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Артист: Theatre of Tragedy Название: Forever is the world Жанр: Rock Год выхода: 2009 О музыке:
Theatre of Tragedy
Theatre of Tragedy was founded in 1993 by Raymond Istvn Rohonyi and Pl Bjstad. Drummer Hein Frode Hansen quit his former band Phobia in 1993
and started looking for a new musical project to play in. A friend of his told Hein that a band called Suffering Grief was looking for a new drummer,
and after contacting them, he joined the band. At the time, Suffering Grief was composed of vocalist Raymond Istvn Rohonyi and guitarists Pl Bjstad
and Tommy Lindal. No bassist had joined the band yet, but Eirik T. Saltr had agreed to play with them in live concerts.
After finding a rehearsal place, the band decided to work upon a couple of piano arrangements composed by Lorentz Aspen. The vocals, at the time, were
mostly entirely composed by raw death grunts.
After composing their first song, "Lament of the Perishing Roses", the band changed its name to La Reine Noir and then to Theatre of Tragedy. They
subsequently invited singer Liv Kristine Espens to do female vocals for one song, but quickly invited her to join the band permanently.
In 1994, their first studio demo was recorded, and in 1995, the debut album Theatre of Tragedy was released, followed by Velvet Darkness They Fear in
1996 and the A Rose for the Dead EP in 1997, which contained unreleased material from Velvet Darkness They Fear. Arguably, the band reached the apogee
of its career in 1998, with the release of the critically acclaimed album Agis.
Released in 2000, Musique was a massive departure from the gothic metal sound that Theatre of Tragedy had developed over the previous three albums.
The heavy guitars and Early Modern English lyrics were replaced by electropop and industrial-influenced metal. It was met with a very mixed reception,
and while some older fans were understandably shocked by the new direction of the band, it did gain them a number of new fans.
With 2002's Assembly, the band continued along the same musical path as on their previous album. It was seen as a more refined and confident
electropop record than its predecessor. It was also the first album to feature their long-time session guitarist, Vegard K. Thorsen, as a full member
of the band.
In August 2003, the band declared in an official statement on their website, that Liv Kristine was removed from the band's line-up due to
"musical differences which could not be bridged".
Female singer Nell Sigland (from The Crest) joined Theatre of Tragedy on the following year. In winter 2004/2005 a short concert tour (together with
Pain, Sirenia and Tiamat) with Sigland singing was performed.
The band released their sixth studio album Storm on March 24, 2006 and a European tour followed, with Gothminister as supporting act. The album's
title song was released as a single on February 24, 2006. While still keeping on the industrial and electronic roots of the last two albums, the album
showed a return to some of the sounds developed in their first albums.
On the October 2, 2008, Theatre of Tragedy celebrated their 15th anniversary. In December 2008 the band posted a snippet of new track "Frozen," which
is expected to be on the new album, on their MySpace music page. The band recently posted an on their MySpace page giving details about the new
"Time for some s. Things are slowly moving forward with the next album. As usual with the Theatre machinery there is many things to take into
consideration when doing stuff and recently we were forced to change collaborators for the production of the album, and postpone the recordings. But
fear not the heavy responsibility has been entrusted to Alexander Mklebust (Zeromancer, Seigmen, Gte, Monomen, Delaware etc) and the ToT crew will
enter Room 13 in May and June for recordings and general mayhem! Estimated release from AFM is end of September. Rumor has it that there will be a
vinylversion for the diehard fans. We will keep you posted."
June 2009 saw the band reveal "Forever Is The World" as the title of the new album. Being their 7th album, it was released in Europe on 21st of
September 2009, with the band making a step towards their former sound of Agis.
Metal Mind Productions issued a press release in July stating that they were, with the co-operation of the band, re-releasing Musique and Assembly.
Both albums have been remastered and will be backed with bonus tracks. New liner notes and artwork are said to be a part of the package. Each album is
limited to 2000 numbered copies.
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01. Hide And Seek (5:24)
02. A Nine Days Wonder (5:18)
03. Revolution (4:05)
04. Transition (4:59)
05. Hollow (6:11)
06. Astray (3:42)
07. Frozen (5:20)
08. Empty (4:03)
09. Illusions (4:45)
10. Deadland (4:40)
11. Forever Is The World (4:41)