Heavyworlds.com recently conducted an interview with singer Amanda Somerville (KISKE/SOMERVILLE, AVANTASIA, EPICA). You can now watch the chat below.
KISKE/SOMERVILLE, the new project featuring Somerville and former HELLOWEEN vocalist Michael Kiske, released its self-titled debut album last September via Frontiers Records.
Somerville is the American singer-songwriter and vocal coach who was tapped to replace EPICA vocalist Simone Simons on the band's North American tour with SYMPHONY X due to Simons' health issues.
Amanda was featured on KAMELOT's "Ghost Opera" CD and has toured with AVANTASIA. She released her solo album, "Windows", in 2008.
A Michigan native, Amanda has resided and worked mainly in Germany and the Netherlands since 1999. She has collaborated with several other bands in the metal scene along with producers Sascha Paeth and Miro, and co-wrote the rock opera "Aina". Her own music is of the pop-rock genre.
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