Dec 242013
 

Vandroya_bandA video clip of the Brazilian female-fronted progressive power metal band Vandroya performing an acoustic version of the song ‘No Oblivion For Eternity’ can be seen below.

The band said the following:

‘2013 was remarkable for Vandroya. We released our first album, we entered into incredible partnerships and received so much support from you that words are not enough to thank you guys. So we went into studio and prepared an acoustic version of ‘No Oblivion For Eternity’  for you, with a simple homemade video but done with love. Thank you for helping us make the year of 2013 one of the best years of our lives. Welcome 2014!’

The track comes off the group’s debut album, “One”, which was released on January 18 via Inner Wound Recordings. The Japanese edition of the album was made available on December 19, 2012 through Spiritual Beast and the Brazilian edition followed on February 4 via Voice Music. The CD artwork was created by Felipe Machado Franco [Blind Guardian, Rhapsody Of Fire, Iced Earth] and can also be seen below.

Our review of Vandroya‘s album One can be found at this location.

Vandroya is one of the best-kept secrets from Brazil, led by the fantastic vocalist Daísa Munhoz [Soulspell]. According to a press release, the band “should be a perfect fit for fans of Kamelot, Symphony X, Angra and Sonata Artica.

Track listing:
01. All Becomes One
02. The Last Free Land
03. No Oblivion For Eternity
04. Within Shadows
05. Anthem (For The Sun)
06. Why Should We Say Goodbye?
07. Change The Tide
08. When Heaven Decides To Call
09. This World Of Yours
10. Solar Night

Band members:
Daísa Munhoz – Vocals
Marco Lambert – Guitar
Rodolfo Pagotto – Guitar
Giovanni Perlati – Bass
Otávio Nuñez – Drums

Weblinks: Facebook / Website / Twitter

Video below ‘No Oblivion For Eternity’

Related Articles:
Soulspell – Hollow’s Gathering [Album Review]
Interview With ‘Heleno Vale’ Of ‘Soulspell’ [Nov. 2012]
Vandroya – One [Album Review]
‘Vandroya’ New Song Available For Streaming ‘The Last Free Land’ [Dec. 2012]
‘Vandroya’ Music Video Released For ‘Why Should We Say Goodbye?’ [May 2013]

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