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Review and photos of the Peine concert 26.03.11

There is now a short review and even some photos of our gig in the „Garage":

http://www.markkoenig.de/venus-in-pain-und-ember-sea-in-peine/2011/04/

Apart from the fact that some pictures are really fantastic (finally displaying our new guitar player Stefan, too) the review is written in a rather friendly tone. *

I was once again amazed how much the band-intern perception about what music we are playing sometimes differs from the perception of the reviewer: "solid Hard-Rock with a twist of Folk" and "music à la In Extremo" is to be read here. And we feared the peeps would accuse us of having a techno-attitude… ;-) I think it's time to open up the following collection with a twinkle in my eye:

Ember Sea: What are they playing again? or 1000 genres for a hallelujah!

- Celtic Pop (German Rock und Pop Prize) - Modern Melodic Metal (old band info) - Female Fronted Metal (newer band info) - Gothic-Rock, but very melodic (from the "Traumfänger" Forum) - Metal (from the "schwarzes Chemnitz" (=black chemnitz) Forum) - Gothic Rock / Female Melodic Metal (Radio Timetravel) - solid Hard-Rock with a twist of Folk / music à la In Extremo (Review Mark Koenig)

- ???

Whoever comes up with another useful or inventive proposal: Don't hesitate to send them in! Employees of Ember Sea GbR must not participate. The jurisdiction of a court is excluded.

Groove, groove, over and over: groove!

Vincent / Ember Sea

* Attempt of translating the review (by Vincent):

"…Then Ember Sea were following of whom I neither heard anything before. Solid Hard-Rock with a twist of Folk is the brand of choice. The musicians did well even though this music à la In Extremo etc. is not completely my cup of tea. Just a matter of taste. But singer Eva Skamira's voice was really stunning. Respect − Short persons consistently tend to have strong voices."