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Angel Vivaldi

From: NY, United States
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Latest Angel Vivaldi News

Below is our complete Angel Vivaldi news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Angel Vivaldi Premieres "Adrenaline" Playthrough

World renowned guitar prodigy, Angel Vivaldi, rings in 2018 with a killer, play-through of the scathing original, new track, "Adrenaline." States Vivaldi:

"After months of touring around the world, I'm thrilled to finally launch the first video from the Synapse album play-through series for the song, 'Adrenaline.' It features an incredible new talent by the name of Julian Cifuentes, who's style blazes through this song to help show us what 'Adrenaline' is all about. Excited to have this and all of the other videos finally underway!"

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Angel Vivaldi Issues "Serotonin" Video Clip

World renowned guitar prodigy Angel Vivaldi is a phenom that takes the term "guitar virtuoso" to another stratosphere. If you are unfamiliar, then welcome to the party, as Vivaldi now gears up to release his new conceptual album "Synapse" which is set for an Oct 6th release.

A very eye-catching and innovative, new music video for the track, "Serotonin," is now live at the link below. Nita Strauss (Alice Copper) dances off in her cameo in the clip as well. It's a MUST SEE ASAP, so check it out:


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Angel Vivaldi Announces "Synapse"

Angel Vivaldi's new conceptual opus, "Synapse," is now officially set for an October 6th release. "Synapse" consists of eight songs, each written for a specific brain chemical, which incites a different emotion.

For full immersion, the studio was painted eight times during the writing of each individual song in its associated color. Check out the clips below for a look at the artwork and brand new song "Dopamine" featuring Oli Herbert. More...

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Gus G. Announces Tour With Angel Vivaldi

Greek guitar phenomenon Gus G. will embark on the “Operation Domination” co-headliner U.S. tour with renowned shredder Angel Vivaldi. A full breakdown of dates and venues is available below.

Gus G. states: "I'm very excited to return to the U.S. this fall to finally hit more markets and play for the fans that were left out on my recent Spring mini-tour. Teaming up with a talented player like Angel Vivaldi seemed like a great opportunity.

"We're both stoked to bring the 'Operation Domination’ tour to the American audiences and we will be performing our own individual sets, but also collaborating on stage together as well. We will have a great band with us that features James Paul Luna (Holy Grail) on vocals, Alex Bent (ex-Battlecross, Testament) on drums and Jake Skylyr on bass.

“The set list will once again be a mixed bag including songs from my solo works, Firewind, Ozzy material but some surprises as well. These shows are not to be missed. See you soon." More...

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As Blood Runs Black's Sugarman: Solo Album Posted

As Blood Runs Black guitarist Dan Sugarman premieres the full-album stream of the his brand new debut solo effort "Centersun", out in stores now via Bandcamp. Guests featured on "Centersun" include: Angel Vivaldi, Francesco Artusato (Devil You Know), Scott Carstairs (Fallujah) and James Norbert Ivanyi.

Check out now "Centersun" in its entirety below.

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Angel Vivaldi Posts "Crystal Planet" Video

Progressive guitar virtuoso Angel Vivaldi is fresh off of his successful "Touring You Apart" tour and already planning his touring schedule for spring 2016. In the meantime, Vivaldi has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on his cover of "Crystal Planet" (featuring As Blood Runs Black's Dan Sugarman), originally performed by guitar legend Joe Satriani.

Angel Vivaldi is pleased to unleash this re-imagined track along with its accompanying music video today. Check it out below. Vivaldi's modern progressive take on Satriani's guitar rock anthem sees the song in a much heavier light.

"The original has practically no rhythm guitar in it at all. A lot of those progressions were fantastic but were often overlooked by, of course, Joe's stellar playing. My goal was to make the song groovier and exaggerate the leads with different dynamics/harmonies," he says. "I've always admired Joe's ability to say a lot with the simplest phrasing. I wanted to honor these melodies with more dramatic, sometimes even aggressive variations to compliment the feel of the rhythm guitars." More...

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Angel Vivaldi Will Tour You Apart

Progressive guitar virtuoso Angel Vivaldi will be making his first full North American tour debut alongside co-headliners The Algorithm this fall on the “Touring You Apart” North American tour.

Supporting Vivaldi is his powerhouse live band comprised of Mutiny Within drummer Bill Fore, bassist Jake Skylyr, and guitarist Jason Tarantino. The tour kicks off on October 7 in New York City at Black Bear Bar and tours all throughout the states and Canada through November 22, coming to a close in Clifton, NJ.

“It's been a long time coming, but it's finally happening,” states Vivaldi. “I'm really going above and beyond to make the years of waiting worth it for everyone! It's going to be a party of love, positive energy and inspiration.” More...

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Angel Vivaldi Releases New Video

Continuing to release videos with names in morse code, Angel Vivladi has a new clip online for the track ". _ _ _ _" which is available below.

". _ _ _ _" comes off the "Away With Words, Part 1" EP, available at iTunes here. The full track listing is:

1 . _ _ _ _
2. . . _ _ _
3. . . . _ _ (feat. Fabrizio Leo)
4. . . . . _
5. . . . . . More...

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Angel Vivaldi Posts New Video Clip

Angel Vivaldi today releases a new music video for ".._ _ _ " (yea, that's actually the name of the track - it's morse code).

The clip was directed by Jesse Conti at Chariot Media Group and can be seen below. The band comments on the clip:

"A man awakes in an unfamiliar place, disoriented & exhausted. He ventures out into the unknown with bare essentials, along with a glass element and mysterious spinal implant. With no end in sight, he questions his sanity, his surroundings and his ability to press on. He soon comes to the realize that he may be a long way from home..."

The track comes by way of the "Away With Words, Part 1" EP, available to buy over at iTunes here.

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Angel Vivaldi Reveals Album Artwork

Angel Vivaldi has revealed the cover artwork for new album "Away With Words Part 1," which can be viewed below. You can also check out studio from the footage as the album was recorded at this location.

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Angel Vivaldi Posts Studio Video

Jake Skylyr recently entered The Machine Shop to track bass for the upcoming Angel Vivaldi album, "Away With Words." A studio video from the session can now be viewed below.

The new album "Away With Words" was produced by Will Putney and co-produced by Randy Lebouef.

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Indianapolis Metal Fest III Announces Lineup

The Indianapolis Metal Fest III will take place September 20-21, 2013 at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana. Among the acts features is the reformed Byzantine, as well as, Temple of Brutality, which features Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and guitarist Stet Howland (W.A.S.P.). Tickets can be purchased over at this location.

The full slate of acts to appear:

Rivers of Nihil
Seven Witches
Vicious Rumors
Angel Vivaldi More...

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Just For Fun

The 8 Bit Metal Weekend Roundup

Remember those classic blocky, 8-bit tunes that got stuck in your head while playing Mega Man or Breath of Fire all Saturday afternoon as a kid? Turns out they are also the perfect medium for experiencing the best metal has to offer, and many fans online have converted their favorite tunes into 8-bit format. There are probably hundreds or even thousands of these online, and today we'll share two interesting ones worth hearing.

Fist up is a recreation of Augury's "Brimstone Landscapes" from "Fragmentary Evidence" (reviewed here), a progressive/technical death metal album that is now becoming long, looong overdue for a follow-up release. While for some reason the drums seem to have been dropped from the 8 bit version, this is still a pretty faithful reproduction of the original in old school video game form.

For comparison, here's the original track: More...

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Angel Vivaldi Releases "A Martian Winter" Video

Angel Vivaldi has posted a brand new music video online featuring Jay Tarantino from Shadows Of Dawn. Check out the video for "A Martian Winter," taken off the "Universal Language" album, in the player below. You can also watch the previously posted video for "A Mercurian Summer" over at this location.

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Angel Vivaldi Posts "A Mercurian Summer" Clip

New Jersey instrumental metal act Angel Vivaldi has posted a new music video online for the song "A Mercurian Summer," which is taken off the "Universal Language" EP. Check out the video clip below, or find more details on Angel Vivaldi via Facebook.

The "Universal Language" track listing is as follows:

1. A Venutian Spring
2. A Mercurian Summer
3. An Erisian Autumn
4. A Martian Winter

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Unearthing the NY/NJ Shred Metal Underground

Each week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we take a look at three quality underground artists that haven’t gotten the exposure they deserve. This week I am exploring the shred scene in the tri-state area.

Now I wouldn't exactly call it much of a scene here, but there are quite a few talented guitarists in New Jersey and New York. From people posting their own solos/songs on youtube out of a bedroom studio to veteran musicians who book at high class studios to record their album. Today I'll be discussing three acts from across the spectrum. More...

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