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Symfonia - In Paradisum (2011)

Symfonia - In Paradisum (2011)

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"Fields of Avalon" (5:09)

"Come by the Hills" (5:01)

"Santiago" (5:54)

"Alayna" (6:17)

"Forevermore" (5:31)

"Pilgrim Road" (3:37)

"In Paradisum" (9:35)

"Rhapsody in Black" (4:34)

"I Walk in Neon" (5:44)

"Don't Let Me Go" (3:56)[4]

"I'll Find My Way Home" (4:44) (Japanese bonus track)

Symfonia Band Members / Musicians

Andre Matos – vocals

Timo Tolkki – guitars, production, mixing

Jari Kainulainen – bass

Mikko Härkin – keyboards

Uli Kusch – drums

Giovanni Nebbia – mixing, editing, engineer – mix engineer on "I'll Find My Way Home"

Maor Appelbaum – mastering engineer

In Paradisum is the debut and only album by multinational power metal band Symfonia, released on March 25, 2011 in Japan and April 1, 2011 in Europe. In paradisum (English: "Into paradise") is an antiphon from the traditional Latin liturgy of the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass.

The album was written by vocalist Andre Matos and guitarist Timo Tolkki, with the former focusing on lyrics and the latter focusing on the music, and both having some input on each other's parts.

The drums were recorded in two days by Uli Kusch in a separate studio, with the guitars, bass and keyboards being recorded in Helsinki. Work on vocals started on the first day of 2011 in a cabin on top of a mountain where Matos and Tolkki kept isolated with no internet or telephone.

Symfonia was a short-lived symphonic power metal supergroup formed in 2010 by Andre Matos (vocals), Timo Tolkki (guitars), Jari Kainulainen (bass), Mikko Härkin (keyboards) and Uli Kusch (drums). On February 18 of 2011, the band made its debut performance at Finnish Metal Expo. The band released its only album, In Paradisum, in March 2011.

Symfonia Band Members / Musicians

Andre Matos - Vocals (2010–2011)

Timo Tolkki - Guitar (2010–2011)

Jari Kainulainen - Bass (2010–2011)

Mikko Härkin - Keyboards (2010–2011)

Alex Landenburg – Drums (2011)

Uli Kusch - Drums (2010–2011)

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