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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Faust (1:10)
2. Luce Nera (4:32)
3. Mephisto (3:42)
4. Perdizione (5:49)
5. Fuoco Segreto (4:38)
6. Margarete (3:35)
7. Occhi Spezzati (4:05)
8. Schegge Di Specchio (5:26)
9. Limite (1:09)

Total Time 34:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Marco ''May'' Arizzi / guitar
- Francesco Mancuso / keyboards, synth, backing vocals
- Pablo Ferrarese / vocals
- Fabrizio Bisignano / bass
- Alessandro ''Attila'' Fanelli / drums

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Self-released CD.

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Review by andrea
4 stars In 2012 Tenebrae released their second album with a renewed line up featuring along with Marco Arizzi (guitars) Francesco Mancuso (keyboards, synthesizer, back vocals), Fabrizio Bisignano (bass), Alessandro "Attila" Fanelli (drums) and Pablo Ferrarese (vocals). Antonella Bruzzone helped the band to write the lyrics while Sara Aneto took charge of the artwork and of the booklet that she enriched with many nice drawings. The result of their efforts is "Il fuoco segreto " (The secret fire), a beautiful concept album inspired by Goethe's Faust.

The overall sound is heavier than in the previous work and the new vocalist showcases a great personality delivering some operatic passages, dark growling and soaring melodies. The band interpret Goethe's story freely, adding a touch of original poetical inspiration and dark, Gothic sounds with good results. Despite the changes in the line up there is a strong stylistic continuity with the previous work and maybe Mephisto is just the name of the mysterious painter we met on their previous album...

Troubled dreams, foggy memories hanging over the secret fire that burns in your soul, broken mirrors and haunting illusions take you to the limit of reality, towards a new awareness. Well, on the whole another album that is really worth listening to!

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