SYMPHONITY – new single „Prisoner“ out now!

We are proud to announce today’s release of the second digital single from the upcoming SYMPHONITY album „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“. The song is called „Marco Polo Part 8: Prisoner“ and it is available on all digital platforms worldwide!

Check it out here.
You can PRE-ORDER the album here.

SYMPHONITY – new single coming soon!

It’s almost there! Mark April 14th in your calendar, because on this date, we will release the second single from the upcoming SYMPHONITY album „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“. The song is called „Marco Polo Part 8: Prisoner“ and it will be available on all digital platforms worldwide!

You can PRE-ORDER the album here.

SYMPHONITY want to say thank you

SYMPHONITY want to say thank you to all the great people working with them on their new album:

„Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“ was mixed and mastered in the famous Finnvox Studios, namely by Mikko Karmila and Mika Jusilla, some of the most experienced men in their field who worked with such great names like Nightwish, Stratovarius, Children Of Bodom and many others.

Finnvox Studios was always a mark of a great sound quality in the metal world and it is a real honor for us that we could mix and master our album right here along with other famous bands making their records here. We really enjoyed the cooperation which was professional and without any problems.

There are also some very special guests who contributed to the album, such as Marek „Ashok“ Šmerda (Cradle Of Filth), Herbie Langhans (Avantasia, Firewind), Jana Hrochová (National Theatre Brno), Billy Jeffs (Memories Of Old).

You may remember Martin „Marthus“ Škaroupka (Cradle of Filth) and Olaf Hayer (Luca Turilli, Dionysus) as the former SYMPHONITY members who recorded previous studio albums (Voice From The Silence in 2008, King Of Persia in 2016). The album will be released ten years after the sudden death of the former band’s bass player Tomáš Čelechovský.

Look for audio samples, videos and pre-order here.

SYMPHONITY „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“ PRE-ORDER up now!

The upcoming SYMPHONITY album „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“ (May 20th) can now be pre-ordered via the band’s webshop or bandcamp! The special edition jewelcase CD comes in slipcase with 2-sided poster, artwork sticker and CD only bonus tracks.

 

Look for audio samples, videos and pre-order here:

 

This is the official „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“ tracklist:

 

Part 1: Venezia
Part 2: Crimson Silk
Part 3: The Plague
Part 4: Love Theme
Part 5: Mongols
Part 6: Dreaming of Home
Part 7: I Found My Way Back Home
Part 8: Prisoner
Part 9: Venezia Finale

Bonus Tracks (CD version only):
Part 5: Mongols (orchestral version)
Part 6: Dreaming of Home (orchestral version)
Part 7: I Found My Way Back Home (orchestral version)

 

SYMPHONITY releases new video!

This is the brand new lyric video for Symphonity’s new single „Marco Polo Part 3: The Plague“ from the upcoming album „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“, out on May 20th!

 

SYMPHONITY reveals artwork for „Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack“

This is the front cover artwork from the upcoming SYMPHONITY conceptual album “Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack” (out on May 20th), created by Dušan Marković (Dragony, FireWölfe, Jag Panzer) and showing a battle-ready and fierce horde of mongolian warriors on horseback.

SYMPHONITY – new album annoucement

We are proud to announce the third studio album by Symphonic Power Metallics SYMPHONITY called “Marco Polo: The Metal Soundtrack” which will be released on May 20th. The album will be released also in Japan (May 18th) and USA (June 24th).

The new release is a conceptual album which tells the life story of Venetian merchant Marco Polo whose travels to the Far East became legendary. From the musical side, it’s SYMPHONITY’s hardest, fastest and the most symphonic album so far. Moreover, it is spiced with many ethnic instruments from the Middle and Far East which gives a specific sound to each of the songs. On the other hand there are also some ballads on the album. So as a whole, it sounds balanced and colorful.


Beam me up Scotty!