in Running Wild
s career to date. Every one of the ten songs sounds exactly as I had it in mind when I composed it. I’ve never been happier with a Running Wild record before.” So, with no further details available at this point, fans of the German metal legend can look forward to 29 October 2021, when BLOOD ON BLOOD will be out on Steamhammer/SPV. Those who can’t wait should mark 13 August in their diaries, when the lead single ‘Diamonds And Pearls’ will arrive at the physical and digital stores, followed by the second single ‘The Shellback’ on 24 September 2021. Could there be any better news for Running Wild disciples? Well, possibly the news below, which will also reveal some of the aforementioned details: Rolf justly describes BLOOD ON BLOOD as the most diverse offering he has released so far, not only in terms of the compositions but also as far as the production is concerned. “Every song has its own unmistakable sound,” explains the Running Wild captain. “Although I recorded the rhythm guitar parts with my 1976 Gibson Explorer as usual, the other parts were cut with a Gibson Flying V, a Fender Stratocaster and even – the undistorted parts – with a Fender American Standard Telecaster.” A prime example being ‘One Night, One Day’, which owes its great depth to its clean guitar performance. Rolf is referring to a song that is guaranteed to cause a stir with its anthemic direction and unusual arrangements: “For me, this track was a little experiment that Ive never dared to try before, because ‘One Night, One
t have the typical intro-verse-chorus structure, instead gradually building up throughout the song.” The grooving ‘The Iron Times (1618 - 1648)’, a worthy album finale, is just as remarkable, with its eleven minutes of playing time the longest track on the disc, and thanks to its lyric about the Thirty Years’ War also one of the most ambitioned numbers. Speaking of lyrics: ‘Wings Of Fire’ and ‘Say Your Prayers’ are about prophecies, albeit not – as on many other releases – the prophecies of Nostradamus, but – among others – the prophecies of John of Jerusalem, the French Knight Templar and co-founder of the Order of the Knights Templar, who predicted organ trafficking back in the Middle Ages. Historically no less interesting, ‘Crossing The Blades’ sees Running Wild broach the story of the three musketeers from the 17th century, their emblem having been recreated on the cover artwork, once again designed by Jens Reinhold (Virgin Steele, Freedom Call, among others). Rolf: “Its a kind of hybrid
between the cross of the musketeers and our mascot, Adrian.”
Despite these lyrical ambitions, BLOOD ON BLOOD also features two “party rock numbers”,
as Rolf likes to refer to them: ‘Wild & Free’ and ‘Wild, Wild Nights’, which are meant to be
pure fun, fulfil their mission to a tee. And last but not least, there’s ‘The Shellback’, a track in
typical Running Wild style that starts with a Celtic-inspired intro, Running Wild revisiting the
atmospheric seafaring theme of their 1994 classic BLACK HAND IN, a prequel of that
maritime story. Equally characteristic of the band, which, in addition to Rolf, guitarist Peter
Jordan and bassist Ole Hempelmann, has since 2019 included drummer Michael Wolpers,
who contributed all the drum parts on the new disc, are the lead single ‘Diamonds And
Pearls’ (including lyric video) and the title track, incidentally the first number Rolf wrote for the
Returning to the prophecy theme, you don`t have to be a prophet to be able to anticipate the
gleam in the eyes of all Running Wild fans. There can be no doubt about it: BLOOD ON
BLOOD presents Running Wild at their best!
01 Blood On Blood 4:07
02 Wings Of Fire 3:57
03 Say Your Prayers 5:14
04 Diamonds & Pearls 4:44
05 Wild & Free 5:28
06 Crossing The Blades 6:00
07 One Night, One Day 4:59
08 The Shellback 6:11
09 Wild, Wild Nights 4:30
10 The Iron Times (1618 – 1648) 10:29
Rock N’ Rolf – vocals, guitars
Peter Jordan – guitars
Ole Hempelmann – bass
Michael Wolpers – drums
BODYGUERRA album ‘Fire & Soul’ out on 15th of October
When Ela and Guido decided to write songs at the end
of 2019, Guido searched through his large archive of
ideas, demo recordings and pre-productions. Including
an early version of a song that shortly afterwards
became “Steelheart”. After a few musical changes,
“Steelheart” was one of the first songs that Ela had
completed with text and melody in a very short time.
Recorded at Empire Studios by Rolf Munkes, an active
musician (Crematory) himself, the title quickly became
a catchy tune even for the studio crew.
“Steelheart” is a mentor of life, an advisor in good and
bad times, someone you can rely on, who is loyal and
undaunted by your side. A timeless topic, but one that
has been given a new emphasis in current times. More
rocking than its predecessor “Believe”, “Steelheart”
also conveys the subject matter of the lyrics from the
first to the last minute. Performed with the typical
Bodyguerra guitars, a groove of drums and bass that
left you nothing but foot tapping and dancing and a
hookline that catches you from the first second and
never let go.
Released on all major digital portals worldwide via
Fastball Music / Bob-Media.
Including the instrumental backing track to sing-along
SIVA SIX new album ‘Death Cult’ out on 12th of November 2021
Note, the first 50 copies from our web shop will be hand singed !!!
you can preorder here:
CD & T-Shirt : https://www.sivasix.gr/store.html
TALES OF THE OLD deput album ‘The Book Of Chaos’ will be releazed on 17th of September 2021
TALES OF THE OLD is a Symphonic Dark Ambient Power Metal band from Athens, Greece.
The band was founded in 2010 by keyboard player Mike Tzanakis who is also the main composer and arranger of their music.
In 2012 they released their first Ep ” The Passageway From Hell To Earth ”.
After eight hard struggling years of unspeakable difficulties and, Mike decided to reform the whole band and give birth to his dream… New members, new reality, a total new vision… The band entered immediately to studio to make up the lost ground….so the band’s first album “The Book Of Chaos” was reality!
A project which created and marked piece by piece by pure toil and unending sacrifices! A project which would never take flesh and bones without the contribution and the hard work of the only possible Co-Producer for Tales Of The Old, the mastermind of Power Metal in Greece, Bob Katsionis!
FORGETTING THE MEMORIES new album ‘Vemod’ out on 24th of September 2021
Forgetting the Memories combine intricate, headbangable rhythms with melodic choruses that will have you singing along in no time, constructing a unique blend of deathcore and metalcore that is unparalleled in complexity and intensity.”Monophobia,” their first self-released full-length in 2016, was a sprawling labyrinth of ferocious, hard-pounding breakdowns and catchy choruses, peppered with meaningful lyrics detailing deeply personal journeys through issues like battling cancer, losing a friend, and heartbreak. The band continued on this path on their first release with their new label “Long Branch Records”. The EP “Known Darkness” was released in 2019 and featured 6 songs, further confirming the band’s rapid growth and potential.Now “Vemod”, the second longplayer of the 5 Swedes, is a clear further development of the already known trademarks of the band and thus comes across even more intense than its predecessors. The 10 tracks on the new album, which was mixed and mastered by Buster Odeholm (Vildhjarta, Humanity’s Last Breath), are lyrically haunting and deal with personal setbacks, world-weariness, anger and melancholy or wistfulness (=”Vemod” in swedish).Over the years, Forgetting The Memories have remained true to their particular style, yet have constantly evolved and defined themselves as a truly essential force within the genre.
Bastian Kempe – Vocals
Gustav Holst – Guitars
Adrian Lyxell – Guitars
Lukas Löken Olsson – Bass & Vocals
Johan Blomberg – Drums
Written quote for every single/track:
Beneath The Creek – The meaning of this song is about finding the purpose in your
life by overcoming the darkness within yourself. There’s always some sort of doubt or
regret that lies heavy on our soul, but by trying to face that darkness we might be
able to push ourselves to a better life. This song tells a story about a person who
struggles with this, trying to fight for a better life.
The Solstice Rebirth – This song is about manipulative behavior that occurs more
often than it should. We try to put ourselves in the perspective where you are being
manipulated into doing things for others’ cause. With that, you’ll live in that mindset
until the darkness has swallowed you whole. You’ll become self-destructive and
dangerous to others but mostly to yourself.
The Lake – The story is set outside in the outskirts of the big cities close to a lake
where the melancholy of the forest continues on forever. It’s about getting too close
to someone even though they have a profound evil inside them, and then being left
alone when they’re gone. The Lake is about loneliness and abandonment when the
only person you hold dear is gone.
A Voice In The Static – This songs story is about love loss and the aftermath of
dealing that horrible experience. To cope with being reminded by the little things you
used to resemble with this person. The outcome of this incident causes depression
and self-hatred in order to believe that you are in fact alright.
Mask Ov Lies – This song is about a journey through the life of a person who has a
very distant relationship with his dad and the effect it has to the beholder. The song
takes a dark dive into what goes through the head of the son who sees nothing but
the wrong doings of his father. When it comes to becoming a parent of his own, he is
eager to be the better parent. To give a better life to his child
Cowards Tongue – This song details the latent resentment that builds up over years
of living in someone else’s shadow. Eventually resentment turns to rage as it boils
over and results in murderous intent. Sadly, the impact of such an act is a
tremendously heavy burden to bear.
From Soot – This song is about by making certain acts that can be the end of
everything that you love. In this case ‘From Soot’ is a story of a man who mistakenly
burns down his home with his family still inside. In prison he’s waiting for the end of
his days, he finally accepts death as his only way out. So that he too, can be with his
family once again.
Cursed Earth – This song is about the story of a man who lives a reckless life of pain
and suffering. He who has caused death throughout a small town now faces
judgement by being buried and then burned alive. Carved his remaining thoughts
onto the wooden boards. The meaning of “Cursed Earth” is the acceptance of the
afterlife which brings peacefulness to the bearer through fire.
Trauma – The trauma that has been caused over so many years makes one want to
lose all hope of existence. The angst fills your body as you know that you share the
same blood with the evil in your household. This song is about wanting to cut ties
with your father after being raised in an abusive home. ‘Trauma’ executes the hate
A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH new album ‘Infernum In Terra’ out on 24th of September 2021
Even disasters bring opportunities, however. Less than two years after its predecessor’s release, A Pale Horse Named Death are poised to unveil their fourth full-length album, Infernum In Terra. Written and recorded during months of isolation in 2020, Abruscato’s latest collection of crestfallen anthems had a slow but satisfying gestation.“Around January last year, I was already planning on recording some ideas,” he recalls. “So I started doing some sketching. I’d walk away from it for a while, then come back and do more sketching, but then the pandemic changed everything, so I’d get involved in other things. I just have too many hats, you know? [Laughs] I have many projects going on in my life, not just in regards to music. But the summer went by and I didn’t touch the new music, but by then I had around 85 sketches. Then the Fall came, and suddenly my brain was wide open, and between October and December, I started recording lots of stuff.”
The result of Abruscato’s spontaneous productivity is simply the finest record that he has ever made. Infernum In Terra showcases a bold and adventurous new upgrade for APHND’s trademark sound, with greater subtleties and depths but also some of the heaviest, gnarliest riffs the band have ever unleashed. Combined with a production that fills the room with sparkling clarity and choking gloom, Infernum In Terra will satisfy every last one of the New Yorkers’ fans, while expanding Abruscato’s singular vision beyond all expectation.
Lyrically, too, Infernum In Terra represents a significant evolution. New songs like Cast Out From The Sky and visceral and epic first single Reflections Of The Dead are, of course, sodden with misery and emotional turmoil, but previous albums’ myopic approach has been rejected here. Instead, Infernum In Terra makes intermittent concessions to a more outward-looking perspective, enabling A Pale Horse Named Death to pass through fresh thematic territory.
Sal Abruscato – Vocals, Guitar
Eddie Heedles – Guitar
Joe Taylor – Guitar
Chris Hamilton – Drums
Oddie McLaughlin – Bass
Quotes by Sal Abruscato
Album info (incl. insights in the concept and what it’s all about)
“The album to me represents a new beginning, turning a new leaf shall we say
with the same vibe from past albums but with a fresh open minded approach.
There is no real concrete specific concept, it touches on some personal topics
in my life long, my interest in the dark arts, that to have light you must have
darkness to balance everything. With daylight comes nightfall, with heaven
there is hell and at this moment the world seems to be in a very dark place
hence the title of the album ‘Infernum In Terra’.
This is a very dark album, but what else is new I always write dark music to
sooth a dark soul!”
“I am very excited about the album artwork and cover, it’s so nice to present
something different and new. New colors! New Artist! We got connected with
Kelvin Doran of Serpent Tusk Studios in Dublin, Ireland. He was very easy to
work with and saw us from a different perspective, when I told him the title
‘Infernum In Terra’ the artwork and cover he did was what he envisioned, an
almost biblical setting with this demonic high priest pope figure holding a bible
with the horse Sheild on it in one hand and the other hand a new cross we
coined the ‘Lucifix’! Villagers surrounding him in awe , fear and wonder. I feel
its a fresh and striking change from previous artwork we had commisioned in
“Well it kind of stems from a few things, one is the 10th anniversary of our first
album ‘And Hell Will Follow Me’ in 2021 so I wanted to utilize the word Hell
again but in a clever way at the same time the state of the world with this
global pandemic, suffering, all its destroyed and lives taken.
It seemed like the phrase ‘Hell On Earth’ seemed appropriate for the times and
music but I wanted something more unique. Thats when I translated it to Latin
and the title was born ‘INFERNUM IN TERRA’!”
Believe In Something (You Are Lost)
“Is about feeling lost with your emotions and beliefs with the outside world,
your on the verge of snapping, feeling alone and that’s the moment where you
need to dig deep with your self, focus on what makes you feel better, ignore
the rest who do not help. In a nutshell believe in your self and you can achieve
Shards Of Glass
“This one is juicy it‘s about the estranged and miserable relationship with my
sister, how she has always been envious of me, my wife and children. 12 long
years she has done all she could to defame me and my wife to other family.
My children suffer the most with a sense of emotional abandonment and
neglect from all family. So I ended up writing this song about those feelings
with out directly saying it clearly and it is a form of safe therapy for me with out
getting too involved in the reality of it all.”
Reflections Of The Dead
“For me one of the best doom songs I have simply ever written, nothing
extravagant just heavy, moody and dark. About a person with deep depression
that has the ability to see the dead where ever they look, the gift tortures them
but so enamored by it that they want to crossover and join that dimension.
Leave behind this cruel raging world!”
Slave To The Master
“This song is up there for one of my favorites, I ended up doing something very
different by have the piano dominate this song and keeping it very open feeling
with little guitar. About the inner turmoils I go through, the self destructive
nihilistic behavior I can possess at times, my inner battles with self esteem,
getting older and trying to fight my inner demons since childhood. For me it is
a very beautiful song and I love it!.”
Music is our saviour in even the darkest of times. A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH have
demonstrated this unwavering truth throughout their first decade. Founded and led by
multi-instrumentalist and Type O Negative alumnus SAL ABRUSCATO, the New York-based
crew opened their creative account in 2011, with stunning debut album And Hell Will Follow
Me: a slow-motion avalanche of crushing riffs, dark melodies and profound melancholy,
with Abruscato’s heart-wrenching lyrics providing its songs with a deep emotional core.
In 2013, A Pale Horse Named Death released their second album, Lay My Soul To Waste.
Musically opulent and even more punishing in sonic terms than its predecessor, it was
widely acclaimed as the Brooklyn unit’s finest work to date. Innumerable live shows
confirmed that the band were forging strong connections with a dedicated and passionate
audience, and despite a six-year wait, the third APHND album emerged in 2019 to a
uniformly positive response. Of course, the album in question – When The World Becomes
Undone – was blessed with what now seems an eerily prophetic title, as within months of its
release, the whole world locked down.
Even disasters bring opportunities, however. Less than two years after its predecessor’s
release, A Pale Horse Named Death are poised to unveil their fourth full-length album,
Infernum In Terra. Written and recorded during months of isolation in 2020, Abruscato’s
latest collection of crestfallen anthems had a slow but satisfying gestation.
“Around January last year, I was already planning on recording some ideas,” he recalls. “So I
started doing some sketching. I’d walk away from it for a while, then come back and do
more sketching, but then the pandemic changed everything, so I’d get involved in other
things. I just have too many hats, you know? [Laughs] I have many projects going on in my
life, not just in regards to music. But the summer went by and I didn’t touch the new music,
but by then I had around 85 sketches. Then the Fall came, and suddenly my brain was wide
open, and between October and December, I started recording lots of stuff.”
The result of Abruscato’s spontaneous productivity is simply the finest record that he has
ever made. Infernum In Terra showcases a bold and adventurous new upgrade for APHND’s
trademark sound, with greater subtleties and depths but also some of the heaviest,
gnarliest riffs the band have ever unleashed. Combined with a production that fills the room
with sparkling clarity and choking gloom, Infernum In Terra will satisfy every last one of the
New Yorkers’ fans, while expanding Abruscato’s singular vision beyond all expectation.
“The last record was a little bit of a rushed job of material that I had sitting around for a
while,” he notes. “What I like about this record is that we have fresh artwork, a fresh
outlook and all the songs were written last year. I brought in a lot more instrumentation in
terms of tubular, orchestral bells and a piano, and things that support the heavy guitars. I
like making the records as cool as possible. I don’t worry about being able to do things live, I
just do what sounds right and what sounds good.”
Lyrically, too, Infernum In Terra represents a significant evolution. New songs like Cast Out
From The Sky and visceral and epic first single Reflections Of The Dead are, of course,
sodden with misery and emotional turmoil, but previous albums’ myopic approach has been
rejected here. Instead, Infernum In Terra makes intermittent concessions to a more
outward-looking perspective, enabling A Pale Horse Named Death to pass through fresh
“I guess it’s all still what A Pale Horse Named Death should be doing, but I backed off from
writing every song about manic depression, self-loathing and suicidal thoughts!” chuckles
Abruscato. “Unfortunately I’m a natural at it, because it’s a curse that I have. It was a little
unintentional, but a couple of the new songs came out with a more Biblical theme, with
stories like the fall of Lucifer. One song is about my experience of being put under
anaesthesia. It was like being in another world – it felt like I slept for days, but it was only 20
minutes, you know? So there’s some new ideas, and some things about personal stuff and
family stuff. I just didn’t make every song about personal torment.”
As it emerges into an uncertain and troubled world, Infernum In Terra seems certain to
enhance the reputation of these weather-beaten underdogs. A lifelong creative with an
already impressive resume, Sal Abruscato has savoured this new opportunity to explore the
darkness of this wicked world, and produced his finest work to date in the process. In the
darkest of times, A Pale Horse Named Death rides on with renewed vigour, forever raging
against the dying of the light.
“I’m just happy to be releasing another record at this point in my life,” Abruscato concludes.
“It’s fresh and I’m excited about it. Right now, the only thing left to do is put out music, I
think! It’s a sketchy time and I hope it gets better for everyone. But I’m optimistic. I’m
hoping there’ll be new fans that dig Infernum In Terra, and the old fans will dig it. It’s a
natural progression and there’s some really cool stuff going on. I’m really proud of this
record and I’m pretty stoked to see how people take it. This business is so fickle these days, I
don’t know what’s gonna fly. I’m just doing what I like!”
Dom Lawson, May 2021
TORRENTIAL RAIN new single out on 16th of September 2021
On September 16th, 2021, the new single will be released, which according to songwriter Chris Danner has a lot to offer:
“When life gets you down and you feel in way above your head… Then put on this song and let us take you on a wild and groovy ride full of riffs and breakdowns that are sure to get you headbanging. Get ready for another progressive metalcore hit mixed with saxophone and big band by Torrential Rain!”
The previous single “WHY DO I CARE” cracked 25,000 audio streams after 10 days and immediately appeared in the Spotify Playlists “Progressive Metal” and “New Blood.”
Germanys metal highflyers TORRENTIAL RAIN catch you where everyday life
lets you down. Romance, Break-ups or reflecting on one‘s own life are just a
few of the themes to let their fanbase located in over 99 countries know:
You are not alone!
Coupled with the guiding principle of „Power meets precision“ they fuse the
unfusable: the brutal energy of bands like August Burns Red and Polaris
combined with progressive-virtuoso writing á la Periphery. The four guys
hailing from Germany create a perfect balance of both worlds in which
brute force and delicate thoughtfulness coexist and present these American
novelty trends to Europe’s stages.
Scene greats like Kvelertak, Equilibrium, Illumenium or Time, The Valuator
have already recognized the impressive musical potential of TORRENTIAL
RAIN and brought them on stage as support, where they were able to carry
away fans of all possible genres on 70 shows with the current line-up.
TORRENTIAL RAIN racked up over 570.000 streams in listeners playlists with
their singles „HOME ALONE“, „STRUNG OUT“, „DEAF EARS“, and „LEFT OUTSIDE”. To top the year off the latest track „LEFT OUTSIDE“ got featured in
Spotify’s editorial playlists „NEW METAL TRACKS“ and „NEW BLOOD“.
In 2021 two more songs followed: “Time Will Tell” & “Why Do I Care.” The
latter reached more than 10,000 streams in the first week and landed directly in many playlists.
PROJECT RENEGADE new single ‘the new joker’ out
“The New Joker” is one of our – if not the most -beloved songs on our record “Order of the Minus”. It deals with the reoccurring subject of “acting like a charlatan in order to be liked and feel loved, only to end up being cast out of the social norms and end up hating yourself, hating life and everyone around you”. It dabbles into being bullied and confused all your life about what you truly see behind the wall of lies that people are trying to establish as the “norm”. This song aims to inspire people to come together and rise above the darkness of this world as one, and to empower those in suffering to take a stand and fight back for a better life that we can enjoy in unity and peace. #unitythroughdiversity
Watch official music video here
Directed by Angel Saft
Faceless: Surehuinel, Nick K.
Faceless Photographs: Hope DiKappa
Backstage Photographer: Konstantinos Kapernaros
Backstage Photographer Assistant: Vasilis Kavouras
Backstage Video: Konstantinos Kapernaros
Make-up Artist: Katerina Vlachou
Make-up Assistants: Dimitris Anastasopoulos, Christine Peremislina
Hairstylist: Madam Pinky
Production: Crystal View Entertainment
Project Renegade is a four-member metal band from Athens, Greece, founded by Marianna (vocals) and Ody (drums) and joined after by Nick K. (guitars) and Jay (bass). Project Renegade’s sound derives from an alternative, heavy and groovy background blended with electronic and ambient elements. After releasing their debut EP “Cerebra” to high international critical acclaim, the band is set to release its first full-length album “Order of the Minus”.
The band is performing live in Greece and Europe, with participations in renowned festivals like Danube Rock Festival (RO), Overthe Wall Festival (GR), Iron Queens Festival (RO), Voices of the Succubi 2018 having also made a debut performance at Le Cercle Club (BE). On April 2019, (MT) and the FEMME-Female Metal Event 2018 (NL), Ladies of Metal Festival (GR) they shared the stage of the famous Greek indoor venue “Piraeus Academy 117″with Bullet For My Valentine as special guest and participated afterwards at Milady Metal Festival (IT) with Mayan and Rock’n’Iasi (RO) with Harakiri for the Sky. On September 20th, 2020 Project Renegade played as special guest with Evanescence at Kiev, Ukraine.