Hi guys, thank you for being here with us. First of all, could you tell us a little bit about how your band was born?
“Hi, thank you for inviting us! The idea was born by our singer Zaira in 2018. The genre’s choice wasn’t well defined yet, but, with the writing, we managed to give a style to our compositions.”
Interesting! Can you describe us your music style?
“Of course! Our music is a combination of black, folk, celtic and death metal influences. We wanted to combine all the styles that belong to us to create our musical identity. The most inspiring groups are: Amon Amarth, Arkona, Arch Enemy.”
Talking about your first album “Faerenus”, could you tell us more about it?
““Faeranus” it’s our first album that sees the writing process made only by one person, Zaira. It’s an emotionally and complex album that tells and explores the topic of depression through different places and times. All the songs evoke an emotion and, for this reason, each song is stylistically different from the other. It was a very intense and immersive process that we all took to heart bringing, during our live shows, the message that “there is a way out from depression”.”
You’ve played in several festivals and made several tours. Is there any event you remember in particular?
“We’re proud to have shared the stage with Heidevolk on their Italian mini tour. Also, we played at Sinistro Fest in 2018 with bands like Wind Rose and Domine, and at Pagan Fest in 2020 with Furor Gallico. They were unforgettable moments for our band.”
Speaking of your second and last album “Apocryphal”, can you tell us something more about it?
“”Apocryphal” is an album that tells the story of Lilith, a little known or misunderstood figure. After being documented all-around, we created a storyline that tells all the choices, abuses and decisions that see protagonist Lilith, giving her the voice of woman, mother, goddess and creating a parallel between the spiritual entity and the human one.”
Is there a song you like to play live?&
“There are several! But if we had to choose one, we would say “Brigante se more” by Eugenio Bennato. It’s a song that particularly touches us, since we’re attached to our land. We revisited this song in no time and, right from the start, we felt that this song belonged to us particularly.”
In the end would you like to say something to your fans?
“We would like to say sincerely thank you to all our listeners for their support over the years and we look forward to see you again 🙂 Thanks.”