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Paralydium - "Within The Sphere" (guitar playthrough)

Το βίντεο των Paralydium για το "Within The Sphere" από το album "Wolds Beyond"
Προ πενταετίας δημιουργήθηκαν στην Σουηδία οι The Paralydium Project από δύο εν' ενεργεία (Jonathan Olsson, Georg Härnsten Egg) κι ένα πρώην (John Berg) μέλος των Dynazty. Την ίδια χρονιά κυκλοφόρησαν το ντεμπούτο τους, το ομότιτλο ep. Πέρυσι μετονομάσθηκαν σε (σκέτο) Paralydium και συνεχίζουν ακάθεκτοι για τον πρώτο "ολοκληρωμένο" τους δίσκο, ο οποίος φέρει τον τίτλο "Wolds Beyond" κι αναμένεται σε λίγες ημέρες...

Bio: «It's fair to say that there are few bands that can or will match their deliverance of melodic, rhytmichal and powerful songs. Sweden’s Paralydium was founded by John Berg (originally The Paralydium Project) with a vision to create an innovative mixture of hard hitting heavy riffs, melodical landscapes and rhytmical grooves, he soon began to set the machinery in motion.

Gathering Sweden's most accomplished musicians, they recorded three songs and released their self-titled EP in October 2015 which put them on the map in the world of progressive metal. With influences from the prog elite, Paralydium created a unique sound combining all their elements which best could be described as a journey that takes you through space and time.

After receiving nice reviews and appraisals for the EP, it was understood that it was high time for a follow up. The writing process began shortly after the release and it took almost four years before completion. Their long awaited full-length album is tentatively set for release early 2020.»

Δελτίο τύπου: «Continuing in their ongoing quest to release albums by the most inventive and exciting prog musicians they can find, Frontiers Music Srl is thrilled to announce the addition of Sweden's Paralydium to the label. It’s fair to say that there are few bands that can or will match Paralydium's delivery of melodic, rhythmical, and powerful songs.

Their album, "Wolds Beyond" will showcase this very claim. Initially known as "The Paralydium Project”, the band hails from Sweden and is an epic­ progressive metal combo founded by guitarist John Berg with a vision to create an innovative mixture of hard hitting heavy riffs, textured landscapes, and powerful grooves.

Their sound takes you through space and time for an experience beyond the borders of your mind. With influences ranging from Symphony X and Pagan’s Mind to Seventh Wonder and Dream Theater, Paralydium have created their own sound and expertly crafted melodies into a ‘best of both worlds’ sound. T

he Paralydium Project EP was released in October 2015 causing a stir in the community. Quite simply, Paralydium's new album, "Wolds Beyond" is going to be one of THE progressive metal albums of 2020!»

John Berg: «The writing process for this album started soon after our first release back in 2015. When the songs really started to come together, I began to feel that they had a certain interplay with each other which got me thinking on making this a conceptual album.

The real challenge was to integrate all the elements, put the pieces together. As a result, the outcome is something more than just an ordinary album, just wait and you will see. Our music crosses many borders in terms of styles, so we believe that Paralydium and Frontiers will be a great team.»

Band: Paralydium
Country of origin: Sweden
Location: Stockholm
Formed in: 2015
Genre: Progressive Metal
Years active: 2015-2019 (as The Paralydium Project), 2019-present

Video: "Within The Sphere"
Album: "Wolds Beyond"
Type: Full length
Release date: May 8th, 2020
Label: Frontiers Music srl

Track listing:
1. Enter Paralydium
2. Within The Sphere
3. Synergy
4. Finding The Paragon
5. Crystal Of Infinity
6. Awakening
7. The Source
8. Into Divinity
9. Seeker Of The Light

Band members:
John Berg ­- Guitars
Georg Härnsten Egg ­- Drums
Jonathan Olsson -­ Bass
Mikael Blanc ­- Keys
Mikael Sehlin -­ Vocals

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