Greek melodic metal Band InnerWish will play an exclusive show on Sunday March 5th. 2017 in Willemeen, Arnhem, The Netherlands. Support Acts will be Cirrha Niva (progressive metal band from Holland) & The Memory Remains (80s/90s metal band from Holland).
The show in Willemeen begins at 16:00 (CET) with The Memory Remains, the successful band, who let revive hits from the ’80 / ’90. Then it’s the turn of Cirrha Niva, earlier this year they have released an excellent album “Out Of The Freakshow”. Then it’s time for the main act, the men of Innerwish. Check out the poster below.
Innerwish‘s new self-titled album was released on March 18th through Ulterium Records in Europe and North America. Bickee Music issued the album in Japan on March 30th.
The album was mixed by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman [In Flames, Dimmu Borgir, Hammerfall] and mastered by Peter In De Betou [Arch Enemy, Opeth, Amon Amarth]. The artwork of the album was created by Felipe Machado Franco [Blind Guardian, Rhapsody Of Fire, Xandria] and the design was done by Jan Yrlund [Korpiklaani, Apocalyptica, Manowar].
The band comments on the new album:
“This is the first album with our new lineup, and we hope this lineup will be unchanged for many years since we now feel stronger, more confident and sure about ourselves than ever before. For those reasons we chosed ‘InnerWish’ as the title of our new album, because it represents us in the most exact way. We are very proud of this album. It might sound very common, but it’s the truth for us: this is the best InnerWish album so far! Heavy, aggressive, modern, melodic and diverse at the same time, with all the classical InnerWish elements, combined with some new ones. It might have been 6 years since the release of ‘No turning back’ but all the difficult times we’ve been through made us stronger and the result is this new, fifth album of InnerWish. We are back for good!”
Our review of “Innerwish” can be found here.
For an recent interview with Fragiskos “Frankie” Samoilis click here.
Tickets and more information: www.willemeen.nl
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