Sounds Like: Lacuna Coil, Secret Sphere, Sonata Arctica, Rhapsody Of Fire, Ancient Bards
The Windfall born in 2003 with the artistic union of Matteo Bresci on drums, Lorenzo Nardi on guitar Marco Patracchinii on bass.
The initial intention is to play a very rhythmic melodic metal , but the lack of an appropriate voice made difficult to realize this goal.
In December 2007, t...See Full Bio
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"[...]There is a lot of pain and sacrifice that goes into crafting a disc that represents you. For Windfall, we can only imagine how much of their life experiences, dreams and nightmares, went into the making of this album. But the end result is something they should not only be proud of, but we, as listeners, should be impressed by. They've ironed out any issues you could have imagined, and given you a taste of classic metal done with a modern female twist. Their biggest victory, though, is being a band that has tremendous pieces, but an even greater whole. While every member has talents well beyond what you hear on a single piece of plastic, they are even more incredible when playing off of one another. They are links in a chain, attached to one another in a loop that never bends or breaks. Any one weakness in the loop would be disastrous; but there is no wear and tear, no rust to be found. "Tales Of An Ordinary Life" is anything but ordinary, and neither is Windfall [...]"