POVERTY’S NO CRIME To Release Spiral Of Fear Album In North America In June; Audio Preview Streaming
April 21, 2016, 3 years ago
German progressive metal act Poverty's No Crime will release their seventh album, entitled Spiral Of Fear, in North America on June 3rd via Metalville Records.
Mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni (DGM, Empyrios) at his Domination Studio in San Marino, the album represents possibly the most mature sounding piece of music the band has ever recorded. With an intuition for melodies that come with astonishing implicitness and songs that put the label "progressive" never close to being intrusive but make it just sound natural. It represents the band's complete musical scope from intoxicating heavy guitar riffs and inspiring melodies to intense instrumental passages and catchy choruses.
Featuring Volker Walsemann (vocals & guitars), Marco Ahrens (guitars), Heiko Spaarmann (bass), Jörg Springub (keyboards) and Andreas Tegeler (drums), the album release will be accompanied by live activities during the next few months.
"Music has always helped us to temporarily dream away and escape from all the hopes and fears in life. The fears are dealt with in this record. The hopes were allowed to stay." - Poverty’s No Crime
Spiral Of Fear tracklisting:
“The Longest Day”
“Spiral Of Fear”
“A Serious Dream”
“The Fifths Element”
“The Ballad Of 91”
(Photo - Mike Münstermann)