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Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to present the debut single, 'Tom And Ms. Amy Lee' from the new international metal group Venus 5! The single serves as a preview for the band's upcoming debut album, which will be released this summer. Venus 5 is composed of five amazing singers hailing from different European territories. In alphabetical order, they are: Herma (also of Sick N' Beautiful, another Frontiers recording artist), Karmen Klinc, Jelena Milovanovic, Tezzi Persson (also of Infinite & Divine, another Frontiers recording artist), and Erina Seitllari. Each vocalist is a unique and outstanding vocal talent, while at the same time representing a killer, unique visual portraying a character created for Venus 5. You will simply have to experience them with your ears and eyes to believe it. Stream/Download 'Tom And Ms. Amy Lee' HERE: https://orcd.co/tamal Born from an idea developed by the always creative Serafino Perugino, Frontiers’ President & Head of A&R, Venus 5 is primed to be one of the most fresh and exciting new musical prospects to emerge from the European metal scene in recent years. The concept for Venus 5 started with the idea of creating a “metal” version of pop projects like Pussycat Dolls and the like. Assembling the vocalists and musicians required a tremendous amount of time and energy as the right talent had to be in place to work together cohesively with great chemistry and to bring musical credibility to the project. The end result is that five outstanding vocal stars in the making have been brought together from different musical environments (and countries) to work together with the vision of creating a monster album that could be unleashed on an unsuspecting public. While comparisons to this being a "metal version" of pop projects might lead one to think that the visual aspect of Venus 5 would take the lead, please make no mistake, the music here is front and center. There was zero interest in making this strictly about appearance, which needed to be secondary to talent. A team effort by producer Aldo Lonobile (Secret Sphere, Timo Tolkki’s Avalon, Sweet Oblivion, etc.) and his team of writers, including Jake E (Cyrha, ex-Amaranthe) who co-produced the vocals, Stefan Helleblad (Within Temptation, who also plays guitars on the album), and Per Aldeheim (Def Leppard, H.E.A.T, Stanfour, etc.) have created an approach to the music which offers a feast of musical goodness. Venus 5 is certainly and highly recommended for all the lovers of the sounds in the current European metal scene, taking influences from, for example, Within Temptation’s latest albums and Amaranthe, but adding addictive, catchy melodies. A unique flavor that only Venus 5 can offer with such an outstanding amount of vocal abilities within the band. Stay tuned for news about the band's debut full-length, which will be released this summer!

Line-up:

Herma - Vocals

Karmen Klinc - Vocals

Terese 'Tezzi' Persson - Vocals

Jelena Milovanovic - Vocals

Erina Seittlari - Vocals

Stefan Helleblad - Guitars

Aldo Lonobile - Guitars

Gabriele Robotti - Guitars

Dann Arisi - Bass

Alfonso Mocerino - Drums

Antonio Agate - Keyboards, Piano, & Electro arrangements

 

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https://www.facebook.com/Venus5Music

https://www.instagram.com/venus5music/

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Tezzi and Herma are both great vocalists, but I was a bit disappointed with that tbh.  Hopefully the rest of the stuff is a bit better

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Don't know if I can fap to this.

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This is actually not a bad album, 4 or 5 tracks make the grade, some good vocals and fairly heavy and riffy in places too. Not going to win any awards, but not a disaster.

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