Feb 052019

Coming to celebrate the first anniversary from the release of the album “O Conto” (The Tale), the brazilian symphonic/power metal band Angel’s Fire still promoting the work (that is receiving a lot of good reviews through the world), now with an official video to the song “Meu Desejo” (My Desire).

The video was produced by Lumos and mix the studio version (Nenel Lucena from Bride and N.O.G. made a feat as guest vocals) with scenes from the band playing in the Oktober Only Rock, a festival that happened in your homeland Recife last year. Prelúdio X, Antidemon and Alíria also played in the same fest.
The video can be watched below.

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Sep 072018

Angel’s Fire is a Symphonic Metal band from Recife, Brazil. The band has been around for more than 10 years. Their first full-length album “O Conto” has been independently released in the beginning of this year.

The band writes on their Facebook profile: Our goal is to enchant and promote imaginary tales that lead people to reflect the greatness of the creator.

To get to know these guys a little bit better, check out the following chat we recently had with them.

TMR: Hey guys this is The Metal Resource from Holland, how are things going there in Brazil ?

As always, a beautiful sunny day. In a preparatory period to the presidential elections. Continue reading »

Angel’s Fire – “O Conto”

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May 102018

The glockenspiel that opens “O Conto (The Tale)” makes you feel like a fairytale book is being opened, inviting you to go along on a magical journey. Take a look at the album cover and I think you’ll agree that there are elements in its design that make you think of Sleeping Beauty, for instance. Then there is the figure in the centre, who holds a doll – perhaps connecting with past memories? There is an innocence about her. She’s in a cellar, just like Bastian was when he snuck away to read The Neverending Story. Did you see the hands pressing at the window?

Priscila Lira’s voice shines through a symphony of strings and electrifying guitar on “Anjo de Luz (Angel of Light)”. From the orchestration you get the feeling that something epic is being recounted: “Anjo colhe, Lágrimas faz o rio caminho, Ao céu – Angels reap, The tears that form the river road, To heaven.” She longs for the angel of light to take her to heaven. The classical and contemporary instruments compliment each other; the use of the harpsichord one of my favourite inclusions.

An electric guitar and the drums start at a gallop on “Sacrifício (Sacrifice)”, an invitation for the weary to come to Jesus who will dry their tears. If I had to position Angel’s Fire on the symphonic metal spectrum, I’d place this Brazilian band somewhere between Cellar Darling – their song “Avalanche” comes to mind, and Ignea, a Ukrainian band that recorded their song “Alga” with a symphonic orchestra. Continue reading »

Mar 292018

The Brazilian Symphonic Metal band Angel’s Fire recently released their first album in little more than 10 years of career, called “O Conto”.

“O Conto” was recorded between 2016 and 2017 in Mr. Prog’s studio, with production by Nenel Lucena and Israel Lira and mixing/mastering by Mr. Prog studio. The album features 11 tracks mainly composed by guitarist Israel Lira and despite he’s more symphonic background, he also permeates Power Metal, with influences varying from names like Nightwish, Epica, Stratovarius, Sonata Arctica and others. Continue reading »