Steel Gallery Records presents the comeback album “Deny Reality” of the legendary Greek Progressive/Power Metallers Sorrowful Winds! The new album will be release on April 15th 2022.
“Deny Reality” is the band’s fourth full length that marks their return seven years after their previous “Non-Aligned” album. Power, melody, complexity and dark atmosphere are the main features of the band’s current sound portrait that is highlighted through an album that will satisfy all those who are still in search for some first class Progressive Metal.
Today the band also presents their first single “Quite Evil”. Watch the lyric video below.
Sorrowful Winds was one of the first bands of the 90s Greek Progressive Metal movement with legendary releases like their same titled “Sorrowful Winds” second demo and their “Imminent Arrival” debut album. From the very first days the band has managed to build its own trademark sound, keeping it as their main starting point, they go through a remarkable sonic evolution offering a new delightful piece of musical art.
This is Prog Metal of the new age: Technical, theatrical, strange and beautiful: Sorrowful Winds are wisely exploring its dark variation.
If you adore the tech-vision of late era of Symphony X, combined with the King Diamond and Candlemass blessings plus lots of Psychotic Waltz, Sanctuary and Crimson Glory, then you should not miss this sonic masterpiece of dark expressionism. Sorrowful Winds are back! For good!
Pre-order “Deny Reality” here.
01. Deny Reality
02. Silence in the Morning
03. Time Pills
04. To Slay the Last One
05. Ocean Drown Me
06. Satan’s Heart
07. Quite Evil
08. 3 Years Old
Mike I. – Vocals
Thanasis Hatziagapis – Guitars
Tasos Iosifidis – Bass & Keyboards
Kostas Exarchakos – Drums
Music composed by Tasos Iosifidis / Thanasis Hatziagapis
Lyrics written by Mike I.
Music arranged and produced by S.W.
Recorded, engineered, mixed and mastered by Dionisis Christodoulatos
at CFN Recordings studio, Athens – Greece
Drums and bass recorded by Diogenes Kyrantzoglou at Piper Studio, Piraeus – Greece
Original drawings and paintings by Konstantinos Tzalalis Art
Album cover artwork by Tasos Iosifidis