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Metalite - Heroes In Time


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I like this. This reminds me of Arion with the Bieber look-a-like singer. She's like a singer from a different genre but still sounds good in the metal genre.

 

 

Press release:

Inner Wound Recordings are proud to announce the signing of the Swedish female fronted melodic metal band Metalite to the label. The band's debut album "Heroes In Time" will be released on October 27th in Europe and North America.
Metalite was formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 2015 when Edwin Premberg [guitar] met Emma Bensing [vocals]. The goal was to write and record melodic and memorable metal songs with a modern and fresh sound.

Edwin and Emma started to co-operate with the Danish producer Jacob Hansen [Volbeat, Evergrey, Amaranthe] and songs started to take shape. During 2016 Metalite found three experienced musicians that agreed to join the band: Lea Larsson [drums], Robert Örnesved [guitar] and Robert Majd [bass].

"Heroes In Time" is an impressive debut album filled with melodic and memorable songs, crowned with the strong and emotional vocals by vocalist Emma Bensing as well as a powerful production by Jacob Hansen. The album should be perfect for fans of bands like Beyond The Black, Dynazty and Amaranthe!

The artwork was created by Jan Yrlund [Apocalyptica, Leah, Korpiklaani] and guest appearances on the album includes Fraser Edwards [Ascension] and Jakob Svensson [Wigelius].

 

 

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"Heroes In Time" track listing
01. Afterlife
02. Purpose of Life
03. Nightmare
04. The Hunter
05. Heroes in Time
06. Power of Metal
07. Over and Done
08. The Light of Orion
09. In The Middle of the Night
10. Black Horse Rider
11. The Great Force Within Us

 

 

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Amaranthe wannabe. Not as heavy though, so maybe "Amaranthlite"? :lol:

 

EDIT: Listening further, the chorus on "Heroes in TIme" is an absolutely egregious ripoff of Amananthe's "Drop Dead Cynical".

 

I like the band's sound, but good grief, show some originality for God's sake.

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