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AUSTRALIA - Victoria

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JENARIUM

Created by ROBERT DOMINIC GENNARI, featuring Craig Parker, lead actor from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Underworld 3). JENARIUM: Rise of the New Sun is the eargerly anticipated concept album based on the sci-fi/fantasy JENARIUM book; Rise of the New Sun. Narrated by Craig Parker, lead actor from Peter Jackson's the Lord of the Rings Trilogy featuring a seventy piece orchestra, and a one hundred voice choir. This triumphant electro-rock/symphonic concept album has been mastered by Tom Baker (Nine Inch Nails, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Matrix Soundtrack). Visit the place where it all started: www.jenarium.com

JENARIUM: Rise of the New Sun has garnered praise, with testimonials from high calibre people like TROY, STAR TREK actor Eric Bana, July 2009; “...Impressive music and concept...” Hollywood Film Chorale founder Sally Stevens, website testimonial; “JENARIUM is truly amazing, a tremendous world class sound...”, along with testimonials by rock heavyweight drummer John Tempesta:(Rob Zombie, the Cult) website testimonial; “Incredible...I'm sure you're going to go very far in the music business”. With its union of rock, electronica, choral, and orchestral genres, set against a backdrop of the JENARIUM sci-fi/fantasy mythology, the album is drawing in fans from all around the globe.

Composer and Author ROBERT DOMINIC GENNARI, has created a powerful and dramatic musical experience, which ushers the listener through the majesty of choirs and orchestra while fusing it with electronic synthesizers and rock/metal guitars and drums, all presented in a highly contemporary format. Combining these elements, Rise of the New Sun is a colossal sound, blending film score music with the accessibility of mainstream rock and electronic music.
The music featured on the album is composed, recorded and produced by Robert Dominic Gennari. All press are welcome to access sound bytes at the ALBUM section of the website: www.jenarium.com