Jul 282019
 

The Brazilian symphonic metal band Perpetual Legacy just revealed on their social networks the cover artwork of the new single, which will be released on August 7th.

The song named ‘119 – Theme Of My Songs’ was recorded at Estúdio Melodia with production, mixing and mastering by Arthur Inácio. Carlos Fides of ArtSide Studio created the cover art.  .

‘119 – Theme Of My Songs’ will be available in all digital platforms on August 7th and will soon be released as a lyric video. In this recording the band had the participation of Gustavo Magalhães (Dark Avenger, Vougan) on bass and Renan Costa (Soul Factor) on drums, which brilliantly contributed to make possible the desired result. Continue reading »

Jan 012018
 

‘Castle Fort’ – a simple homage in celebration of 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, written in 1529 by Martin Luther, performed now by Brazilian Symphonic Metal band Perpetual Legacy.

‘Perpetual Legacy’ debut album “A New Symphony For Him” has been released in August of 2015 through Metal Survivor. Continue reading »

Oct 022016
 

a_new_symphony_for_himFounded in the early 2014 as a Symphonic Metal project, Vocalist Michelle Rodovalho and bassist Matheus Maia orchestrated the Brazilian Symphonic Metal band, Perpetual Legacy. The duo eventually went on recruiting the rest of the members and got guitarist Bruno Souza, keyboardist Rafael Lobo and drummer Gabriel Pedroso joined the ranks. The newly formed group started working on their debutant album, “A New Symphony for Him” which was released in the fall of 2015 under the record label Metal Survivor.

The Band list Epica, Nigthwish and After Forever as some of its influences and is abundantly clear that their music although inspired is crisp and ingenious. The female lead vocals trademarks or rather stereotypes the symphonic metal genre as we know. But the inventive and progressive song arrangements on their debut album clearly adds more flavour to the genre and gives it a new dimension. A very modern yet folk sound is heard on deeper listening. Did I mention the bands love for Jesus Christ? Oh yes this is Christian Symphonic Metal that we are talking about.

The album opens with an instrumental song “Lost In Darkness” as it marks the onset of a spiritual heavy metal ride. It almost sounds like a movie score and closes out to start “Looking For The Endless Light”. The tempo of the album picks up with this song, and we are introduced to the beautiful voice of Michelle, the verses go hand in hand with the guitar chops, the melodic keys that are heard in the background gives the song a very gothic element. Michelle holds her voice well and has a pretty impressive tone. Continue reading »

Feb 152016
 

PL_logoBrazilian Symphonic Metal Band ‘Perpetual Legacy’ just released an acoustic cover version of Evanescence’s ‘Going Under’. It was released on September 9, 2003, as the second single from their debut album “Fallen.”  Written by Amy Lee, David Hodges and Ben Moody. The video can be seen below.

According to Amy Lee, ‘Going Under’ is about recovering from an abusive relationship, which she has stated in a number of interviews. In an interview with MTV News, Lee further explained the meaning and the inspiration behind the song,

“The lyrics are about coming out of a bad relationship, and when you’re at the end of your rope, when you’re at the point where you realize something has to change, that you can’t go on living in the situation that you’re in. It’s cool. It’s a very strong song. Continue reading »

Sep 012015
 

PL_logo‘Looking for the Endless Light’ is the first music video from Perpetual Legacy. The song is taken from their debut album “A New Symphony For Him” the album has been released late last month through Metal Survivor.

The album was recorded in Broadband Studio with production of Caio Duartebetween February and March of this year and contains 11 tracks. The cover art (below) was made by Carlos Fides from Artside Studio.

Brazil is a country best know for being a pole of bands from aggressive styles, but fortunately there are several examples of great bands that walk in different ways, bands like Stauros, Maestah, Crossrock and many others.  Continue reading »