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Артист: Leah Название: Kings Queens [Symphonic Metal] Жанр: Metal Год выхода: 2015 Label: Ex Cathedra Records О музыке:
Leah has always possessed a firm sense of her identity and avoided any cliché that would define her by society’s
She began singing during her early teenage years, and experimented until she found her unique voice. Upon discovering Celtic music and European
symphonic metal, Leah realized she was home; these were the genres that resonated with her soul. Songwriting followed thereafter as Leah found comfort
and strength in her musical self-expression. Leah’s hypnotizing voice has drawn comparisons to Enya, Delain, and Loreena McKennitt as she can
elegantly slip between the soothingly ethereal, the grippingly powerful, and lyrical folk styles with fluid ease.
Her music is equally diverse. Braiding a hypnotising fusion of celestial vocals and sparkling strings, rippling piano, galloping drums and sharp
guitar work, she leads her listeners on a passionate journey through haunting sonic landscapes. Her poetic lyrics draw from the inkwells of fantasy,
passion, tragedy, and folklore, telling stories that are as arrestingly beautiful as the music. It is not by mere fancy or chance that Leah’s music
has a medieval flavor and Celtic overtones: Leah has Irish and Scottish blood in her veins and her heritage can be traced back to the ancient
highlands of the British Isles. Innovating with her creative imagination, experience, and her Gaelic ancestry, Leah crafted songs that would
eventually be recorded for her first album, Of Earth and Angels.
Given Leah’s streak of rugged individualism, it should be no surprise that she recorded and produced her first album under her own independent
label, Ex Cathedra Records. Lyrically, the album blended earthly tales of struggle with the inspiration of angelic folklore. It also defined Leah’s
unique sound: a dichotomy of seraphic melody and symphonic metal, steeped in Celtic influences.
The road was not easy, however. As a young mother committed to raising and educating her children at home, Of Earth and Angels was two years in the
making from start to finish. However, the long journey was worth it.Released in June of 2012, Of Earth and Angels was an immediate success as the
reaction from both the listeners and the media was universally positive. Fueled only by word of mouth and social media, listeners became enamored with
the auburn-haired singer
and her musical vision. Though Leah did not have any major-label support to promote her album, her grass-roots popularity spread the earth like
Within months, Leah transitioned from an untested newcomer to an internationally acclaimed artist. However, this meteoric success also plunged her
into the turbulent atmosphere of the metal world. She found herself on unfamiliar terrain as her homegrown music faced professional critics, industry
insiders, and the global scrutiny of symphonic metal fans who compared Leah’s music to long-established artists. Yet, like gold tested by fire, Leah
emerged with validated purity: Of Earth and Angels earned multiple awards, coveted placement on many “Best Of the Year” lists, critical acclaim by
reviewers, airplay by radio stations, and a
massive international following of devoted fans.
Not one to close the creative spigot for too long, Leah recorded a three-track EP in time for Christmas, 2012, entitled Let All Mortal Flesh Keep
Silence. This EP interpreted three traditional Christmas carols in symphonic metal form.
During the long months of 2013, Leah returned to the songwriting table and composed a new EP called Otherworld. This EP further explores the Celtic
tones of Of Earth and Angels, combining ethereal vocals with a balanced mix of hypnotically peaceful melodies and galloping rockers that transports
the listener to a prior era. Each song has a poignant story to tell, ranging from issues of loss, struggle, and aspiration. Otherworld also marks the
first time Leah has collaborated with a guest vocalist. The legendary Eric Peterson of Testament and DragonLord provided his signature vocals on one
track, “Dreamland.” The EP was further enriched by the talented music producer Christian “Moschus” Moos at Spacelab Studios and the famed MA.
Jan “Örkki” Yrlund of Darkgrove Design, who produced the stunning album art.
In a time when the symphonic metal world is overpopulated by homogeneous newcomers and formulaic musical recipes, Leah is a fresh Irish Sea breeze of
originality that captures the listener’s attention, enchants the heart and electrifies the imagination. She continues her songwriting, remains in
touch with her fan base, and looks forward to musical projects in the future. Leah is not about to rest: her story has just begun!
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01 - Arcadia [00:06:28]
02 - Save the World [00:05:00]
03 - Angel Fell [00:05:38]
04 - Enter the Highlands [00:06:29]
05 - In the Palm of Your Hands [00:05:04]
06 - Alpha Et Omega [00:05:31]
07 - Heart of Poison [00:05:08]
08 - Hourglass [00:04:32]
09 - Palace of Dreams [00:07:45]
10 - This Present Darkness [00:06:35]
11 - The Crown [00:05:02]
12 - Remnant [00:04:46]
13 - There Is No Farewell [00:05:00]
14 - Siuil a Run [00:05:09]
15 - Siuil a Run (Bonus Rock Version) [00:05:06]