After years of discussions about a possible collaboration, the renowned German producer, guitarist
and songwriter Sascha Paeth has joined forces with the Italian label Frontiers to launch his new
band, Masters Of Ceremony.
States Paeth: “Finally, I am putting my energy into a metal project of my own. It is the sum of my
experiences over the years and a bit of a revival of what I was doing in the past.”
However, ‘Signs Of Wings’ is far more than a solo album, as Paeth has put together a great group of
musicians including Felix Bohnke (Avantasia) on drums, André Neygenfind (Avantasia) on bass,
Corvin Bahn on keyboards and the awesome American singer Adrienne Cowan (Seven Spires). With a
wide range of songs within the metal spectrum, from aggressive and straightforward to more melodic and
symphonic tracks, the record has a bit of everything and is certainly going to strike fans of Paeth as one
of the most inventive, complete and exciting releases in the metal genre in 2019.
As a 15 year old teenager, you might have found Paeth playing a more bluesy style, or Van Halen meets
Accept style hard rock, but it wasn’t long before he joined Heaven’s Gate, where the music was harder
and heavier and he began taking inspiration from new styles and from new collaborations. It was the
start of a long journey through the music business, a journey that is far from over….
To label Sascha Paeth a multi-talented producer, engineer, musician and songwriter might not quite
cover his full set of skills and achievements. The Wolfsburg born German artist has produced countless
bands including Avantasia, Kamelot, Rhapsody, Epica and more. Having worked on, produced, and
engineered over 200 albums since 1988, it is fair to say that he has a reputation for being at the forefront.of shaping the European melodic power metal sound.
A limited edition 180g, gatefold, white vinyl edition of ‘Signs Of Wings’ will also be available exclusively
on the Frontiers EU and US stores. This pressing is strictly limited to 300 copies worldwide.
Fans can get their copy here while supplies last: http://radi.al/FrontiersMusic