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'Fool' The second studio release from Symphonic singing Diva, Darkyra Black. Recorded in Athens, April 2014, 'Fool' is a peek into the lives of the many faces that come and go at the fountain of wishes. The fountain built for Kings and Queens of the Past. 'She kissed goodbye a penny for the hundredth time, the fountain filled with coins of the past' 'Fools, lost in our dreams, will they remain forever buried in the fountain of frozen....' An eclectic mix of Epic Metal, Progressive Rock, Gothic Rock and Symphonic Music blending Far Eastern Strings & Baroque influences with an overall cinema like feel. Darkyra, for the first time joins with three of Perths finest String players performing a selection of songs from both her debut album 'Dragon Tears' as well as songs from the new album 'Fool'. Special guests: Silent Knight Kinetica. Circus Dance Theatre Dress theme: Venetian Masks and or Court Jester HatsTickets Save
Sounds Like: Darkyra Black
Bio: The Story - Darkyra Black - Something special, something you have never heard before!
"Upon first listen you may liken it to industry greats such as Within Temptation or even Tarja (ex-Nightwish) but in doing so you wouldn’t even come close. Very few women in the industry are able to weave music...See Full Bio
“'Dragon Tears' is the first and rather amazing Darkyra album being an 11 track concept album based on a Gothic interpretation of a Geisha tale that ends in tragedy - love, loss, lust, betrayal and revenge. The music is a fine blend of Symphonic Metal, Gothic Metal, Epic Metal and Progressive Rock offering up an overall cinematic feel together with influences from Japanese Petatonic Music. But what about Darkyra herself? She is from Fremantle, a city in Western Australia, and her music should grace the music collection of any music fan into any of the above mentioned styles. Vocally, to my ears she has her own musical style, although she will no doubt be comapared to other female fronted Gothic acts, but to be honest, this is slightly different, fairly unique and highly original. All eleven numbers here are different but are very fluent and offer up musical highlights galore, too numerous to mention. However, if Dakyra Black was based in Europe, she would be creating tidal waves 9/10”