Visionatica Announce New Album

After signing onto Frontiers Records, German symphonic outfit Visionatica have announced their sophomore album, Enigma Fire. The band ensures that the new album will be a new and improved experience from their debut, Force of Luna, which surfaced in 2016.

Here’s what lead vocalist Tamara Amedov has to say about it:
“We had a clear goal in mind and wanted to breathe life into the new album. It has more fire and the oriental Balkan influences also spice it up. All of us in the band have learned a lot since our debut and developed our musical skills considerably. The new album is epic and dark!”

Along with the album announcement, the band has also released the first single: ‘The Pharaoh’.

Visionatica – The Pharaoh (Frontiers)

Fans of Within Temptation’s old stuff and the symphonic/melodic/gothic realm of metal will surely get a kick out of Visionatica. Make sure to check out Enigma Fire when it comes out on 12 July!

01. Amari Sudbina Kali (Intro)
02. The Pharaoh
03. Fear
04. Roxana, The Great
05. Dance Of Fire
06. To The Fallen Roma
07. Incomplete
08. Secrets Of The Ancestors
09. Rise From The Ashes

If you want to preorder the album, click this link.
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