Machina Viva Wolverine

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2016

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
19.11.2019

Label: Sensory

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Modern Rock

Interpret: Wolverine

Das Album enthält Albumcover

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  • 1The Bedlam Overture14:39
  • 2Machina05:17
  • 3Pile Of Ash04:17
  • 4Our Last Goodbye07:44
  • 5Pledge07:50
  • 6When The Night Comes07:45
  • 7Nemesis09:20
  • 8Sheds06:50
  • Total Runtime01:03:42

Info zu Machina Viva

Ihr Debüt veröffentlichten die Schweden bereits 1999 und seither haben sie sich konsequent der Auslotung der Grenzen des Metal-Genres verschrieben. Innovation und Ambitionen: Wolverine bringen's zusammen.

-Machina Via-, das erste Album seit 5 Jahren, Nachfolger von -Communication Lost-, lädt den Hörer in die dunkel-melodiösen Ecken Wolverine's Klangspektrum ein. Es ist ohne Zweifel das dynamischste Album in der Geschichte der Band. Songs wie das 14minütige -The Bedlam Overture- das mit elektronischen Klanglandschaften überbordende Machina- bis hinzu den reduzierten, organisch anmutenden -Pile of Ash- und -Sheds- untermauern die Behauptung, dass Wolverine mit -Machina Via- den nächsten Schritt mit aller Konsequenz zu gehen bereit sind.

Aufgenommen in Schweden im Winter 2015/2016 wurde das Album von Christian 'Moschus' Moos (Delain, Haken) im Spacelab Studio gemischt. Mastering dann durch den Grammy Gewinner Bob Katz.

Ein Album das alle Fans von Katatonia, Anekdoten und Anathema anspricht.

Wolverine:
Stefan Zell, vocals
Jonas Jonsson, guitars
Per Henriksson, keyboards
Thomas Jansson, bass
Marcus Losbjer, drums




Wolverine
Swedish progressive band Wolverine was formed in 1995 by vocalist Stefan Zell and drummer Marcus Losbjer. Initially the band was all about death metal, but they soon allowed a more melodic approach to influence their heavy sound. Since the release of their first EP (Fervent Dream) in 1999, Wolverine has pushed out of the metal-boundaries and evolved through inventiveness and explorative ambition, now incorporating a wider spectrum of musical elements into their own progressive sound. Today Wolverine are Per Henriksson (keyboards), Marcus Losbjer (drums), Thomas Jansson (bass), Jonas Jonsson (guitars) and Stefan Zell (vocals).

Wolverine was the first band on the bill of the first edition of the ProgPower festival (Europe) in 1999. Since then the band has performed at that festival several times with great acclaim. In 2006 the band did a short UK tour supporting Anathema. Wolverine's first US appearance was at the ProgPower USA festival in 2013. Besides playing a regular heavy set on the main stage of the festival, a special stripped down set was also performed to an overwhelming response.

This year Machina Viva will be released. The album is a natural progression from their last album Communication Lost, inviting the listener into the melodic yet dark and moody world of Wolverine. Machina Viva is perhaps the band's most dynamic album to date; from the 14-minute epic and powerful "The Bedlam Overture" and the dark electronic landscapes of "Machina", to the naked and organic nature of "Pile of Ash" and "Sheds". Machina Viva is the next step in Wolverine's explorations in the progressive field.

Machina Viva was recorded and produced by Wolverine on various locations in Sweden during autumn and winter 2015/2016. The album was mixed at Spacelab Studio (Germany) by Christian "Moschus" Moos (Everon, Haken, Delain, Cloverseeds), and mastered by Grammy Award winning audio engineer Bob Katz.



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