Jul 192017
 

Brazilian metallers Shadowside, who feature in their ranks Swedish bass player Magnus Rosén (ex-Hammerfall), have released the official music video for the song ‘Alive’. The track is the first single from the new Shadowside album, “Shades Of Humanity”, which was recorded and produced in Sweden byFredrik Nordström (Arch Enemy, Hammerfall, Evergrey, In Flames, Dream Evil) and Henrik Udd (ArchitectsDimmu Borgir, Dream Evil, Arch Enemy).

The ‘Alive’ clip was produced and shot at Adrenaline Studios in Orlando, Florida by director of photography Daniel Stilling, known for his works in “The Martian” film and “Criminal Minds” series.

Alive” is not only a music video, it is a short film that features the power of resilience represented by the four elements of nature, where the band members Dani Nolden (Air), Magnus Rosén (Earth), Raphael Mattos (fire) and Fabio Buitvidas (water) experience situations of life and death, at the edge of impending disasters. Will they be able to fight for their lives? Continue reading »

Jun 282017
 

Brazilian/Swedish metallers Shadowside will release their new album, “Shades Of Humanity”, in Japan on July 26 via Spiritual Beast, in North America/Europe on July 28 via EMP Label Group (the U.S.-based label of Megadeth bassist David Ellefson), and in Brazil on September 4 via Furia Music.

“Shades Of Humanity” explores deep subjects such as depression, abortion, the Mariana Dam disaster in Brazil and mankind’s moral values, branching out in musical ways nobody expected while still keeping their heavy guitar riffs and catchy melodies. Continue reading »

Jul 312016
 

dani_nolden_3025_dc0Dani Nolden of Brazilian female-fronted metallers Shadowside reported the following update regarding their upcoming album:

“The recordings of the new Shadowside album went really well! I know I’m biased but I honestly think it sounds AWESOME! It is everything that I ever wanted to record in my career – it’s heavy, modern, even though it’s 80’s influenced, it has beautiful melodies, but I was able to do some of the most aggressive vocals that I’ve ever done, and I can’t wait to see it released and available to you all. I’m very proud of it and I think you will all love it just as much as I do!”

“While it’s not released, check out Shadowside‘s official page to watch a few videos of the recordings so you can have an idea of how everything is sounding!” Continue reading »

Jul 182016
 

shadowside_logo_e7dBrazilian female-fronted metallers Shadowside recently released a new band photo, check it out below:

Shadowside are proud to announce the endorsement agreement with ENGL amplifiers, whose family of artists include names such as Steve Morse, Paul Stanley (Kiss), Marty Friedman, Ritchie Blackmore, Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy), Andre Olbrich (Blind Guardian) and Michael Romeo (Symphony X).

Guitarist Raphael Mattos will use the Fireball amp, which is already being used on the recordings of Shadowside‘s new album.

The band is already reunited with producer Fredrik Nordström (Arch Enemy, Evergrey, Bring me the Horizon, Hammerfall, Architects) at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden, where they are in the recording process of the new material, which will mark the official debut of Swedish bass player Magnus Rosén (ex-Hammerfall) as a member of Shadowside. 

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Oct 052015
 

Magnus RosénBrazilian female-fronted metallers Shadowside have announced the addition of Swedish bassist Magnus Rosén (ex-Hammerfall) to the group’s ranks.

Magnus was part of Hammerfall from 1997 to 2007, during which time he did several world tours and recorded several albums with the band. He also worked on music with Jorn Lande (ex-Masterplan) and Tony Martin (ex-Black Sabbath).

Rosén, who just released his tenth solo CD titled “The World Changes”, says: “I’ve been away from the metal stage for more than eight years! Metal has a very nice energy that I miss and love, and I think Shadowside has just that kind of nice metal that fits my style! And at the same time I always liked Brazil/South America. After nine times with mixed Hammerfall tours and solo bass tours in this part of world, I know for sure of my feelings and I am looking forward to join the band Shadowside. So when I was asked to join and play with Shadowside, so was the desire great to once again set a high volume, smoke, light, and good metal music. The band have nice feelings in the metal music that I like. I got few new song ideas from the band and I think these songs and music are powerful and will be loved by the people out there. So I can’t wait to get the wheels moving forward with the band.” Continue reading »