30 June, 2014: Fans all around the world are anxiously awaiting the release of Power Progressive Metal Band ALOGIA new album “Elegia Balcanica” scheduled to be released on September via Miner Records. The group has just revealed the front cover of the new album with artwork from the renowned artist Slobicus Doomicus. To add to the increasing excitement the video of their third single, “Callis Ad Astra” (translated: The Path to the Stars”) is finally available on line on AlogiA YouTube’s Channel http://youtu.be/daNNHU8mvEM
“It’s such a powerful song that let you be fascinated by its Balkanic atmosphere. An innovative ‘rendez-vous’ between the power of Metal and the charisma of Eastern resonances. It’s very progressive, and we are sure it would be interesting especially for Dream Theater’s fans,” said the management about the release of the third single.
“The album is recorded in the Serbian language, so far, but we are thinking about a solution to record an English version, too. Anyway, if you like traditional prog/power metal music, you will love this. It will also have a little dose of Balkan atmosphere that makes it sound more unique.”
Power progressive metal band AlogiA produces music that rocks and it doesn’t just rock in Serbia. It rocks around the world. Formed in 2000 by Serbian brothers Miroslav and Srdjan Brankovic both on guitars. The rest of band consists of Nikola Mijic on vocals, Vladimir Ranisavljevic on bass guitar and Srdjan Golubica drums.
Their raw music translates into any culture. They’ve gained such a worldwide following that they’ve translated their first album into English, and are working on a English version of their upcoming work as well.
This new album will also be distributed worldwide with CDs available throughout all the major CD stores & e-markets on line.
The band is also looking forward at the new album’s release and you may bet “Elegia Balcanica” will be a joy for all the fans, progressive metal listeners, and music lovers who have been following AlogiA for 14 years!”
Power progressive metal band AlogiA realizes music that rocks. Their albums are recorded in Serbian language but the raw music translates into any culture. Because they’ve gained such a following in England and the US, they’ve translated their first album into English, and are working on a English version of their upcoming work as well.
Alogia was formed in 2000 by Serbian brothers Miroslav and Srdjan Brankovic both on guitars. The rest of band consists of Nikola Mijic on vocals, Vladimir Ranisavljevic on bass guitar and Srdjan Golubica drums.
The band has opened for bands such as Whitesnake, Apocalyptica, Savatage, and Paul Di Anno, and has played many big Shows as headliners as well.
Their albums have received a lot of excellent reviews from the press, and they have been invited to appear and play on numerous TV and radio shows.
They’ve also played huge festivals like Exit, Hendrix Fest, and Hard’n’Heavy, which have gathered audiences of more than 30,000 people.
Over fourteen years, they have released numerous albums: Price o vremenu (Tales of Time) — 2002, Price o zivotu (Tales of Life) — 2004, Secret Spheres of Art (English version of the first album) — 2005, Price o snovima (Tales of Dreams) — 2012 (Live CD), Price o vremenu i zivotu (Live at SKC) — 2006 (Live DVD), and Price o vremenu i zivotu (2007).
They’ve also been able to do collaborations and b-side projects, like Expedition Delta, Shadow Gallery, Eden’s Curse, and Despot.
Now the band is preparing their long-awaited new album, Elegia Balcanica, to be released in September 2014. Srdjan Brankovic, also the founder of the project Expedition Delta, explained that album also “includes a dose of Balkan atmosphere that makes it sound more authentic.”
The Album will be available worldwide on the CDs stores and throughout all the major e-shops online (I-tunes, Amazon, etc.). The title track video is available on YouTube (http://youtu.be/p3uZ9vLKjWk), and has already been viewed by thousands!