SinHeresY is a symphonic heavy metal band raised in 2009 in Trieste (Italy) from an idea of the bass player Davide Sportiello and the guitar player Lorenzo Pasutto. In the following months the vocalist Cecilia Petrini, the drummer Alex Vescovi and the vocalist Stefano Sain joined the band. With this line-up, SinHeresY started in 2010 their live activity in Italy and Slovenia, and realized a home-made demo containing two original songs with power metal influences.
Then the band beginned the compositions of new songs where the dominant power metal root got limited for a darker and more powerful sound. In June 2011 the work was accomplished and SinHeresY entered Studio 73 in Ravenna. They committed themselves to Riccardo Pasini (already working with Extrema, Ephel Duath, BeerBong) for the recordering of their official debut EP "The Spiders And The Butterfly".
In October the band signed a distribution contract with the label Revalve Records owned by Roberto "Rob" Cufaro and a managment deal with K2 Music Managment. At the same time the keyboard player Daniele Girardelli joined the band, thus completing the line-up.
"The Spiders And The Butterfly" gained immediately general approval from critics and public. It was elected best demo of the month by the prestigious italian Metal Maniac magazine, and one of the songs, "Forever Us", hit #1 chart position of "Top 50 female fronted songs of 2012" run by Female Musicians FTW.
In February 2012 SinHeresY shot the official video of "Temptation Flame", under the direction of Marco Tessarolo and Mario Orman, and the lyric video of "Forever Us", also directed by Mario Orman. In April 2012 the band opened in Trieste the first gig of Seventh Wonder's italian tour.
In the meanwhile they started the composition of the songs of their first full-length. For the new album they decided to underline the "cinematic" side of the band, tuning down the dark components which characterized the previous release in favour of a wider variety of atmospheres and themes, with a costant development of a personal and more mature sound. With this aim they called the composer and arranger Lorenzo Visintin, who wrote the orchestral tessitura of the songs.
At the end of the pre-production phase, in January 2013 the band started a mini-tour as headliners across the baltic nations, where the new songs, presented for the first time, were welcomed with excellent opinions.
In June of the same year the band revealed the title of the album, "Paint the World", and signed with Bakerteam Records for its release, scheduled for September 30th. The full-length was recorded between Ravenna's Fear Studio (Blaze Bayley, DGM) and Studio 73 for the band's parts, and Trieste's Fandango Sound Studio and Urban Recording Studio for the parts of the guest musicians, among them the choir Auricorale Vivavoce directed by Monica Cesar. Then the album was mixed and mastered in Sweden, at Varberg's Fascination Street Studios, by Johan Örnborg and Jens Bogren (Soilwork, Amon Amarth, Opeth, Paradise Lost).
"Paint the World" was praised as "one of the best symphonic power/gothic metal releases of 2013" and the band promoted it with several live performances all around Italy and Europe. Starting from an incredibly successful release-party in their hometown, SinHeresY then played in a special acoustic set as opening act for Anathema, and in the following months they supported other leading bands in the genre such us Secret Sphere, Almah (band of Edu Falaschi, formerly singer of Angra) and Dark Moor.
In summer 2014, with the strengthened direction of Mario Orman, the official videoclip of "Break Point" came out. SinHeresY crowned the brilliant concert season performing their songs in one of the most prestigious squares in Trieste with a real symphonic orchestra of young talents.
At the moment the band has been confirmed for some of the most important metal festivals in Italy and at the end of the year they will be the official supporter for the revelation band Amaranthe, in Kiev (Ukraine). The composition side is not left apart! - the band is working hard on new material and a brand new album is forseen for the end of 2015.