"The Path To The Endless Fall", a brand new song from Brazilian female-fronted progressive power metallers VANDROYA, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's new album, "Beyond The Human Mind", which will be released on April 28 via rough Inner Wound Recordings.
With a more evident progressive influence but without giving up the weight and virtuosity of power metal, the new album brings a more mature band, a more balanced sound and reflects the musicians technical and artistic evolution since the debut album, "One".
The "Beyond The Human Mind" album concept revolves around the journey we all go through in search of fullness and inner peace.
The cover artwork was created by Felipe Machado Franco (BLIND GUARDIAN, RHAPSODY OF FIRE, ICED EARTH).
Led by vocalist Daísa Munhoz, VANDROYA is ready to take the next step and make a mark in the metal scene with "Beyond The Human Mind".
"Beyond The Human Mind" track listing:
01. Columns Of Illusion 02. The Path To The Endless Fall 03. Maya 04. Time After Time 05. Last Breath 06. I'm Alive 07. You'll Know My Name 08. If I Forgive Myself 09. Beyond The Human Mind
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