Sep 092017
 

The Christian metal opera Enzo And The Glory Ensemble have released a new music video ‘Psalm 133’. The song features guest vocals of Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land). The song appears on the upcoming album “In the Name of the Son”. Check out the trailer below.

“In The Name Of The Son” is the sophomore album of Enzo Donnarumma‘s project and confirms the stellar line-up “The Glory Esemble” of the first record, including Marty Friedman (ex Megadeth), Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land), Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear), Mark Zonder (Fates Warning, Warlord, Graham Bonnet Band), Gary Wehrkamp & Brian Ashland (Shadow Gallery), David Brown (Metatrone) and many more.

Enzo Donnarumma‘s sound explores and unifies different genres: prog metal, classical music, symphonic soundtrack, musical, ethnic music, world music. The new concept “In the Name of the Son” delivers a gospel metal sound thanks to the “Weza Moza Gospel Choir” from Congo, and follows up the critically acclaimed “In The Name of The Father” by pursuing the “sign of the cross” chronology. Continue reading »

Sep 022017
 

The Christian metal opera Enzo And The Glory Ensemble will release a new music video ‘Psalm 133’ on September 8th. The song features guest vocals of Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land). The song appears on the upcoming album “In the Name of the Son”. Check out the trailer below.

“In The Name Of The Son” is the sophomore album of Enzo Donnarumma‘s project and confirms the stellar line-up “The Glory Esemble” of the first record, including Marty Friedman (ex Megadeth), Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land), Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear), Mark Zonder (Fates Warning, Warlord, Graham Bonnet Band), Gary Wehrkamp & Brian Ashland (Shadow Gallery), David Brown (Metatrone) and many more.

Enzo Donnarumma‘s sound explores and unifies different genres: prog metal, classical music, symphonic soundtrack, musical, ethnic music, world music. The new concept “In the Name of the Son” delivers a gospel metal sound thanks to the “Weza Moza Gospel Choir” from Congo, and follows up the critically acclaimed “In The Name of The Father” by pursuing the “sign of the cross” chronology. Continue reading »