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How many female fronted bands know from North Africa?
Plus, surely one, the Crimson Chrysalis, who despite their flag is a woman, not directly related to what you put in your mind.
The Crimson Chrysalis is less than the symphonic Nightwish, less pop than the Within Temptation and less wannabe-goth from that Lacuna Coil.
The “Crimson Passion Cry” looks more like a beautiful soundtrack, dressed with the warm voice of René van den Berg, who does not imitate, or trying to maintain watertight describing an average female fronted band. The compositions are simplistic and not pompous, with a strong emphasis on melody.
In places the color of René more reminiscent of the great ladies of the ’80s, but without falling into the trap represents the sound of that decade (except maybe the track “F off and Die”), while escaping from the metal pattern has been established for years for the bands of the genre. Several give classical music with rock bases and references, excellent performance, honest approach and ideas that something “kittens” space would be jealous and will gladly steal.
The album was originally released in 2012, but for the first time available worldwide this year, and believe me, it would be unfair to such a job remained in obscurity.
The “Crimson Passion Cry” is a little gem that comes to confirm that sometimes “small” and unknown bands are those that keep alive the flame of music.