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by Stormy Atmosphere

The Debut Album by an Israeli Progressive Art Metal Act.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Awaken
7:00 album only
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2. The EarthWorker
0:58 album only
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3. Circle
5:57 album only
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4. Bridge
5:52 album only
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5. Fifth Season
9:06 album only
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6. Conspiracy I - Unexpected
2:07 album only
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7. Conspiracy II - Unexpected Still
8:11 album only
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8. Hand Colored
4:20 album only
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9. Last...
2:19 album only
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10. ...Chance
7:15 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Stormy Atmosphere are:
Dina Shulman - Vocals
Teddy Shvets - Vocals
Artiom Lichtstein - Guitars
Eduard Krakov - Keyboards
Rami Peri - Bass

Additional Contributions:
Drums - Or Argash
Violin on “Bridge” - Dina Shulman
Flute on “Bridge” - Teddy Shvets
Additional vocals on “...Chance” - Eduard Krakov
Classic guitar on “The EarthWorker” - Vladimir Lichtstein
Voices on “Circle” - Anders Ström
Additional synth production on “Last...” - Alex Furman
Voices on “...Chance” - Liron Alima
Drums on live shows - Matan Cohen

All music arranged by Stormy Atmosphere and Michael Gimmervert
All lyrics by Teddy Shvets and Artiom Lichtstein
Recorded at “Take Two” Studios by Michael Gimmervert
Programmed and edited by Michael Gimmervert and Artiom Lichtstein
Drums recorded at “Papa” Studios by Refael Gutman and Ayal Yishay
Mixed and mastered by Michael Gimmervert
Produced by Michael Gimmervert and Artiom Lichtstein

Michael Gimmervert appears courtesy of [ End is Nothing ] - www.EndisNothing.com
Artiom Lichtstein appears courtesy of [ pieces of Art ] - www.PiecesofArt.net

Cover art: “A Quest for Beauty” by Madalina Iordache-Levay
Graphic design: Madalina Iordache-Levay - www.BrightPinkStudio.com
Logo design: Andrés Fernández Cordón - www.Anhdres.com
Band photo: Vica Melamed Proofreading: Michael R. Ebert

Special thanks:
To our families, friends, former band members and fans
Thank you for your endless help and support

www.StormyAtmosphere.com
the [at] StormyAtmosphere [dot] com

Made in Israel

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Jenya Kushnir

Great music and production
Great album with awesome production!
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Tal Ofer

Fantastic Debut Album
Stormy Atmosphere is a prog metal band that was established in 2002 by Teddy Shvets and Eduard Krakov. Its music combines between opera and powerful singing, Folklore and Metal, Classical and Electronic influences.

This album was produced and recorded independently by the band. The name of the albums represents different point of views between people in the world. The guitar player, Artium, is the perfectionist of the band and responsible for designing the website, and the recording of the album. The big influences of the band are Dream Theater, Evergrey and, Symphony X and Russian Folk.

Awaken is a powerful and strong song that opens the album, where the band shows its folk influences for the first time in the album. There are many rhythm changes in the song and many variations of the main riff of the song, including fantastic guitar solos.

The third song, Circle, with a good rhythm section and atmospheric arrangement by the keyboards while the guitars provides sharp riffs. This is a great song for opening or ending a gig . The 7 strings guitar sounds like Tom Englund (Evergrey), while the keyboards sounds like Rikard Zander (Evergrey).

The fifth track, The Fifth Season, is the band's best song in my opinion. A cool symphonic opening, which ends when the funky bass enters. You should pay attention to the combination between the delicate voice of Dina and the gruff vocals of Shvets. There are many instrumental passages and different musical styles, and even a folk passage which reminds Ayreon a bit. The songs ends surprisingly with a flute. Another highlight in the album is Hand Coloured, a strong ballad which emphasize the good combination between the singers.

The album shows the maturity of the band in the arrangements and in its compositions. For a debut, this is a fantastic effort and I'm hopeful that the band will find a big producer that will help it to go forward, they deserve it.
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