News: TOWER is back with new music after a 20-year break, premiere of the album „Uriel“

News: TOWER is back with new music after a 20-year break, premiere of the album „Uriel“

📁 News 🕔06.Mai 2021
News: TOWER is back with new music after a 20-year break, premiere of the album „Uriel“

Tower is a Polish band founded in 1994 (originally as Gothic Flowers) by Piotr Kolleck, who together with the bands Aion, Medebor, Sirrah and Sacriversum co-created the heavier part of the gothic metal scene in Poland.

In the 90s, the group released two very well-received albums: The Swan Princess (1998) and Mercury (1999). In 1999, the formation performed at the Metalmania festival – one of the largest metal festivals in this part of Europe, and appeared as a support for Bruce Dickinson. Unfortunately, the band broke up in 1999, just before the planned concert at the Castle Party festival.

After the band broke up, the leader Piotr Kolleck decided to register material for a new album called Raven, at Selani Studio in Olsztyn. He invited to cooperate: Leszek Rakowski (bass), DJ Qlhead and Szymon Czech.

In 2020, the Tower band officially returned. In cooperation with the Russian label GS Productions (http://gsp-music.com/), the albums The Swan Princess , Mercury and Raven were re-released. All these three titles were released in the form of a 6 panel digipak called Trilogy.
The premiere took place on April 3, 2021.

May 3, 2021, the album Uriel was released. This is the latest studio album of Tower, which refers to the band’s roots, but with a richer instrumental layer containing elements of film and industrial music. Guest singing on the album: Eva Ortiz and Liv Kari.

https://towerpl.bandcamp.com/ 

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