[news] Fatum Aeternum release new maxi-single “The Pain”



Fatum Aeternum release new maxi-single “The Pain”


After almost a year of silence, Fatum Aeternum presents their new work – Maxi Single “The Pain”, intended to be the first but not the last in a sequence of releases, aimed to be a new vision of dark rock and gothic metal. Renewed with strong electronics bit, arranged by Steve Gershin and completed by the sound production of George Falk, “The Pain” is a deep and highly visualized presentation of all the bands’ influences.

The band comments: “After releasing our previous single “One Bastard” we once again went into a creative search. It took us a while, but eventually we came across the combination that fits us both as a band and as individuals. This combination includes dominating atmosphere created by the new means of technology, specifically by Orion Platinum by Synapse Audio Software and Addictive Drums by XLN Audio. We’re very grateful to the creators of these amazing tools for helping musicians to achieve a great sound easily and with affordable price”.

Among others, the new musical style of the band preserves the elements from years back: expressional male and female vocals, heavy, yet atmospheric guitars and piercing violin solos.
As for the future, the band plans to continue the practice of maxi-singles, releasing new songs alongside reworked and improved versions of older songs that didn’t receive the exposure they deserve.


Track List
1) The Pain
2) Market World (Hysterical Passion Mix)
3) One Bastard (Remastered)
4) The Pain (Piano Version)

Credits:
Steve Gershin - Keyboards/Programming/Bass/Vocals
Evelyn Shor Gershin - Violin/Vocals
George Falk - Guitars
Igor May - Drums

Vadim Weinstein - Drums on Market World

All Songs mixed and mastered by George Falk

Except "One Bastard" mix by A.G. Studio and remastered by George Falk.



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