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Ignea released first single and video for the second album “The Realms of Fire and Death”

by Kathrin Franke-Mois

Ignea, a Ukrainian metal band blending modern sound, symphonic, oriental, and progressive vibes, released first single and video “Disenchantment” for the second album “The Realms of Fire and Death”.

Watch “Disenchantment” — a song from the upcoming album “The Realms of Fire and Death” that will be out on April 17.

 

You can now Pre-Order the new album.
CD, vinyls (limited), cassettes, exclusive merch including t-shirts, hoodies, beanies, patches, the book of tales, and even incense sticks are there for you!
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Here are a few interesting words from the band about the new album.

The Realms of Fire and Death is a concept album with strong story-telling, metaphors, symbols, and is accompanied by a book of short tales incorporating the lyrics of each song. It is divided into three major parts, each consisting of 3 songs. Songs of each part are outlining a certain separate story, bringing the themes of fire and death from various perspectives.

Ignea means “flaming” in the feminine. Making an album related to fire was only a matter of time and proper inspiration. Reading the tales accompanying the album will totally change your perspective and perception of our music. With the new album, we want to tell people various stories that are imaginary but can evoke associations. We are balancing between the fairy-tale and brutality as if these were two parts of one thing.

Musically, “The Realms of Fire and Death” is a modern-sounding metal having the dynamics of shifting from lighter to more brutal parts, and yet, preserving the melodic part. While earlier we were working in a symphonic direction, the melodic part in the new album is executed through using various synths and electronic sounds.
For the first time, we created a song “Чорне Полум’я” (Chorne Polumia) in our mother tongue, Ukrainian. On the album, this song also comes in an English version as a bonus. Apart from the original tracks, the album also contains a cover for “Í Tokuni” by the Faroese singer-songwriter Eivør.
Thank you for believing in us. Our new chapter is starting…
Much love,
IGNEA

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