Apr 092020
 

Stockholm, Sweden’s Metalite have released a cover of the Stratovarius song, ‘Hunting High And Low’. You can stream the track here, and watch a video below.

Says the band: “Well, this is our easter egg to all of our fans who support us in these hard times! A tribute to the big legends Stratovarius who gave us this big hit, which still is a masterpiece. Enjoy! Happy Easter!”

The future is close: And she looks pretty overwhelming. Two years after their exciting debut „Heroes In Time“, the Swedish Melodic Metal renewers Metalite return with a new singer and a giant stroke. This band could be the new heroes of Modern Metal – trendsetting, epic and of highest quality. Of course, we have been knowing for long that the Swedish do have a hand for successful Metal. But an album with the quality of „Biomechanicals“ is even for this country a rarity. Influenced by the concept of bands like Within Temptation, the quintet from Stockholm reinvents classic Melodic Metal – and unleashes a storm of power, monumentality and zeitgeist, that you cannot escape. „Biomechanicals“ continues the high level from their debut and turns everything to 11, what stood on 10 before: A richer production, stronger songwriting and an elusive and mysterious aura distinguishes „Biomechanicals“ from everything you already know about Melodic Metal.

With Metalite’s expertly use of electronic elements, influenced by the Trance Era of early 21st century, sphaeric layers mix with flirring sequences and stoic beats fit like a second skin for the massive, melodic and outrageous catchy soundwall. But also the new singer Erica Ohlsson shapes that energetic sound.

Metalite‘s AFM debut is a futuristic glimmering garment made of Melodic and Symphonic Metal that differentiates lyrically from the rivalry. „We surround ourselves already that naturally with all these technological gadgets that we do not recognize anymore how they observate us“, so the guitarist about the contemporary and unsettling content of the album.

A flaming fire in their bellies, sparked off by another high-end production of Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe), Metalite are more than ready for their next step. It could be a very big one.

“Biomechanicals” has been released on Oct. 25th. via AFM Records.

Our review of “Biomechanicals” be found here.

Band Members
Erica Ohlsson – Vocals
Edwin Premberg – Guitar
Robert Örnesved – Guitar
Robert Majd – Bass
Lea Larsson – Drums

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