Zaher Zorgati (Vocal)
Malek ben Arbia (Guitar)
Anis Jouini (Bass)
Elyes Bouchoucha (Keyboards)
Morgan Berthet (Drums)
The Japanese language song "Monster In My Closet" is an exclusive Japanese recording! The sublime sounds of the Japanese language and the band's mysterious atmosphere blend together in a high dimension here This dramatic song is a must-listen to, and can only be heard on From Tunisia, a country with an overwhelmingly mellow musical culture, to the world now, this band is ethnic, melodic and progressive. Ethnic, melodic and progressive. Myrath' masterpiece "Shehili", which presents a unique worldview through a unique crossover, will be released in 2019. It's a whirlwind in the heavy metal world.
Tunisian progressive heavy metal band, Myrath, LOUD PARK16 The band has become a household name here in Japan with their impressive stage presence on He is a veteran of the band, whose career is already within reach of 20 years if you include his work with the band. The band X-Tazy, which was formed in 2001, changed its name to Myrath in 2006. A major turning point for the with the French progressive metal band Adagio, which sadly disbanded last year. Encounter. Myrath was the opening act for Robert Plant and Adagio, where Adagio She hit it off with Kevin Codfert, keyboardist for the band Hope. The following year, with Kevin as producer, they made their album debut with "Hope This was to be the first time the band had ever worked together. The tag-team relationship with Kevin continued, and in 2010 they released their second album, "Desert Call In 2011, they released their third album "Tales of the Sands". The band's unique sound, which actively incorporates influences from Tunisian, African and Arab folk music, has been a source of inspiration for The style of the band impressed metal fans all over the world that "Tunisia has Myrath". After the release of "Tales of the Sands", the band has been working with Dream Theater and Symphony X The band has been touring aggressively and has been a part of progressive metal festivals such as ProgPower USA and ProgPower Europe (headliner here!) ), and their fame quickly became worldwide. After five years of absence from their last album, their fourth release, "Legacy", was the long awaited This is a true Tunisian band, featuring an Arab flute and ney, in addition to the string section. A progressive, melodic and exotic masterpiece that puts identity at the forefront It became The song "Believer," which was mixed by Jens Bogren, was With more than 5 million views on YouTube, it's easy to see how they've garnered a great deal of attention The idea is to find out if you're in the right place.
And now they've signed a deal with a major label called earMUSIC, and their fifth release 's album, Sheheli, is undoubtedly a new masterpiece. 'It's all about happiness and joy. It's a tribute to those that never give up hope in this hateful world," says vocalist As Zaher tells us, the music is full of beautiful melodies and, of course, progressive Exotic. Once again, the production, with the help of Kevin Codefer, Jens Bogren and others, of course Perfect. A totally impeccable album. In recent years, Myrath It's amazing how often the name of One listen to "Shehili" and you will understand why. At present, the term "Tunisian heavy metal band" does not sound familiar to many people. Could be. But there is a good chance that Milas will change that stereotype. Just as Sepultura once transformed the image of Brazil. This year, the band will take the new album to Europe's largest open-air festival And appearances at Wacken Open Air in Germany and the Swedish Rock Festival. The Myrath are a sure bet; they are sure to be the typhoon of the heavy metal world in '19.