Vivaldi Metal Project is working on their sophomore All-Star album, which will feature a larger cast of world-classmusicians than ever before! Vivaldi Metal Project reported the following:
We are extremely excited to announce that we have completed the mixing of our newest album, “EpiClassica“!
A special thank you goes out to our amazing sound engineer Ivan Moni Bidin at Artesonika Recording Studio, who has worked tirelessly to make this moment happen. This enormous body of work that he engineered includes up to 192 audio tracks per song. An amazing accomplishment featuring so many incredible musicians!
A huge thank you to everyone for supporting us and those who have given to our gogetfunding campaign. We can’t thank you enough and we couldn’t do it without you! We can’t wait to share “EpiClassica” with you!
There’s still time to be apart of this newest album. By heading to the link below you can pre-order our album along with special prizes: gogetfunding.com/vmp2
Mistheria – Ivan Moni Bidin – Fransesco Corapi
The new Vivaldi Metal Project album will not only feature classical masterworks by Vivaldi, but the works of other great composers such as Chopin, Mozart, Bach, Fauré, Schubert, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, Beethoven, Albinoni, Paganini, and more.
While based on classical themes, these songs will be largely composed of original material, representative of Vivaldi Metal Project’s symphonic-metal style.
“EpiClassica” will feature a larger cast of world-classmusicians than ever before! To name a few: Mike Portnoy (ex Dream Theater), Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth), Chris Caffery (Savatage), Karin Monserratt (Slaverty band), Mattia Martin (Bad Ass), Wanda Ortiz (The Iron Maidens), Emma Zoldan (Sirenia), Jo Amore (Kingcrown), Rolf Pilve (Stratovarius) and many others.
As on the band’s previous album “The Four Seasons”, all songs will include vocalists, band, orchestra and choir, as well as a featured cast of internationally-recognized metal and classical artists.
The band’s first record revolved around the concept of the various “seasons” of the human life – from birth to death. As a continuation of the last, this new album will explore the “seasons” of our emotional experience as human beings – from joys to sorrows and from frailty to deep strength. Each song creates a rich musical tapestry expressing the “colours” of raw human emotion, while weaving a common thread throughout the album.