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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 75

2024-04-03 16:58

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 75

Last appointment of the week dedicated to Nightwish.

Last appointment of the week dedicated to Nightwish.


In addition to the singer, Nightwish is forced to replace their longtime drummer Jukka Nevalainen, who due to health issues has to step down and is replaced by Kai Hahto. Finally, the summer of 2014 marks a new chapter for the Finnish band, with the recording of the new album "Endless Forms Most Beautiful," the first featuring the vocals of Floor Jansen and multi-instrumentalist Troy Donockley. This album marks an incredible transformation, maintaining the band's technical mastery while adding new nuances and depth to their music. Inspired by a passage from Charles Darwin's book "On the Origin of Species," the album explores the concept of evolution and beauty in nature. The presence of scientist Richard Dawkins as a narrator adds a unique and fascinating element to the album. The album launch is accompanied by singles like "Élan" and "Shudder Before the Beautiful," which captivate with their combination of metal power and epic melodicism. The ensuing world tour is a triumph, taking Nightwish across the globe (part of the tour is captured on the DVD "Vehicle of Spirit," showcasing the overwhelming energy of their live performances). In 2018, the band releases "Decades," a compilation celebrating their career up to that point, and in 2020, they deliver their ninth album "Human. :II: Nature."


The last listening recommendation of the week is the title track of "Endless Forms Most Beautiful." Enjoy!



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