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Hidden Lapse - "The Letter 0" (audio)

Το τραγούδι των Hidden Lapse "The Letter 0" από το album "Butterflies"
Band: Hidden Lapse
Country of origin: Italy
Location: Fabriano
Formed in: 2011
Years active: 2011-present

Audio: "The Letter 0"
Album: "Butterflies"
Type: Full length
Release date: May 31st, 2019
Label: Rockshots Records
Produced by: Marco Ricco
Mixed by: Francesco Pellegrini
Mastered by: Francesco Pellegrini

Track listing:
01. Dead Jester
02. Third
03. The Letter 0
04. Stone Mask
05. Glitchers
06. Grim Poet
07. Sleeping Beauty Syndrome
08. Cruel Enigma
09. Dust
+ Bonus Track "Silent Sacrifice (rearmed)"

Band members:
Alessia Marchigiani - Vocals
Marco Ricco - Guitars, Vocals
Romina Pantanetti - Bass
Alessio Monacelli - Drums

Δελτίο τύπου: «Italy's power-progressive metal Hidden Lapse are thrilled to announce the details and the cover art of the sophomore album “Butterflies“, coming out in spring 2019 via Rockshots Records. Band and label already teamed up in the release of the debut album "Redemption", first step of the band into the global market. The new album “Butterflies” is an aggressive and melancholic female fronted power prog album, with ethereal vocals, abrasive riffing and pounding drums.»

Hidden Lapse: «We are all "Butterflies". Our lives spring into each other, too fast. This album puts us behind the eyes of eight unique anti-heroes and victims of our time, who don’t belong here though. "Butterflies" is all about being trapped in recursive routines and still in the outside.»

Marco Ricco: «"The Letter 0" talks about isolation in the digital world and it is purposely left unclear if they share any link, as it would be like having the same character or introducing two sides of a coin.

The song is powerful, harmonic and solid, with a bit of contemporary keys enhancing the "modern" mood. Rhythm-wise, it is probably one of the most dynamic songs in the album.

With many tonal changes, a catchy and raging chorus and the sublime feature of David Brown (Metatrone, NefeshCore) on the keyboards solo, ramping up and down until the soaring guitar lead, the song evolves on a perpetual state in between cliffhanging and resolution, until the crude and violent ending.»

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