Dutch symphonic metal act Stream Of Passion with put a cap on a career with the new DVD release "Memento." The DVD was captured at P60 in Amstelveen, Netherlands on September 2, 2016, during its final tour…
Dutch/Mexican symphonic/progressive metallers STREAM OF PASSION will release their new album, "A War Of Our Own", on April 18 via PIAS/Rough Trade. The CD is described in a press release as "the result of the struggle the band had to endure after they decided to part ways with their record label and continue on their own path."
Darker Days, catapults Stream Of Passion from insider tip to undisputed trailblazer of the Gothic Metal genre. The songs are majestic musical gems that as a whole, deliver an unbelievably complex and sensuous end result. Metal guitars, beautiful melodies and symphonic arrangements build the foundation for these songs. The crystal-clear and impressive production adds the finishing touch to this well-rounded masterpiece. Darker Days is a Gothic Metal album that will appeal to all the senses. This is the limited digi with bonus track.
A debut show presenting Israeli, African and Ethnic Latin Jazz original materials from a new released album, "Horse of Passion", created in collaboration with pianist Hod Moshonov and bass player Ran Levi. They will be joined on stage with a fine array of musicians who also participated in the production of this album.
As a young kid Doron Raphaeli was drumming on Bukhari drum and tins mainly in family events, until he discovered the drum-set at the age of fifteen and sticked to it. Composer, arranger, drummer and percussionist, Doron Raphaeli has made a long way.
Roxette's debut album, issued in late 1986, is a portrait of a band in its formative stages. Both Per Gessle and Marie Fredriksson had previously pursued solo careers in their native Sweden, and Pearls of Passion was the band's attempt at international stardom…
Having come to the U.S. from his native Nigeria to study medicine, percussionist Babatunde Olatunji eventually became one of the first African music stars in the States. He also soon counted jazz heavyweights like John Coltrane ("Tunji") and Dizzy Gillespie among his admirers (Gillespie had, a decade earlier, also courted many Cuban music stars via his trailblazing Latin jazz recordings). And, in spite of it being viewed by some as a symbol of African chic, Drums of Passion is still a substantial record thanks to Olatunji's complex and raw drumming.