Lenore S. Fingers
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After a period of relative silence, Lenore S. Fingers is ready to come back with a very ambitious album, more mature, complex, decadent and professional than what the already great debut "Inner Tales" has represented.
The new release will be entitled "All Things Lost On Earth," an Ariosto's quote from the poem "Orlando Furioso" and it will be released in the fall of 2016. Actually, most of the songs have been composed and arranged and demo extracts are expected to surface soon.
As confirmation of the ambitions of the band and My Kingdom Music who will release the album, the band announced they will work with someone very special: Anna Murphy from Eluveitie. She man the keyboards and produce the album at Soundfarm Studio in Lucern.
More details to surface within a few weeks. More...
To celebrate the success of debut album "Inner Tales," Lenore S. Fingers presents to fans today a lyric video for the song "Doom" and announces plans are in the works for upcoming 2015 festival dates. Check out the clip today.
My Kingdom Music has issued the following statement about inking a deal with Lenore S. Fingers:
"It is with great honour that we announce the signing of the next Italian big thing into decadent and melancholic sonorities for the next two albums: Lenore S. Fingers!
"Comin' from the southernmost region of Italy, Lenore S. Fingers is ready to debut on February 24th, 2014 with 'Inner Tales,' a 9 track album standing at the deep heart of each listener with the alienating and decadent young Federica Lenore's voice who explains the never-ending solitude of a girl, lost between tragic memories of her past and the most unconfortable fears for the future.
"The whole is surrounded by a rock solid wall of distorted guitar riffs and an intense groundbreaking work made by the rhythmic section in the great tradition of bands like Katatonia, Anathema, Type O Negative, Antimatter and The Gathering."