Early 2012, five Dutch musicians got together to form a symphonic rock band they later called Unsealed. All with different (musical) backgrounds, all equally motivated to create a fresh sound. The repertoire distinguishes itself with the unique combination of classical violin together with both clean and distorted guitar. Mix that up with clean, high pitch vocals, groovy bass and eclectic drums and you have the sound that is Unsealed.
In fall 2012 the band had written enough songs to fill a complete album so they decided to hit the studio and start recording. After a lot of hard work in that studio we can now enjoy the exciting debut album of Unselad, called ‘Humanity’. It consists of 11 tracks, including one acoustic bonus track. The album was recorded in Studio JP, Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands.
Besides recording, it was time for Unsealed to present their music to a live audience, on stage. January 2013 Unsealed enjoyed their stage debut in Rayland, Rhoon where everything was recorded for RTV Radio. The songs and interviews from this first gig were played live on air.
Soon after this stage debut Unsealed played at ‘Winterfest’ in The The Hague Popcenter (HPC). An exciting festival which had several stages and featured over 50 bands from a variaty of genres.
At both live shows, Unsealed’s music was very well received as being fresh, melodic and original. For Unsealed this is only the beginning, they plan on hitting the stage many more times. In February their first videoclip will be recorded. Further, they are working on new songs and steady developing their repertoire and exploring new sounds.