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Indigo Dying

Indigo Dying

Indigo Dying


Chilean born, out of a surreal mix of Italian, Swiss, German and English descent, Gisa Vatcky is a singer who has been working with an incredible number of amazing artists. The list would include from Andrea Bocelli to Enrique Iglesias, Placido Domingo, Melissa Etherige, Luis Miguel, Perry Farrell, Meat Loaf and more. Indigo Dying is Gisa’s debut as lead vocalist on an album and is a studio project put together specifically to develop her talents Read more on Last.fm
Chilean born, out of a surreal mix of Italian, Swiss, German and English descent, Gisa Vatcky is a singer who has been working with an incredible number of amazing artists. The list would include from Andrea Bocelli to Enrique Iglesias, Placido Domingo, Melissa Etherige, Luis Miguel, Perry Farrell, Meat Loaf and more. Indigo Dying is Gisa’s debut as lead vocalist on an album and is a studio project put together specifically to develop her talents by Frontiers Records President Serafino Perugino and LA-based producer Fabrizio Grossi (Glenn Hughes, Starbreaker). The goal was to find some suitable songs which could encompass a taste for more contemporary Hard Rock and Metal songs for a female singer so gifted as Gisa is. Musicians include Mordechai "Mordy" Hauser (guitar), Fabrizio Grossi (bass, orchestrations, programming, acoustic guitar), John Macaluso (drums) ex TNT, Malmsteen and Riot, Jamie Teramo (keyboards, piano), and Tommy Denander on additional guitars.

Former Helloween singer Michael Kiske appears singing a duet in the song "Breathe in Water", while former Malmsteen and Ring of Fire shouter Mark Boals guests on vocals on “Superman” and “Fair Enough”. The resulting album is a fascinating and capturing experience is a musical world that has no boundaries. From the Modern, almost Gothic influences of “All In Never Wanted”, to the eerie atmospheres of “Breathe In Water”, to the more hard rocking approach of “Island” this album has plenty to offer to the dedicated listener. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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