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Longed for Fusion

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Longed for Fusion combine punchy guitar riffs and pounding drums with melodic keyboard sounds. An alternative program, which finds himself well in singing and in combination of different tones female vocals and strong men Symbiöse to voice a “female-fronted gothic-power metal” is received.

The band Neubrandenburger “Longed for Fusion” was founded in October 2005. All musicians have known each other for years, only played previously in other formations. After the first rehearsal was quickly realized that this is the band to which all musicians waited for ages.

Their music features a mix of hard, punchy guitar (a la Rammstein, Black Label Society, etc.) and melodic keyboard sounds (a la Nighwish, Type O Negative, etc.). Seasoned with a mix of soulful female vocals and strong male voice. After just one year, the band recorded their 2007 debut album “Salvation” on the LSD studios Lübeck.

In the past there have been several appearances at events and festivals. A special highlight for “Longed for Fusion” was the performance as support of “Angel Fire” (the only official Rammstein cover band) in December 2007 and 2009 in Schwerin. In August 2008 came “Longed for Fusion” back in the recording studio to the said “We’ll never decay” EP as a leader of the 2012 planned second Albums take. Mastering the concept published on 11/04/2009 EP took on none other than James Murphy, former guitarist of Testament, Death, Obituary, currently works as a producer in Florida.

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