lunes, 1 de octubre de 2018

Spiral Skies (Sweden)

Spiral Skies (Sweden)

Spiral Skies was formed in Stockholm in spring 2014. Consisting of musicians with different musical influences they found themselves sharing the same passion for the 70´s genuine rock and heavy metal music, which led to a creative songwriting progress that developed into something that can only be described as “On other planets kinda rock”.

In fall 2014 the band released their first single “Wizard´s Ball”, which also reincarnated into a music video. Short after, the band recorded their debut EP “A Queendom to Come” live in their rehearsal room. It was released 28th Feb 2015, in a few numbers of cassettes and CD: s, and also thru Spotify and Bandcamp, where the international listeners drew attention to the unknown Swedish orchestra. Meanwhile, the Swedish rock magazine Close up Magazine released the track “Left is right and right is left behind” as a following single in one of their magazines.

The release of “A Queendom to Come” resulted in several live shows, and the band started to get attention in the local scene for their performances. The band kept on writing new songs, and in 29th of Feb 2016 - exactly a year after the first EP was released - the band released the single "Event Horizon" containing the two songs "Shattered Hopes" and "Event Horizon" recorded in Soundtrade studios, Stockholm.

In Summer 2016 the orchestra performed a few live shows, whilst focusing on songwriting. In the beginning of the fall they found themselves having the musical fragments that was meant to be, and had to be – featured on the upcoming debut album.

Hence, Spiral Skies are currently once again occupied with recording in Studio Radioskugga 2.0, and the rest is to come...

"Spiral Skies recently joined forces with German label AOP Records and will release their debut album "Blues for a Dying Planet" 18th of May 2018"

T. "Spiral Skies is a new band that really offers something different to that bands have accustomed us in this line. Very good sound and much better voice of Frida."