Los Angeles-based symphonic prog metallers Anthea have released their new album “Tales Untold”, now available as of August 26th via Rockshots Records. To celebrate the sophomore full-length’s release day, the band is sharing their new music video for the track “Song for Winter”.
“This song celebrates the beauty of nature, particularly in the wintertime. This one was written while things were feeling very grim due to the virus, so we wanted to do something that would give a sense of calmness and escapism. The goal was to musically capture that feeling of resting by the fireplace, drinking a nice warm cup of tea while looking out the window to see a beautiful winter landscape.”
Anthea’s new album “Tales Untold” follows their 2020 debut “Illusion”. An epic symphonic/melodic metal journey, with varying dynamics, “Tales Untold” will make new and old fans alike feel as if they’ve gone through a grand cinematic and poetic experience. For its recording, Anthea took the reigns to a more DIY approach with vocalist Diego Valadez taking over as the album’s producer along with bassist Eric “EJ” Guerrero in charge of the band’s music videos and photography.
“The difference with this next record is that Anthea has a more mature sound and we have carefully thought out the ebb and flow throughout it. Our end goal is to give a very dynamic and cinematic album in which the listener feels as though they’ve gone through a grand musical journey once they’ve reached the end.”
Anthea is a melodic, symphonic metal band from Los Angeles, CA. With influences from bands like Nightwish, Kamelot, and Wintersun, as well as scores from composers such as Hans Zimmer, John Williams, and Danny Elfman, the band create a unique theatrical sound blending progressive, power, and thrash metal elements, with a grand, cinematic edge.