NEVARIA starts with “Finally Free” into cosmic Female Fronted Symphonic Metal spheres
Since the end of October 2019 the successful debut album “Finally Free” of Germany’s Symphonic Metal newcomer band NEVARIA is available via Dr. Music Records.
On November 22nd, 2019 the title song was released as a single along with a music video, in which vocalist Tanja Schneider (ex-Dawn Of Destiny) as well as her band consisting of keyboard player Markus Spiethaler, guitarist Kim Wölfel, bassist Kevin Deese and drummer Alexander Dahlen show what they are really made of. With dynamic drumming, a perceptibly powerful bass and graceful keyboard melodies which are completed by the vivid, brilliant vocals of the front lady, the new single is absolutely convincing.
In the entertaining music video that they produced together with Roland Eichler of Imagefabrik (Serious Black, Hydra, Sariola), NEVARIA take the audience into a situation of life in which events moved ahead with breakneck speed. In which you simply can’t get ahead with many good intentions and ideas because someone else puts huge obstacles in your way. So that finally only the break-up helps, after which one becomes aware of what burden falls off one. Those who want to see how the message of the song harmonizes perfectly with the constant alternation of filigree live performance and acting scenes.
With their eleven varied and intensively composed songs, the musicians from the Bavarian city of Bayreuth celebrate a sound full of untamed Metal guitar work in combination with dynamic drumming, a perceptibly powerful bass and graceful keyboard melodies over which the vocals of their singer literally float. Fans of the right mix of Heavy Metal and fine melodies are in good hands with NEVARIA.
With the first single “Life” and the breathtaking lyric video by Very Metal Art designer Andy Pilkington (Orden Ogan, Visionatica, Saxon) they already presented the message of the song in great cinematic images.
“Finally Free” has been recorded by NEVARIA in the Soundwerkstatt Studios of their keyboarder and has been mixed and mastered by André Hofmann (Nothgard, Wolfchant, New Hate Rising) in the Hofmann Studios. For the stylish artwork design, the five musicians were able to win over Jan Yrlund of Darkgrove Design, who has already worked with such illustrious bands such as Battle Beast, Apocalyptica, Delain and Imperia.
The lyrics of “Finally Free” deal with death and loneliness, abuse, social interaction, illness, love and longing, each from the perspective of the person affected. The message of the texts should be ‘magical’ and have the intention that the listener can associate them with himself and his own stories.
Vocals - Tanja Schneider
Keyboard - Markus Spiethaler
Guitar - Kim Wölfel
Bass - Kevin Deese
Drums - Alexander Dahlen