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Italy's Aevum signs with Maple Metal Records to release new album ‘Dischronia’, details and teaser revealed!
Hailing from Turin, Italy, 8-member Symphonic metallers Aevum have signed with Canadian label Maple Metal Records to release their sophomore full-length album ‘Dischronia’ on March 17th worldwide. As part of the deal Maple Metal Records will re-distribute the band’s 2014 debut album ‘Impressions’, plus previously released material from the band’s two EP's “Celestial Angels” (2008) and “Nova Vita” (2012).
‘Dischronia’ was recorded and produced at Aurora Recording Studio by Hannodamalj Production. The album was mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni (Vision Divine, Ancient Bards, ElvenKing) at Domination Studio, in the Republic of San Marino. The artwork for 'Dischronia' was created by Erick Vaghi of OneBlindEye Design, along with a partnership from Ronin Agency, Italy.
Aevum are known for their theatrical Live Shows, and have toured all over Europe with Haggard, Vision Divine, Blaze Bayley (ex-Iron Maiden), and performed at various Metal Festivals in Italy, since their inception. Aevum also performed at last years Metalhead Meeting Festival in Bucharest, Romania, that included such bands as Eluveitie, Delain, Dragonforce, Rotting Christ and Kreator.
Indiegogo 2017 Campaign: A New Aevum Era is ready to begin! Get more information here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/aevum-the-elements-a-new-journey-video-music#/
A teaser for the Track "Elements" from ‘Dischronia’ is streaming online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW4gWs4qXoU
Formed in 2008, Aevum‘s music is in perpetual inclination towards the union between the human being and the divine, between opposites, male and female, positive and negative, in a genre that is a bond between the neo-classical and gothic metal worlds. Aevum‘s debut album “Impressions” was released in October 2014, via Fuel Records. Their sophomore full-length album ‘Dischronia’ will come out on March 17th worldwide via Maple Metal Records.
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