Past the Boys’ Membership is a month-to-month column from journalist and radio host Anne Erickson, specializing in girls within the heavy music genres, as they provide their views on the music trade and talk about their private experiences. Erickson can be a music artist herself and has a brand new EP and single out, “Last Love,” with Upon Wings. The most recent version of Past the Boys’ Membership options an interview with Melissa Bonny of Advert Infinitum.
Swiss and German symphonic metallic band Advert Infinitum launched their debut album, Chapter I: Monarchy, in 2020. They adopted that with a reimagining of the LP, Chapter I Revisited, later that yr, and one other new album, Chapter II: Legacy, in 2021. Now, they’re set to launch one other contemporary set, Chapter III – Downfall, out March thirty first through Napalm Data. Pre-order the set right here.
Spearheaded by gifted singer Melissa Bonny, the band has already racked up tens of millions of video views for songs similar to “Marching on Versailles” and “Unstoppable.” Over the previous three years, Advert Infinitum have toured the world, most just lately showing with Amaranthe, Past the Black and Butcher Infants on their expanded European and UK run. Wanting forward, their schedule will solely get busier upon the discharge of the brand new album.
For Heavy Consequence‘s latest edition of “Beyond the Boys’ Membership,” Bonny spoke with us in regards to the new album, her expertise as a lady in metallic music, recommendation for up-and-coming musicians, and far more.
Congratulations in your new album, Chapter III – Downfall. How would you say this launch differs from the opposite ones on this sequence?
Thanks very a lot. I’d say that this album is a continuity and evolution of our launch Legacy. We built-in some additional sounds and manufacturing particulars to open up the dimension of every music, in addition to some further heaviness and darkness.