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Whisper from Heaven / Press

"Those into other acts within the symphonic genre such as Within Temptation, After Forever, Epica, Delain and HB will find a lot to like in Whisper From Heaven. Vocally, Amulyn Corzine brings the range and dynamics to rank with contemporaries Sharon den Adel, Simone Simons and Johanna Aaltonen, while musically the group trends towards a heavier sound more akin to Epica..." "...my advice for fans of the symphonic metal genre would be to make checking out Whisper From Heaven in immediate priority."

“Another artist that just grabbed me was symphonic metal act Whisper From Heaven. 7 minutes of angelic joy with a true bombastic soundtrack. Female operatic vocals that soar over the carnage beneath, this song was an immediate repe...”

“OK... I wasn't even sure of which song this one as I listened to it! Then the solo in the beginning made me realize that it was "Anymore"... I continued my listen and was blown away of how this band reinvented one of my favorite tracks I have ever written! Then the vocals kicked in, and I was floored with this wonderful, etherial, ghostly and powerful vocal performance! I have to say I listened to this track 3 times in a row! I am in love with it! I am not familiar with Whisper from Heaven (but am now a fan), but I cannot thank you enough for first, honoring me with this AMAZING re-work of this track and second, for executing this with amazing performance and beauty! It truly is a "whisper from Heaven" for me... Thank You... If ever you would like to work with me on a project, I would dig the opportunity! A duet with your lead singer would be an honor!”

“Whisper From Heaven ... is the first Progressive/Death/Goth influenced band that I believe I have ever heard and really sets the closing tone with haunting female vocals and gutteral Death vocals that leave you wanting more”

“Finally, I don't know who Whisper From Heaven is but their rendition of "Anymore" is stunning. They took the somber and minimalistic Camelot track (which I already liked in the first place) and turned it into something epic.”

“Whisper From Heaven and its female fronted Gothic metal rendering of “Anymore” (an underrated deep cut from Camelot In Smithereens) is one of my favorite disc one tracks. Sort of reminds me of Virgin Black. Excellent guitar solo. I want to hear more from this group!”

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