Origin: Italy
Genres: Power Metal
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Power Symphony  


The Italian band Power Symphony was formed in 1994 by the duo of vocalist Michela D'Orlando and guitarist Marco Cecconi. Lightbringer, the band's second album, is in the progressive/power metal laced with classical overtones, not really sounding like any one band, though old Warlord sometimes comes to mind. The occasional Celtic influence is a nice touch, giving the band a bit more depth. D'Orlando puts in a fine vocal performance, with a clear yet not overpowering voice, though not the soprano opera style of some of her contemporaries. Though they haven't released a full-length album in five years, they were still reported active as of the beginning of 2005.

Current Members

Michela D'Orlando

vocals

Marco Cecconi

guitars

Daniele Viola

bass

Former Members/Guests

Fabio Iannone

bass

Marco Volpe

keyboards

Lino Sistu

drums


Discography



Evillot 
1999 Northwind
  1. Battles In The Twilight
  2. Shores Of My Land
  3. Evillot
  4. The Curse Of Every Man
  5. Inferno Suite
  6. I Am The Bard
  • Michela D'Orlando
  • Marco Cecconi
  • Daniele Viola

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Metal Observer 



Lightbringer 
2000 Pavement
  1. The Way Of The Sword
  2. Lucifer
  3. Gethsemane
  4. Never Dream Of Goodness (Evillot Pt. II)
  5. Song Of Men
  6. Quest For Knowledge
  7. The Necromancer
  • Michela D'Orlando
  • Marco Cecconi
  • Fabio Iannone
  • Marco Volpe
  • Lino Sistu

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos 



(EP) Futurepast 
2002 Evillot
  1. Nine Moons
  2. Infinite Machine
  3. Blood of My Enemies
  4. Army of Saints
  5. Mother Moon


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