E.v.e. | Equations Vanquish Equality

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Equations Vanquish Equality

by E.v.e.

Melodic prog/rock sounds with metal, fusion & ambient elements.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Poetic Injustice
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2. Perpetual Dreamers
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3. The Planet's Cry
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4. You Could
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Album Notes
E.V.E. (Equations Vanquish Equality), is initially a melodic prog/rock project created by Vicky Psarakis, an american-greek vocalist/composer, in late 2010. The main concept behind it is the world we currently live in, everyday human situations and interactions, "disease", and the kind of corruption that comes from within. Music-wise, though the style mainly revolves around a melodic/progressive core, you can identify various fusion, ambient & even oriental elements.
In May 2012, the first self-titled EP was officially released, consisting 4 tracks.

Album Credits:
Recordings and mixing took place at 9800 Studios (http://www.9800.gr/).
Mastering done by Nathan Allen at Last Drop Mastering, SF (http://www.lastdropmastering.com/).
Artwork & Logo designed by Virginia Kakava (Art of Sin Design)

Guest Musicians:
Keys/Guitars/Bass/Saxophone by Elias Nousis
Electric Guitars on "The Planet's Cry" by Tasos Asonitis (Wings in Motion)
Acoustic Guitar solo on "The Planet's Cry" by Konstantinos Stavrou
Drums by George Kollias

Press Items:

-“In case a beautiful woman behind the mic is a reason for you to not even bother listening to a band or to label its music and put it to this or that music category, well E.V.E. might change your mind. ” -Metalzone-

-“Question: How disappointed can a listener feel when trapped in a release which lasts barely 18 minutes? Answer: Their only solution is the "repeat" button while hoping for a full-length album soon! Write down the name "E.V.E." for they'll surely trouble us in the future...” -GreekRebels-

-“The voice and the melodies respresent a distinct personality that goes beyond the walls of the typical female fronted sound. The atmosphere indicates a Pink Floyd/Porcupine Tree influence, rather than symphonic metal, which is customary when dealing with a female voice. This mixture acts like a "healing" to the ears as well, even at the heavier points, it manages to relax the listener.” -Rockap-

-“E.V.E.'s first EP, consisting 4 tracks, really stands out due to an incredible production, and compositions renowned bands would envy, executed with overflowing emotions.” -Rock Overdose-

-“Progressive combined with oriental melodies and even jazz influences without ending up in confusion. Throughout the entire EP you can witness a continuous variation of musical themes and emotions. If at any moment you start getting used to a particular riff, something completely different and better comes along and changes everything!” -RockinAthens.gr-

-“Fresh squeezed music, featuring Rock forms and different styles mixes; even Jazz, even Pop…Full gear and crystal spots, interesting riffing, fabulous backing vox and intermissions driving us all the way to Rush and Genesis…” -Rockpages.gr-


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