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UNISONIC to release first song PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Vollmer   
Friday, 25 June 2010

After the storming appearance at this year's Sweden Rock Festival - their
baptism of fire so to speak - and before it's co-headlining appearance at
this year's Masters Of Rock Festival in the Czech Republic, UNISONIC
releases the first song ever.

The new band around Michael Kiske, Mandy Meyer, Dennis Ward and Kosta
Zafiriou will release a demo recording of the song "Souls Alive" exclusively
on the band's myspace-page http://www.myspace.com/unisonic , Friday, June
25th.

Already performed live during the 3 warm-up shows and their performance at
this year's Sweden Rock, "Souls Alive" is just a little taste of the music
to follow.

 
Michi's Impressions from first live-shows PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Kiske   
Thursday, 17 June 2010

Hi Folks!

Having done my first live shows after almost 17 years I'd like to say that I was really thrilled about still having many friends out there after such a long time. Some people even came from Russia just for our freaking warm up shows, another guy came from Turkey! That's unbelievable. I am deeply honoured and moved by this and don't take any of it for granted. My voice was not half way where I want it to be in terms of condition for live situations, this always needs some time, especially after so many years, but on most songs I did well and the audience was great. It was very important for me to do this and to have new face to face contact with you people again after isolating myself for a long time. In Sweden it was extremely cool to see how welcome UNISONIC was and how many autographs we had to give afterwards. And it was not only Keeper or Place Vendome CDs I had to sign; every second CD seemed to be one of my solo CDs. I didn't expect that. –

I have been quite harsh on the metal-scene over some time and was pretty pissed about it, because I can't deal with certain things in it, and that might have made me be a bit unfair occasionally, but that wasn't for very long. And meeting many of you fans now again has helped me to adjust even more now. I don't hate all metal, I just hate morally wrong ideologies which are circulating within the metal-scene and I don't accept any sort of art-slavery. But I still like rock music, yes, even some of my favourite metal-records of my youth, because most of them are simply great rock records. In many ways the music wasn't really the problem. My problem was, is and will always be the satanic sickness that is so common in the scene. I have NO understanding for inhumanity and heartlessness glorifying people and fascistic mentalities. I believe in good-hearted humans, love and understanding, and that free and honest music is the only law for a healthy and true music-culture. What I have criticized about the metal-scene was and is very just, but to each its own of course. I will always speak my mind. My spiritual, moral and artistic convictions haven't changed a bit, but I am a lot more relaxed now and if I went too far sometimes in the past, I am sorry, I don't want to be unfair at all. Not all metal fans are Ignorants or Satanists, I never really thought that anyway. I have actually met only cool, good-hearted and intelligent metal and rock-fans on this very short “Tour”. Some even seem to understand my way of thinking, when we talked. They were much more open minded and friendly than I thought, and if that would be representative for the majority, I'd be very happy. I wanted to get these words out to you guys while all is still fresh. -

Love and Peace!

See you sometime!

Michael Kiske

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 June 2010 )
 
UNISONIC MySpace Page PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 30 April 2010
Unisonic. The new band featuring singer Michael Kiske (ex-Helloween),
guitarist Mandy Meyer (ex-Gotthard, ex-Krokus), bassist Dennis Ward (Pink
Cream 69) and drummer Kosta Zafiriou (Pink Cream 69) has just launched it's
official myspace-page.

Under www.myspace.com/unisonic you will find the newest information,
up-to-date concert news, new pictures and coming up will be the first
soundfiles.
 
Kiske/Somerville project PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Vollmer   
Monday, 19 April 2010
KISKE/SOMERVILLE, the new project featuring former HELLOWEEN vocalist Michael Kiske and American singer Amanda Somerville, filmed two videos — "Silence" and "If I Had A Wish" — on March 28 and March 29 in Nurnberg, Germany. Joining Kiske and Somerville for the shoot were bassist and main composer Mat Sinner (SINNER, PRIMAL FEAR), guitarist Sander Gommans (AFTER FOREVER, HDK), drummer Rami Ali and keyboardist Jimmy Kresic (VOODOO CIRCLE). The clips were directed by Martin Mueller of RCN TV who previously helmed U.D.O.'s "Black and White" and "Mean Streets" and GOTTHARD's "The Call" videos.

Check out behind-the-scenes footage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHfR0uPBx1k&

The KISKE/SOMERVILLE debut album is scheduled for release in September. A digital single, "Silence", will be launched in late august before the release of the full album.

Commented Mat Sinner: "The first video clip is for ther song and first single of the album, 'Silence', and was shot at the Opera House. The second video clip was shot for the song 'If I Had A Wish' in an old and closed public bath. Hard job for all of us, but we had a fantastic time!"

The songs that will end up on the album (not final sequence; composers for each track listed in parenthesis) are:
01. Nothing Left To Say (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
02. Silence (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
03. If I Had A Wish (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
04. One Night Burning (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
05. Arise (Sander Gommans & Amanda Somerville)
06. End Of The Road (Mat Sinner & Jimmy Kresic)
07. Don't Walk Away (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
08. Devil In Her Heart (Mat Sinner & Jimmy Kresic)
09. Rain (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
10. A Thousand Suns (Sander Gommans & Amanda Somerville)
11. Second Chance (Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson)
Bonus Track:
12. Set A Fire (Sander Gommans & Amanda Somerville)

Somerville is the American singer-songwriter and vocal coach who was tapped to replace EPICA vocalist Simone Simons on the band's North American tour with SYMPHONY X due to Simons' health issues. Amanda was also featured on KAMELOT's latest release, "Ghost Opera", and toured with AVANTASIA. She released her solo album, "Windows", in 2008. A Michigan native, Amanda has resided and worked mainly in Germany and the Netherlands since 1999. She has collaborated with several other bands in the metal scene along with producers Sascha Paeth and Miro, and co-wrote the rock opera "Aina". Her own music is of the pop-rock genre.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 November 2010 )
 
Warm Up Shows PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 24 March 2010
There have been confirmed three Warm Up Shows for the upcoming festivals. See tourdates for more details.
 
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