Voice of Glass
Voice of Glass
From the beginning, they strived to create their own style of music mixing aggression with melody and harmony in trying to form new and fresh music. In, 2005 they added Stanimier Kostov as their bassist and changed the band’s name to “Voice Of Glass”. They teamed with producer Tony Grapes from Millennium studio in Sofia, Bulgaria, and they recorded their first single ‘Valley’. They made a music video with the project, which at it’s time was one of the biggest and most ambitious projects by a metal band ever in Bulgaria.
‘Valley’, which was based on the 23 Psalm of David, was received well by media in Bulgaria and was played often on Bulgarian music channels MM and M2 during the summer of 2006. The video also opened the door for them to be interviewed live on the only TV show strictly for metal music in Bulgaria - “Fractura”. After the success of ‘Valley’, the band underwent some internal changes as the band’s drummer and vocalist Todor left the band. This left them with the unique opportunity to re-define their style and sound as Olya began to take the full load of the vocal responsibilities in their music.
They added drummer Julian Nedkov and began the process of completely re-defining the vision and direction of their music. They sought to challenge themselves to grow musically in creating music that was original and modern with a heavy groove mixed with melodic and powerful vocals. They felt they achieved this in their song called ‘Song Of Songs’ which they recorded as their second single. The ‘Song Of Songs’, which was based on the book in the Bible, was recorded on November 24th 2006 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria at Sound Design studio.
The band challenged themselves by taking the roles of producers for this project, feeling they were confident in the new sound and style that they were envisioning. They hope that this song is the beginning of an exciting road in artistic expression and musical growth for the band. They will continue challenging themselves to do new things and to test their limits in rhythm, melody, and harmony in order to continue creating powerful, fresh, and relevant music. 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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