Visions of Atlantis, Ye Banished Privateers & Ad Infinitum @ Backstage, Munich, Postponed
31. December 2022 @ 19:00 - 23:00€28,00
A journey that will take you into the breathtaking depths of the Symphonic Metal.
Visions of Atlantis have set their creative sails higher than ever! The maritime discovery journey of the symphonic metal quintett featuring exceptional singer Clémentine Delauney is brilliantly linked to their globally successful 2018 masterpiece “The Deep & The Dark”. “Wanderers” has everything, is everything and therefore can do everything. Whether epic, romantic, mysterious, dark, powerful, emotional, intimate, passionate, exotic, melodic or poetic – these fantastic songs are and always will be unforgettable. The deeply touching male-female vocal duets of Delauney and Michele Guaitoli captivate. Thematically, the album is a fabulous trip around the globe that could also be celebrated in your own heart, with exciting, unruly eventful stories about vast seas and oceans, always on the very best course for self-discovery. You can easily hear it from every note played and every octave sung: Visions of Atlantis feel completely free and give their art a correspondingly wild pulse. But in everything, the heart of the band is just as free and open as when they discover and learn, ultimately becoming an even greater self.
Straight from the creation laboratory, Ad Infinitum is an addictive mixture of powerful metal riffs and beautiful symphonic orchestrations guided by a voice that can caress the ears of an angel or wake up the demons. Those ingredients will transport you into another era. From there, will you be able to come back?
Born from Melissa’s desire to create her own music through a solo project, Ad Infinitum came to life in November 2018 with the release of its first single called “I Am The Storm”. Not long after, the solo project evolved into a real band when Melissa Bonny recruited three talented musicians, Niklas Müller, Jonas Asplind and Adrian Theßenvitz.
Ye Banished Privateers takes you 300 years back in time for an imaginary journey through the harsh life at sea during the early 18th century. With songs inspired by traditional Irish and Scandinavian folk music, acting and elaborate historical clothing the privateers tell a story about the rough sailor’s life, lived on the other side of the law– and the fight against oppression and nationalism.
Together, the nearly 30 crew members take turns to go on tour and plunder, and with around a dozen sailors on stage no two shows are ever the same. The mix of rude folk and punk music invites you to dance and sing along, while the gripping ballads will make the toughest pirate heart soft.
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