Music Video For New Track "Fame & Gloria" Premiered By Amberian Dawn
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Finnish symphonic metal act Amberian Dawn have unleashed the pirate themed music video for the new track "Fame & Gloria" right here on Metal Underground.com. The song is the opening number from the brand new new release "Innuendo," which is set to drop via Napalm Records on October 23rd. The band's seventh full length studio effort can be pre-ordered over at this location.
After their last highly acclaimed 2014 album “Magic Forest," the female fronted sextet return with "Innuendo," the second studio album with gorgeous vocalist Päivi "Capri" Virkkunen. Presented in a catchier and more melodic way than previous efforts, "Innuendo" sounds like a deliberately fresh new start with some of strongest vocal performances in the band’s history. With production work from Mikko Karmilla (Amorphis, Apocalyptica) and Tuomas Seppälä's apparent influences from the likes of Jean Michel Jarre to Vangels, "Innuendo" showcases the epic trademarks of an album that could easily place the band into the forefront of the subgenre! "Innuendo" is a term most famed by Queen and the album titled the same, but as time goes on, some might come to think of Amberian Dawn alongside the British rock heroes.
The track listing for the album is:
1. Fame & Gloria
4. The Court Of Mirror Hall (see lyric video here)
6. Rise Of The Evil
7. Chamber Of Dreadful Dreams
8. Knock Knock Who’s There
9. Symphony Nr 1, Part 1 – The Witchcraft
10. Your Time – My Time
11. Fame & Gloria (Instrumental Version) (Bonus Track)
12. Sunrise (Re-Recording) (Bonus Track)
Metal Underground.com is proud to present "Fame & Gloria":
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