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Madama Butterfly

Ti ho lasciato a tua insaputa le sigarette in borsa; venti meno una, la prima, la mia promessa di smettere. Lavapiatti Aiutando mia madre scoprivo inutile di me il puzzo del pesce si levi dal piatto col limone. Impedisce un pasto tranquillo. Un bacio tra due sigarette. Sotto la pioggia. Sagome, ritagli di fretta un pomeriggio avverso:.

Pesci in cielo e il tuo segno non brilla. Ho parcheggiato la speranza nel momento in cui sei salita. Con il dolore ti sentivi viva. Ad ogni bacio, ad ogni urto, — un vago retrogusto di vino — sembrava che riconoscessi le tue debolezze, ma circospetta abbassavi lo sguardo. Etica di un assassino. Le cellule si ribellano a noi, come noi ci ribellammo a Lui. Sweat on my limbs, I feel the wildest side of me. So fierce and wild is the cry of the wind, earth and air and thunder, within my veins raging streams.

Sento il potere che cresce come un brivido nelle ossa. L'aria sembra piena di aspettativa, con la mia mente percepisco la vita del bosco. Emozioni travolgenti come la furia del diluvio. Le fronde carezzano la mia pelle, la mia anima respira stupore e meraviglia, chiudo gli occhi per sentire la vita che scorre in me. Gli alti alberi ora rabbuiano intorno a me mi sdraio, i miei capelli sparsi sulla terra.

In un'esplosione di colori, scintille di morte e rinascita. Winter through snowy paths she was riding, mountains rising high but since three moons her heart had stopped flying, in her mind a deafness to the life around. Springtime greeting the new leaves and flowers, the fair elf walked by feeling one with the birds, trees and rivers. In her mind devotion, love and joy for life. Nel profondo del suo cuore una stretta fu presto rilasciata e una dolce canzone trafisse tutta la sua tristezza.

Nella sua mente devozione, amore e gioia per la vita. In me cresce un albero altro, splendore nel sole. Alla pioggia d'estate si apre e ogni sua foglia canta. In me cresce un albero alto, splendore nel sole. Abbracciato alla nera terra calda, ogni sua foglia canta. Rosanna Bertagnoli : "Grandi ragazzi!!! Sergio "Filino" Varetto :. Emanuele "Nightrider" Giglio :. Pippo Ferrara :. Grazie per la magia che mi donate con le vostre parole e le vostre musiche ".

Massimo Sega : "Grande CD complimenti! Grazie ragazzi Manuela Mosso :. Rik Guido : " Atmosfere fantastiche, e suonato impeccabilmente come sempre. Anche il master mi gusta parecchio ". Ramona Chessari :. Beniamino "Lupo" Luppino : "Non ho bisogno di dire nulla Beth Kelley : "Hello MaterDea! I loved the cd so much, I bought five as gifts for friends. I really enjoy the acoustic version of these songs. The stripped down rendition really showcases the vocals. Marco, you have a beautiful voice! Now, I walk around with some of these songs stuck in my head. Well, new age, new times I sing MaterDea songs as I work.

Marco "Il Puglia" Pugliese : "Grandi arrangiamenti. Valeva la pena attenderlo. Daniela Giannini. REviews Music. I MaterDea non hanno bisogno di grandi presentazioni. E si sente. Ciascuno varca i diversi orizzonti possibili e probabili di connubio e simbiosi tra pensiero e azione, tra maschile e femminile, tra essere umano e natura. La grandiosa opener Back To Earth indica la direzione presa dalla band piemontese, un brano in perfetto MaterDea style ma che mostra un approccio maggiormente sinfonico, soprattutto per quanto riguarda gli arrangiamenti, scelta che caratterizza la tracklist a prescindere dalle differenti declinazioni conferite ai singoli brani.

Piacevoli, ovviamente. This is indeed a saccharine infused album with multitudes of immensely jovial harmonic feminine sing along vocal lines set within a substantial accompaniment of full on heavy metal riffing and Celtic violin stylizations. Certainly too throughout the ten tracks there is a mammoth amount of instrumentally engineered pace and excitement injected into the main body of the music. Without doubt the purpose being to induce intense audience participation whether it be at a gig or just being played alone with other likeminded individuals. On first play there seems to be a vague similarity spread about the construction of the tracks and it is only with further spins that more of an appreciation is gained as to the subtle variances in riffing arrangements and more particularly the presence of violin and cello which is extremely well integrated into the score and adds interesting focal points to the music.

It actually made me wonder if the recording had been spread over two isolated sessions engineered some months apart because the separation between the various instruments and voices became brighter and more distinguishable. The female vocals up to that point had, in my opinion, been overpowered and the impetus of Celtic instruments lost amongst the heavy riffing on the earlier tracks.

Comprising a seven piece band of mysteriously swathed yet good looking male and female musicians all graced with an amazing stage presence. Summary: Melodic Celtic inspired heavy riffing metal but predictable in terms of vocal direction and overall musicality. Voto: 3. There is something very elfish about their look. There are white robes, enough silverplate jewellery to open a stall in Camden market, and horns-proper horns, presumably borrowed from a sacrificial goat. How wrong was I? And so, I beg forgiveness from MaterDea, for judging them too early. Probably a safe option, given their tendency to pagan lyrics!

In reality this album could well be one the finest progressive folk metal albums ever. The first thing that will strike you is the quality of musicianship, which could quite easily match Dream Theater or Within Temptation for dynamic or complexity, but it is the melody and chorus that will draw you in. If, like me, you are quick to judge when confronted by a pair of fake horns, please close your eyes and let the music do the talking. You might just be surprised. Abbiamo chitarre, basso, batteria, tastiere, violini e violoncello e ghironda.

L'album inizia con la traccia Back To Earth. Questa canzone inizia con una musica inquietante sostenuta da un messaggio terribile per i bambini che vivono sulla terra. Nel brano abbiamo anche alcune voci in supporto che si adattano perfettamente alla canzone. Ancora una volta abbiamo un'apertura inquietante. Quando la chitarra inizia a tessere i riff, la canzone migliora esponenzialmente grazie anche al supporto massiccio delle tastiere, sempre ben suonate. Ancora una volta abbiamo anche voci maschili che si aggiungono alla canzone. Subito ad inizio Song abbiamo una rapida apertura di chitarra sostenuta del ottimo canto della nostra Papa.

Comunque non aspettatevi roba alla folkstone, trollfest, korpiklaani o alestorm, la band propone un tipo di suono molto vicino al rock e a band del calibro di epica, non Disdegnando, come detto varie volte, la componente folk grazie agli strumenti e ai testi. Interessante la title-track, che parte con un battito cardiaco, come se la terra vivesse una vita propria fino alla fusione in ritmiche quasi tribali che aprono ad un ritornello coinvolgente.

Soprattutto dal vivo. Molto positiva la trama musicale, colorata di folk. Un lavoro piacevole, buon suonato e dalle melodie intriganti. Non un disco per cambiare le sorti della musica, ma un tassello che molti di voi potrebbero apprezzare. Ecco quindi che echi ambient e voci registrate si fondono con delicatissimi arpeggi dal profumo fantasy e riff di tipica scuola hard rock, fiancheggiati da improvvise impennate sinfoniche cafonissime e maestose e freschi fraseggi dal profumo primaverile, il tutto sorretto da una sezione ritmica ottimamente impostata e puntuale che dona corpo ai brani senza incatenarli a una struttura troppo opprimente.

E la voce, direte voi? Gran bel pezzo che, personalmente, mi riascolto almeno due o tre volte prima di passare alla traccia successiva. Speranza messa in musica. Abbraccio materno. Riff che riportano alla scuola di Michael Romeo. Come la Natura. Sfuriate e follia. Giudice e carnefice, danza pagana dai risvolti macabri. Il bosco, la pace, la terra e la vita nella loro massima espressione. Arpeggi che accarezzano le foglie degli alberi che ben presto si trasformano in ritmiche violente come un temporale estivo.

Epic granitico. Ritmiche a salire, synth e ancora archi ad amalgamarsi come una pozione stregata. Pezzo affascinante, travolgente, da saltare e ballare. Cori ammaliatori da intonare. In sede live, roba che spacca. Demoni danzano intorno al fuoco al suono di una gironda, in questa ballata macabra. Conclusione col botto, pirotecnica. Quella cosa che non ti aspetti , che ti fa sgranare gli occhi e cascare la mascella. Miscela perfetta tra la grazia della sessione archi, la voce regale e cristallina di Simon , il dna rock dello Strega e una sessione ritmica da favola, con Morgan al basso e il terremoto Carlos dietro le pelli pronti a spettinare chiunque.

Un lavoro di cui andare fieri. Fatelo vostro e lo consumerete. Non amo il folk metal, ma amo la buona musica e sono in grado spero! In poche parole, non metal. La voce femminile nelle band folk metal hanno spesso il compito di traghettare chi ascolta verso mondi lontani, utilizzando dolcezza, bellezza del timbro, interpretazione. Come dite? Bhe… qualcosa non quadra. Nello specifico, Pyaneta ci parla del rapporto con la nostra madre terra, una sorta di vademecum su come troppo volte ci si dimentica del rispetto che le dovremmo tributare.

Le strutture, talvolta heavy e minimali, sono base su cui i vari strumenti e le attitudini pagane si vanno ad incastonare. Adrenalina ed atmosfera, che dona entusiasmo, pur non proponendo niente di davvero incisivo o innovativo. Folk Metal Anno July Reviewer Leo Provenance Olanda Pyaneta, the fifth and most recent work of MaterDea, comes from Italy with its characteristic sound that mixes symphonic, power and some folk metal. Its symphonic sound is well handled and their folk essence stands out in the lyrics and album theme, focused on the planet, nature, and life; a theme very typical of the folk music genre that we can see also in the cover art.

The melodies style is consistent throughout the disc, what in some cases, could feel similar to other songs within the same album. Rating: 7. Over the years, symphonic metal has remained stagnant, allowing bands that have remained in the game to continue releasing albums while new, fledgling bands have to stand out by incorporating new elements in the tried-and-true method of operatic vocals and death growls.

In the case of MaterDea, their fifth release Pyaneta does a little bit of both, eventually changing into something more cohesive and consistent. To start things off, I was not impressed with the first half of the album. MaterDea had, essentially, thrown a lot of things together to see what could stick, but failed to fully develop those ideas into something cohesive.

And that it did. Because of this, Pyaneta became enjoyable — at one point, I was tapping my foot in time to the beat. The music also becomes more emotional and ethereal, allowing for majestic, melodic introductions and vibrant tones that were missed on the first half.

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The first half may not be great, but the second half makes up for those shortcomings. Obviously, this is an album that needs to be played several times in order to be enjoyed, but, once the listener has gotten over the first half, they will have a great time. Viaggiano alla media di un disco ogni due anni, quindi risultano anche abbastanza prolifici sotto quest' aspetto. Il nuovo Pyaneta inizia alla grande, presentando un ottimo brano Back To Earth, dove i nostri mostrano da subito un robusto e roccioso metal con delle influenze symphonic molto ritmate e con una parte di canzone, intorno al quarto minuto che ricorda da vicino gli Iron Maiden, era Fear Of The Dark.

Materdea has, of course, the basic instruments like bass, drums, and guitars but adds two violin players and a cello player to the line-up. On their website is an eight member listed but I guess that somebody who helps out the band with lots of things. With eleven songs and a total playing time for over an hour, Pyaneta has for everybody something to like.

Symphonic may be their main ingredient but the band takes the right amount of folk to spice things up. Every song on Pyaneta holds something that surprised me, it could be the intro when the songs start or some melodies that are unexpected.

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It makes Pyaneta an interesting listen. Folk Rock gespickt, gepaart mit choralen Kinderstimmen. Dieser Song hebt sich definitiv heraus. Son los trabajos que anteceden a Pyaneta. Ya anticipaba algo al momento de mencionarlo como single. Autor de Peter Pan. Que hablaba sobre el tema de la Eutanasia. Con el moribundo. Es un tema sin mayores arreglos, pero funciona bien. O mayor intensidad por momentos. A modo del tema single del disco. They hail from the north of Italy and mix the folky sound of Eluveitie with elements of symphonic metal.

To make this striking combination reach maximum potential, the band has two violists and a cellist next to the regular string artists. Also the group uses both male and female vocals. This sounds so much better than the keyboard violinst that many other bands bring forward!

Madama Butterfly: Libretto

Sometimes the strings hold back in very standard support, and they should come forward just that bit more. The full potential of this large band is not yet used, and there is definitely some room for improvement there. The combination of two vocalists and classical instruments remind of the work of Victor Smolski such as Lingua Mortis Orchestra and Almanac.

A disclaimer about the vocals not nearly reaching that level must be added here, and that is the primary weak spot of MaterDea. Female vocalist Simon Papa can definitely sing, but her high and overly sweet voice is on a constant lullaby level, and also the limited vocals of Marco Strega miss any sort of balls. Very unfortunate, because on an instrumental level, the band manages to strike the right chord on all their strings. Further ahead on the CD we encounter some very interesting songs. Is it enough to make a lasting impression after the CD kind of collapsed unto itself because of the tedious vocals?

Not when the toe-curling last song abuses my eardrums with the most horrible guest? MaterDea has some fine ideas and there is definitely some potency in this group. Alas it is mainly the vocals that do not live up to the level of the rest of the group, and therefore hold back the general level of the whole thing. I enjoyed the pretty music, but this is not an album that will get a prominent spot in the album collection.

Maar omwille van muziek is Turijn niet gekend, nochtans is Turijn de bakermat van MaterDea die inmiddels reeds toe zijn aan hun vijfde album. Ze vonden onderdak bij Rockshots Records, niet meteen het meest gekende platenlabel, maar hopelijk een kans op een betere verdeling. MaterDea is een band die zeker de moeite waard is om bij stil te staan. Basis van de band is zangeres Simon Papa en gitarist Marco Strega. Compositorische en technisch zitten de songs op dit album goed in elkaar.

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De enige bedenking die ik heb is bij de stem van Simon: vals wordt er niet gezongen, maar ik heb de indruk dat het zangbereik eerder beperkt is. En aangezien het om symfonische metal gaat, zou je toch eerder een stem verwachten die wat gevarieerder uitpakt. Maar goed, weten wat je kan en waar je limiet ligt is ook al een verdienste. Hier en daar duiken folky elementen op. Meestal is het rechtdoor na een mooie intro. Soms zitten er mooie tussenstukken in de nummers. Je mag dit gerust een sterk album noemen door de creativiteit en de technische hoogstand. Formed in , these Italian metallers have been pushing out excellent work in the folk scene.

What comes off a bit difficult at times is the sweet innocence in the vocals of Simon Papa mixed in with the heavier bits. The contrast is unique and some might find it tough to get used to. Honestly, it is a bit similar to classic acts like Falconer, so maybe it will not be too difficult to enjoy. The tracks are growing on me! I am superbly torn. The song progresses into some excellent speedy parts and offers a terrific guitar solo before finally floating back into an acoustic passage, before closing out in epic fashion. Extremely enjoyable. The following track does exactly that! Great work here that must be heard, showcasing excellent transition from mellow to heavier while keeping great consistency.

This is awesome; let us dig into the last few tracks to close out the album. Love the addition of these effects in a few of these tracks. Also, very refreshing to hear male vocals from Strega starting off this track. It is interesting to me how many bands I have been reviewing and listening to that are out of Italy lately.

It appears there is quite a symphonic, Celtic and folk metal culture there that has been off my radar. That has certainly changed this year. MaterDea has been around since and this is their fifth studio album release, so they are veterans to the industry. It really shows in the quality of the production on the album, especially with so much going on in each song. You have female vocals predominantly, but also male vocals in support and even some children singing background vocals. The amount of different instruments is quite amazing! We have guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, violins and cello.

The band started when vocalist Simon Papa and guitarist Marco Strega collaborated on a Celtic soundtrack for a short movie. From there they started working on writing music and MaterDea was born. The album starts with the track Back To Earth. This song starts with some eerie music and a dire message to the children of earth.

The guitars explode in with keyboards in support. The music has a great feel to it. The guitars and keyboards playing off of each other quite well. She shows such a wide range of singing ability on this opening song. We also have some male vocal in support that fit perfectly into the song. This six-minute epic has just about everything a song can have. In fact almost all the songs on the album run five to seven minutes. We also get a great guitar solo in this song.

The chorus is very catch as well. It is a great way to start off the album. Neverland is another song that really stood out to me. Once again we have a bit of an eerie opening. This song is a little softer than Back To Earth. It gives Papa a chance to really showcase her voice. The music in the song, especially in the middle really delivers that Celtic vibe. I really love that a lot of metal is adding that Celtic sound to their albums. Once again another strong chorus really carries this song. The song actually feels quite lively overall. Legacy Of The Woods is another favorite of mine.

The song starts literally with the sounds of being in the woods. It is very relaxing. Papa starts in with her softer vocals and they draw you in to the song. The music is melodic and easy to listen to. Then the guitar starts to slowly build and the song jumps up several notches. Now more of a rock song, with a lot of keyboard to support it. Once again we also have male vocals that really add to the song before it fades back out to the sounds of the woods. Metamorphosis is another song that really kicks it up. The song moves forward at a nice pace and is just mixed so perfectly between the vocals and all the instruments.

It is another song to me that just feels good to listen to. It is almost what I would call easy listening metal. All the songs are so well done that the flow to them is just perfect. We get treated to another serious guitar solo in this song that I love. As we get to the conclusion of the song it feels like the song has really taken off. Overall this is a very good album.

There is not a lot here that is new to this genre of music, but that is fine because it is so well done. Every part of this album is perfectly executed. The musicians, production, mixing, it just all comes together to make a really good album that you will enjoy listening to for a long time to come. MaterDea is a well-known metal band in pagan and celtic scene. This new record is surely a step forward, forged in the personal style of MaterDea. It's a powerful symphony where all the instruments and vocals join the sounds of nature, painting new mighty pictures using different colors and complex arrangements.

The melodies reveal themselves along with the sumptuous guitar riffs, a powerful rhythmic session and the twist of strings and orchestration, allowing the listener to be carried away in a dimension full of energy, beauty and hope by these magical tales. Influenced by Genesis, Jethro Tull and Led Zeppelin, their sound is best summarised as neo-classical light power metal.

Devised as strong, spiritual music, with fantastical elements, it succeeds in this colourful purpose. All 7 band members bring classical training to this vibrant sound. Released on 8th May in the UK. Back To Earth — Whale song opens onto a sci-fi-esque, otherworldly narrative, gradually exploding into full pelt metal.

Memorably powerful feminine vocals, much in the vein of Lacuna Coil, Nightwish and Delain. A notable fluidity encapsulates the track, holistically, as it ends on another voice-over, extolling love as an immediate and central panacea to all. The Return Of The King — Ethereal beauty haunts this intro, incorporating a combo of light sounds, before evolving, once more, into powerful metal.

Again, it just flows, so naturally. Vocally and instrumentally, it is one. Pure melody.


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Some very intriguing accompaniments in there. Great fast pace, gathering momentum, as it goes, eventually ending on a bestial whale cry, amongst the sound of breaking glass. A quickened pace pushes it along, purposefully, as its power grows. More than ably assisted by those driven riffs. Ending on the Eastern vibe, to which it returns, a world of power infuses its sound, as that tight, determined drum hit closes it.

Strength in spades and an individual touch, to go with it. Neverland — Opening with a flock of seagulls in the background of the sound of manual labour, planing off and soaring into vivid melody. Palpable accompaniments and magical sounds interspersing it. Loaded with catchy rhythms and melodies, this is a standout track, for sure. Celtic sounds follow, before and surrounding the feminine, lighter vocals.

Heavily melodic, with a lyrically narrative style. Combining light and shade, soft and heavy, as the powered accompaniments flow in and out and around the vocals. Just beautiful. The Legend Of The Pale Mountains — Opening onto an aural scene of mediaeval forests and lakes, complete with violin and accordion, to accompany it.

The electrifying riffs hit at that point. Gentle, feminine vocals join them there, telling their story, till the full on instrumentals take over, on and off. Heightening the power and heaviosity, it races along on a thread of metal gold. Seeming to blend in with the feminine ones, at certain points, the masculine aspect does gain in strength, though still interweaves with the feminine. Lots of soaring tones in here, picking up more power, as they go.

Definitely a greater mystique to this, generally. Metamorphosis — Sounds of tinkling chimes and a short voice-over, before the instantly involved vocals come into play. More than competently supported by big instrumentals and an air of affecting passion and power. Bourre del Diavolo — Wolves howling at the outset, the pumped up accompaniments get straight in there, with a real Celtic flavour and a hurried tone and rhythm. Sharp, affected male vocals narrate their story, in another language, complete with evil laughter.

Narrating a wonderfully fantastical tale, with all the skills and passion inherent within it. A metallic, mythological storyboard, combining old and new world wonder is the closest summation of this standout album. A definite example of all killer, no filler, with mysterious touches, accentuating the metal. Opinion: Sublime. Metallo Italiano Year December Reviewer Alessandro Biasi Provenance Italy C'era una volta una band che cominciava la sua avventura sui sentieri di un folk-rock melodico, complice l'incontro tra la vocalist Simon Papa e il chitarrista Marco Strega in quel di Torino.

Correva allora l'anno A livello sonoro, i paralleli con la band di T. Il resto del disco si attesta sugli stessi ottimi livelli, con la ppalma d'oro per la bella "Merlin And The Unicorn", con una voce maschile accompagna Simon in un pezzo malinconico e drammatico. Gli amanti del genere potranno trovare una vaga somiglianza con i ritornelli dei tedeschi Lyriel.

Possiamo affermare che in questo lavoro sono presenti, oltre che elementi symphonic e power, anche sfumature di apprezzabile pagan rock. L'artwork di copertina mi ha colpito parecchio: una mano che tiene una rosa, la rosa di Egeria. Il vede l'alba di un nuovo capitolo, il terzo, della saga celtic rock creata dai materDea che presentano "A Rose for Egeria", un album in grado di dimostrare quanto il sestetto sia stato capace di evolvere il proprio sound evitando di incappare nell'insidioso pericolo di ripetersi. Nel complesso riesce bene a trasportare l'ascoltatore in un mondo fatato e fiabesco, immerso nella natura e popolato da elfi e creature schive e misteriose.

Un brano in cui il metal classico e la sinfonia si sposano perfettamente, senza tagliare fuori le influenze. Haelnereth Journey , infine, chiude l'album in bellezza grazie alla sua melodia che richiama la musica del nord-est europa. Un folk rock coinvolgente, trascinante, potente e d'atmosfera. Oggi, a distanza di circa tre anni, i Nostri fanno uscire, sempre per la "Midsummer's Eve", questo terzo album intitolato " A Rose for Egeria ". Ascoltiamo subito queste nuove 11 tracce! Intro d'atmosfera per l'opener " Beyond the Painting ", una atmosfera che miscela affascinanti e sinistre tastiere, una batteria dal suono leggermente digitalizzato e il riffing ruvido che si insinua inizialmente in sordina, prendendo corpo e grinta secondo dopo secondo.

La traccia sa incidere per grinta e potenza, presentando un riffing dall'impostazione power sempre supportato da un ottimo lavoro orchestrale, qui capace di dare un lieve tocco di inquietudine. Si prosegue su toni pacati, sempre velatamente malinconici e suggestivi, con " Merlin and the Unicorn ", una composizione che ci immerge delicatamente in una ambientazione sognante, magica, ma pronta a prendere vigore nei ritornelli carichi di energia. Ci muoviamo ancora su rocciosi tempi cadenzati con " An Unexpected Guest ", con le potenti distorsioni che vanno a braccetto con le "austere" e maestose orchestrazioni.

Chitarra e violino si alternano vivaci e accattivanti, l'una a supporto della voce di Simon, l'altro a intrattenerci allegramente tra una strofa e l'altra. Il duo Simon Papa e Marco Strega, prima di iniziare le registrazioni di questo nuovissimo " A Rose For Egeria ", hanno preferito sistemare le cose all'interno della band, trovare le persone giuste e ricreare un ambiente positivo che, magicamente, esce da ognuna di queste undici tracce. La seconda parte invece, pur rimanendo sempre grintosa, riabbraccia i temi ballerecci e gioviali tipici dei primi due dischi.

Come sempre, una band da scoprire e da assaporare ascolto dopo ascolto Gran disco. Nel suo genere un lavoro formalmente perfetto. Dall'uscita del loro primo album hanno creato un suono con una forte struttura di rock perfettamente fusa ad atmosfere mistiche e sognanti, in cui le voci, violino e tastiere, disegnano gentilmente linee melodiche su una sessione ritmica potente.

Evocano elfi che ti accompagnano all'interno di miti e immagini fantastiche, accompagnando la tua mente con una dirompente musica onirica. Le due cantanti sono sorprendenti. Per questo motivi gli italiani Materdea mettono la cura migliore. I vocalizzi sono incredibili, non esagero, con le chitarre che appaiono furiosamente scendendo scale come un aggraziato cavallo al galoppo.

Un momento che ti inchioda. La prima volta l'ho ascoltata con le luci spente e gli occhi al buio. Lo scatto della chitarra attraverso il suono della viola e del violino creano bellissimi tocchi che adornano la classica interpretazione di Simon Papa. Un musical popolare metal con timbro e firma MaterDea.

Con "Altars of Secret" mi hanno esterefatto. Un altro eccellente momento di "A Rose fo Egeria". Arrivando poi a "Running all Night with the Wind" che mi riporta indietro all'unica e sola lirica dei MaterDea. Con il loro nuovo album i nostri MaterDea ci invitano a scoprire il loro mondo e di lasciarci nelle loro mani per condurci in un mondo lontrano dalla vita dura, monotona e routinaria che viviamo.

Dobbiamo farlo? Female fronted folk metal band with both keyboards and a violin. Well then,. The songs on A Rose for Egeria are often epic and very beautiful. The bands vocalist has a beautiful and rather thin voice and the interplay between the caressing female lines and some of the groovier guitar riffs is very well done. It's not overplayed, so when it does get used it adds flavor rather than coming off as a dull and overused gimmick. A Rose of Egeria is eleven tracks of well written and properly thought out symphonic folk metal, the kind of thing that restores my faith in the genre.

Part of the appeal of Materdea for me is the way that they manage to craft some really excellent melodic lines, seemingly out of thin air. For example, their is no real precedent for the introductory keyboard line in An Unexpected Guest but it is immediately recognizable and extremely memorable.

There are also some very weird and strangely fascinating moments. Perhaps the most bizarre is Land Of Wonder which features the voice of a fairy, strange, but well developed. Materdea bill themselves as Elvish Metal and given the rather otherworldly magical feel of these songs, I can't think of a better label. So Materdea have managed to rise up, masters of a genre that has often been called overcrowded. Their unique niche is one that many bands have tried to work their ways into, but none have succeeded.

These Italians are only going up, they are one of the most exciting pagan metal acts on the scene. With over 5, facebook likes already they are clearly pretty huge on their local circuit. As their songwriting gets even better How they could do that I'm not sure I am sure they could very easily become a massive internationally touring name. Un riff aggressivo e una moderna melodia di tastiera aprono il brano, venendo poi accompagnati da un bel ritmo scandito dalla sezione ritmica. Whispers of the Great Mother , che richiama il tema mitologico della Grande Madre, inizia con una struggente ed evocativa melodia acustica, che interseca diversi strumenti, seguita da una parte misteriosa ed oscura dai tratti folkeggianti.

Sempre da sottolineare l'interpretazione della vocalist ed, in questo caso, il bel chorus folkeggiante. Che il vostro viaggio abbia inizio, buon divertimento Bene, andiamo subito a cominciare! Metal Head Year June Reviewer Renato de Filippis Provenance Italy I MaterDea sono una band davvero interessante, e la loro musica si colloca in una feconda regione di confine poco sfruttata in Italy, ma che spopola soprattutto in area tedesca.

Guidati dalla voce leggiadra della cantante Simon Papa, i MaterDea ci portano in un mondo magico e incantato, di altri tempi. Tutto questo si amalgama alla perfezione con la voce limpida di Simon. Ascolto caldamente raccomandato. The band were formed in and released their third album entitled 'A Rose For Egeria' in February BEYOND THE PAINTING - A slight Gothic sounding intro with an ancient feel and a deep choir as the band gradually creeps upon you then roars into life with gusto with a slight symphonic edge before Simon's powerful and almost angelic sounding vocals backed with strong orchestration come into play and immediately draws you into the story.

The lyrics suit the title perfectly, "she will drag you and pull you inside" and that's exactly what it does as the music swirls around you with a great catchy melodic chorus, a good use of light and shade with a dark heavy feel at times that compliments the main lighter theme of the track as it drives along. A well crafted song with good arrangements to get your taste buds going. Simon's vocals entice you further into the song which has pagan feel with an added symphonic edge that holds you in its embrace as we journey through a busy fantasy land. Excellent violin playing from Elisabetta whist the keyboards add to the texture of the song perfectly as it rocks along with steady guitar riffs and percussion holding it all together in this pleasant rocker that does not fail to get you headbanging.

Great enjoyable number. WHISPERS OF THE GREAT MOTHER - A gentle piano that is smooth and relaxing leads us into a mellow start with lovely strings and a great Celtic pagan feel to the song as we are taken back into a time of long ago and you are put at ease as the track gently washes over you, then without warning your peace is shattered as you are hit with a more heavier style that gets you in its grasp and leads you further into a pagan wonderland which has hidden shadows in places.

As you carry on with your journey it throws up images and feelings of old gods and rituals and ancient forests with satyrs and other beings from folklore before we reach the journeys end. Fantastic story telling. The strings tug at your heart and are very prominent here as the story unfolds and throws out lots of feeling and images that keep you involved and maintaining the theme of ancient times.

Added male vocals give an extra dimention to the track as you can almost visualize the unicorn being in danger from a lurking dark force. A very dramatic and emotional journey here complete with a great powerful chorus. A very well crafted song that is immensely enjoyable with lots of hidden delights. Pleasant female vocals hold their hand out and try and keep you safe as we are taken into the song with its great strong catchy chorus that is very uplifting in a track that has a hidden, underlying dark tinge of menace.

The strings once again weave their beautiful sound alongside the driving drum beat and a very good guitar solo, we are enjoying a very pleasant setting here before it changes as Elena's vocals suddenly take a more darker tone and grey clouds begin to form as we enter a more unearthly realm for a brief period, then the grey clouds are driven back by the power of the chorus.

A song once again full of different textures and packed full of emotion and drama that enthralls as you take this wonderful journey. This is another great piece of storytelling that instantly involves you throughout. A track that has almost everything from its wonderful female vocals, to its harmonious chorus with a great Celtic and pagan feel that is maintained as the guitars grind out their licks and the arrangements are majestic and full of pomp as the song keeps its old world and mysticism alive as it twists and turns casting its story over and around you, holding you like a magnet in its embrace.

Wonderful escapism into the world of ancient gods and heroes, the band are on top form as they weave their way through the number creating and painting a picture on a canvas. Again the style is of an ancient land with green hills and pastures that have hidden secrets to discover, the chorus is catchy and enlightening as the drums keep the track speeding along with very good arrangements interspersed throughout the number, a soaring track with a great feel and nice textures that are well arranged to tell it's story. Wondrous female vocals again tell the story clearly and are full of drama and emotion as the number takes hold and develops its picture of fair maidens and old villages but with a modern twist that has you believing that you are actually there in the story.

I'm sure this track would go down a storm when played live. Lots to find here with the perfectly balanced vocals keeping you entranced in the story and maintaining that Celtic folk edged style to the sound. The violin playing is very prominent and adds to the quality and texture of the song. Once again the arrangements are perfectly put together as the track twists and turns holding your attention as we reach the end of the journey with the sound of a slow cantering horse and a sad sounding violin. This is truly a wonderful album that should please anyone who's into Female Fronted Metal, a great addition to the genre.

Highly recommended. Kelley Provenance U. Hard driving rhythms layered with symphonic elements along with provocative, mystickal vocals make this cd a must have for any Pagan. The depth and roundness of sound makes it seem as if you are in a concert hall listening to them perform. Singers who rely on Autotune should listen to this to hear how it should be done.

What sets this band apart is the beautiful violin, audible in this song. The double bass drum rhythms as the music picks up set up a good feel, and the vocals are well-crafted and harmonized exquisitely. The power this band has is unbelieveable. The interplay between the instruments and vocals was a treat for the ears. This song does give the feeling of running through the night.

It's a sign of good songwriting when you can sing or hum a melody after only hearing it once. The dynamics between the songs and within each song makes this one of the ultimate cds which should be in everyone's collection. One that you will want to listen to until you know every single note and word of every song. L'incantevole voce di Simon Papa addolcisce il tutto assieme all'esecuzione di Elisabetta Bosio.

Whispers of the Great Mother, che richiama il tema mitologico della Grande Madre, inizia con una struggente ed evocativa melodia acustica, che interseca diversi strumenti, seguita da una parte misteriosa ed oscura dai tratti folkeggianti. In questo pezzo sono inoltre evidenti le orchestrazioni ed anche le linee di basso intessute da Morgan De Virgilis. La stessa potenza espressa da An Unexpected Guest, con un possente riff di chitarra e uno scandito incedere di batteria che si frappongono fra il nuovo ed il vecchio metallo. Il disco ed il viaggio si chiudono in maniera magistrale con Haerelneth's Journey, anche qui il folk la fa da padrone coadiuvato sempre da quel comparto metal accuratamente bilanciato.

They are not symphonic in vocal style, but in the strong strings elements. The album has been mastered by prolific engineer Mika Jussila of Finnvox studios, whose previous clients include Tuomas Holopainen, Amberian Dawn and Finntroll. If I had not heard Satyricon I would think they had a totally modern sound.

I find these elements of older styles make them stand out from other bands of the genre and is a strength. Another strength is that their music is strongly driven by vocal melodies which makes then stand out. It is a very feminine record without being overly girly and soft. They are difficult to compare to other bands but a cross between Edenbridge and Lyriel springs immediately to mind.

The band seem to mostly play in home country but I hope to be able to catch them live as soon as possible. They are a great band who will remain a feature of my playlist for some time. Rating: 4. Il risultato? Un disco perfetto. VOTO: 5 su 5 Ottimo. Voglio vedere chi non si scatenerebbe! Date retta a me: fatevi rapire da queste melodie e andate a goderveli dal vivo, ne vale ampiamente la pena!! Attention Pagan Headbangers! And be sure to listen over at SoundCloud to sample a wide variety of songs that highlight their soulful sound.

Be sure to catch them if you can, at Symphony Metalfest, Switzerland, as they are sure to light up the stage with their enduring charm and modern melting of ancient forest grooves and swirling melodies. Not to mention the traditional instruments that cannot miss in a folk-tinged record.

The strings, the percussion, the arrangement, everything is very well crafted. I love the fact that they never lose their rock edge. Listen to the ending of the song; the final arrangement will blow your mind. If you are a lover of folk and pagan metal, you cannot miss this release. The quality is very high and it is a pleasant listening. MaterDea, un nome ed una certezza nostrana! Accomunati dalla passione per la musica celtica e per i miti classici, hanno ad oggi creato due cd: Below the Mists, Above the Brambles e Satyricon Ad oggi collaborano con Keltoi Radio.

Quando la senti cantare, lei usa la voce della luna… Lui intreccia incantesimi sulle corde della sua chitarra. Emanano una fragranza intensa ed effimera al contempo, impalpabile, dalla consistenza di sogno tipica delle creature di confine, che non appartengono al mondo reale, ma che hanno perduto il loro. Perdendolo, sono piombate nel dolore. La separazione fa male da morire. Anzi: una Strega. Che dire ancora dei Materdea? Promossi a pieni voti! Alla stregua di un antico baccanale, Satyricon evoca danze sfrenate in una notte di luna piena, sulle note di strumenti tradizionali che si sposano alla perfezione con chitarre e moderni arrangiamenti: cori suadenti e melodie delicate animano la scena, ammaliando l'ascoltatore con tocco delicato e chiamandolo a far parte di una festosa celebrazione pagana.

I cultori della svolta medievaleggiante di un tale Ritchie Blackmore avranno di che gioire, di fronte alla frizzante energia sprigionata da questo interessante lavoro. Tutta la potenza viene scatenata durante il breve ma bellissimo assolo. Arriviamo in fondo con Between The Temple's Wall, pezzo d'atmosfera che conclude in maniera adeguata l'ottimo disco. Mille sfaccettature Non per True Metallers This album has the feel of a full-fledged stage production. Some artists try for the rich sound that comes from combining rock music with other styles.

Here, it is pure magic.

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Ancient melodies and powerful rock pulse are married flawlessly on Satyricon, and it makes for a mystical, interesting journey as you listen to the tracks here. The way the tracks are arranged it has that type of feel to it. It sounds like a cool fairy tale set to music. There is a palpable sense of drama about it all.

There is a flow here that makes sense. Some music is great to have on in the background, be it to cheer you up, relax you or get you motivated. MaterDea has put forth something that should be attended to. It is the experience itself, rather than part of the experience. This was an unexpected treat. Il brano si apre con urla di guerrieri, e si svolge su ritmiche mai noiose, con un ottimo uso del basso e melodie accattivanti.

Tocca alla titletrack aprire, letteralmente, le danze. Difficile infatti resistere alle melodie sfornate dal gruppo, ma prima che sia il ritmo a prendere il sopravvento tocca alla voce impostata di David Cherubim, sopra a un sottofondo ambient, introdurci nel mondo di "Satyricon". Si tratta di una ballad per certi versi semplice e delicata, ma non per questo meno bella o capace di coinvolgere.

L'originale era ispirato all'affresco sulla facciata della chiesa di San Bernardino a Clusone, rappresentante una danza macabra, ma nella rielaborazione dei MaterDea diviene un pezzo allegro, foriero di speranza e di voglia di lottare per difendere la natura e il proprio lavoro dai "malandanti" del titolo.

La natura, il nostro rapporto con essa, il rispetto che dovremmo riservargli e il suo essere come madre per tutti noi, fonte di vita e di speranza per il futuro, sono temi che ritornano un po' in tutte le canzoni, seppur coniugati in modi e con scopi leggermente diversi.

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Chi dovesse ritenere che una simile scelta sia riduttiva e, alla lunga, ridondante, probabilmente dovrebbe ascoltare brani come "Awareness" per rendersi conto di quanta poesia certi temi e, soprattutto dei musicisti ispirati, possano racchiudere. Un esperimento e un tributo che ci sentiamo di giudicare come perfettamente riuscito e, anche, molto evocativo e sentito.

Mancano tre pezzi alla conclusione del disco e verrebbe quasi la tentazione di non parlarne. Per concludere il nuovo lavoro dei MaterDea si presenta come una graditissima e inaspettata sorpresa. Due musicisti dal retroterra artistico parecchio nutrito, che va dallo studio della musica popolare alle esibizioni jazz. Malmsteen ai tempi che furono e torniamo sempre ai modelli nordici. In bocca al lupo! I MaterDea sono qui proprio per questo. Una de esas obras que mejora con cada escucha, en la que siempre se encuentran matices nuevos. Una buena terapia para cuando nos asfixie demasiado el mundo real actual.

Questo secondo full-lenght batte il primo. If you are a Pagan you will love this album! It is in my opinion the best and most talented Pagan album yet recorded. If you are not a Pagan but want an album full of "mind blowing" talent, inspiration, and a hard driving edge I certainly encourage you to check out this masterpiece of music. The production quality is amazing and within each song you will hear the love and passion that the members of MaterDea have for their music. You will hear a bit of a Celtic influence, the amazing vocal talent of Simon, perfectly beaten drums, violins, enchanting bass lines, ghostly keyboards, WOWING guitar riffs by Marco that deliver a hard rock and metal edge, and lyrics that lift up the spirit of the "Olde Religion.

Truly you will want every song on the album for each are great, and the songs fade in and out from one to another. To listen to this album in order will take you on a mystical, mythical, and magickal journey into the musical talent of MaterDea. Anche solo i testi, se letti come fossero delle poesie, vi trasporteranno in altri regni. Non manca nessun elemento qui per creare un capolavoro. Sono riusciti a catturarli tutti e a fare in modo che tutto suoni naturale.

Il brano mostra come la voce morbida di Simon riesce ancora a levarsi sulla musica possente che la supporta. Sono una loro grande fan anche solo per la lettura dei loro testi. Il loro giocare tra luci ed ombre fluisce insieme per creare un altro regno da visitare. Una canzone altamente energica e molto potente, decisamente una che ho riascoltato molte volte. Nella mente compaiono visioni di danze alla vigilia di Yule mentre ascoltiamo "Children Of The Gods". Ogni nota ed ogni beat sono posizionati con grande cura. Ne senti la potenza. Una canzone sognante e piena di trasporto che lentamente ti riporta nella dimensione del reale, lasciandoti con la voglia di averne ancora.

Insieme, Marco and Simon hanno creato un capolavoro, chiamato "Satyricon". Loro sono i Picasso e Rembrandt del mondo della musica. Rating: 5 oltre 5 pentacoli. Heavy Worlds Year December Reviewer Michele Alluigi Provenance Italy Secondo capitolo discografico per i Materdea, impregnato di un folk pagan metal che nelle terre nostrane vanta oltre a loro numerosi altri validi alfieri. Ottimi gli interventi orchestrali che danno un'aria epica a tutto il brano.

Si torna alle ballate simil-scozzesi con Broomoon, violino, chitarre e oscuri sottofondi di cori dirigono le danze. Importante in questo brano l'apporto della ritmica basso-batteria che, pur senza essere invadente, sorregge molto bene l'impianto sonoro. Non esattamente un'opera da inquadrare nel filone metal, ma sicuramente un lavoro molto interessante e ricercato per quanto riguarda l'aspetto filologico della musica.

Oggi mi trovo a parlarvi di "Satyricon", il nuovo album contenente 10 brani e uscito per la "Midsummer's Eve". I riff della chitarra elettrica si alternano ai delicati arpeggi dell'acustica, che accompagnano la dolce voce di Simon Papa, spesso affiancata dalla voce di Elena Crolle.

La traccia si attesta su un piacevole mid-tempo che improvvisamente accelera sul finale. Le strofe si srotolano dolci sul suono dell'acustica, affluendo su un refrain evocativo e trascinante. Incisivi i cambi di tempo nell'alternarsi di assoli tra gli archi di Elisabetta Bosio e la chitarra. Chiusura affidata al pianoforte. La forte vena folkeggiante dei MaterDea prende pieno corpo in "The Green Man", brano assolutamente accattivante e trascinante.

Molto belli i cori che creano lo stacco dando il La al ritornello. Davvero ben strutturata, i MaterDea si dimostrano ottimi musicisti e capaci compositori. Sempre deliziose ed espressive le linee vocali di Simon. Traccia che mi richiama alla mente le movimentate danze attorno al fuoco, in cerchio sotto la luna, a ballare fino a cadere sfiniti. Non manca comunque la componente folk, grazie alle affascinanti orchestrazioni ordite dai MaterDea.

Atmosfere solenni ed epiche impregnano "Children of the Gods". Una traccia potente, dal forte carisma e impatto sonoro. Ben riuscito anche il contrasto tra le decise linee vocali femminili e i bruschi cori maschili. Grande energia. Traccia molto evocativa e dalle atmosfere fortemente suggestive. Da segnalare un suggestivo dialogo che porta a conclusione la traccia.

Ottimo lavoro, sognanti atmosfere, un rock potente e trascinante e storie fantastiche raccontate a suon di ottima musica. Non lasciatevelo scappare! La miscela di diversi strumenti come flauto, violino e chitarra, amalgamati ai suoni della natura e la voce di Simon Papa riesce a trasmettere un mix di emozioni ed una rilassatezza toccante. Seguindo um formato gothic simples com influencias de Hard Rock e Prog, eles deixam com que o fan fique alucinado. Uma excelente banda When researching the band I was struck with the quality of their website, one of the most attractive and informative I have ever come across, especially from an independent group.

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