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Power to Victims

by The Dark Side of Venus

A very original debut album focused on self empowerment and breaking conventions.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Distance
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2. Everything Feels Fake
2:43 $0.99
3. I Don't Give a Damn
3:06 $0.99
4. I Am Never Alone
3:49 $0.99
5. Never Forget
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6. Sadistic Pervert
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7. Meant to Cross the Line
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8. Heal Me
3:14 $0.99
9. Dance Till the End of the World
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10. Aurora del Sud
3:04 $0.99
11. He Walks Around
4:00 $0.99
12. Slowly
2:38 $0.99
13. I Adore Your Blood
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14. In Flames
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15. Oh Claire!
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16. The Enemy Inside
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Album Notes
The Dark Side of Venus is a rock/alternative project founded by pianist composer Licia Missori - that is to say, by her dark side - in 2010. At the time, she felt the need to express a part of herself that had always been in the dark. That's how she chose the name of the project, referring to the hidden side of a planet whose name is anciently associated with beauty, love and femininity.
Until 2014, the voice of the band was Ida Elena (now singer of Bare Infinity). In 2015 she was replaced by Francesca Elayne Naccarelli, known as singer of symphonic metal band Dunwich. The rest of the band is composed of Alessandro Lopane (guitars), Yuri Colafigli (bass) and Daniele Saulle (drums).
The music that comes from their playing together has a huge variety of influences: '90s alternative rock scene, '80s synth pop music, not to mention the classical music influences in Licia Missori's composing.
Since the beginning, the band has a busy schedule of live shows. In 2011, they win the national “Opening Band Live Festival” performing in Trieste before Paolo Benvegnù’s show. In 2012 they release the single and videoclip of “Dirty Paradise”, produced by Massimiliano Pagliuso of Novembre. The song features vocals by Daniele Santori, singer of symphonic metal band The Dogma. Licia Missori has met Santori in 2010 during a European tour of The Dogma opening for Finnish band Lordi (Eurovision winners in 2006).
With the joining of new singer Francesca Elayne Naccarelli, the band starts working on its first official cd, "Power to Victims" - a rich album of 16 tracks - going to be released in December 2016.

The album concept deals with a consciousness-raising process: it is possible to turn frustrating power relations upside down, both in the individual's psychic world and in the world of society. The main idea underlying this concept is that what happens "outside" - also in a political sense - is a reflection of what happens inside our mind. No wonder the album starts with "Distance", a one and a half minute overture beginning with a painful conversation with internalized parental figures ("Mother, forgive me", "Father, believe me"...) and ending with a quote by Pier Paolo Pasolini about "State massacres" ("I know the names"...).
The first video from the album is "I don't give a damn", an energetic hymn to resilience and to the ability to respond to adversity.



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