|Status:||Active||Current Label:||Scarlet Records|
The Evenoire have been active since 2007. In 2008 they released their first EP “I Will Stay”. Their lyrics often take inspiration from popular legends of the area of origin of the band, and their music is a mix of original progressive , folk and symphonic metal . Their distinctive sound is the use of the flute, as well as the powerful and evocative voice of charismatic frontwoman Lisy Stefanoni.
After the release of Vitriol in 2012 (title inspired by an acronym of alchemical origin and which refers to the elements present in the lyrics), produced by Scarlet Records , the Evenoire have embarked on an intense live activity in Italy and abroad that led them to the participation in the summer 2013 festival as Fosch Fest (with Ensiferum , Alestorm , Cruachan , Skyforger ), Colonia Sonora, Autunnonero Strigarium, Vacchen and others. The album has had positive reviews from magazines such as Rock Hard, calling the band “one of the most striking surprises of the national scene”.
April 15, 2014 the release of their second album Herons , always with Scarlet Records , always inspired by popular themes, is characterized by a more aggressive sound than the last, but at the same time enriched with orchestral sounds and acoustic moments, where it also indicates a duet with Linnéa Vikström of Therion (“Tears of Medusa”). The band in summer 2014 has promoted the second work in major Italian festivals including the Pegorock (with the Germans Leaves’ Eyes ), the Metal for Emergency (with Rhapsody of Fire , Strana Officina and White Skull ), the Malpas Folk (together with Elvenking ), the Rock Island.
On 19 October 2014, the band performed on stage at the prestigious festival Belgian Metal Female Voices Fest, along with bands like Leaves’ Eyes, Sirenia, Xandria, Therion, Arkona, Ancient Bards .
In 2015 the Evenoire released their first video, for the song “Drops Of Amber
- Lisy Stefanoni: Vocals & Flute
- Marco Binotto: Bass
- Alessandro Gervasi: Guitar
- Toshiro Brunelli: Guitar
- Michele Olmi: Grums
|I Will Stay||2008|