…At the dawn of times, in the Far East, a child was born, beautiful as no one had ever seen, daughter of the water and the earth. As a reward for her purity and kindness, she received the gift of eternal life. Because of her beauty and wisdom, though, every men of the kingdom longed to have her. …" That's the way this band started their own story, however this Synphonic Metal band from Italy was formed in early 2010, by Lady Victoria (lead singer), Rain (guitars), Alexandre (bass) and Shadow (drums). After a hard work with some live presentations, in August 2010, the can finish recording their first Cd and has signed with Ravenheart Music Record for the release of their first album "Immortal Beauty".
With 1970's Workingman's Dead, the Grateful Dead went through an overnight metamorphosis, turning abruptly from tripped-out free-form rock toward sublime acoustic folk and Americana. Taking notes on vocal harmonies from friends Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the Dead used the softer statements of their fourth studio album as a subtle but moving reflection on the turmoil, heaviness, and hope America's youth was facing as the idealistic '60s ended. American Beauty was recorded just a few months after its predecessor, both expanding and improving on the bluegrass, folk, and psychedelic country explorations of Workingman's Dead with some of the band's most brilliant compositions. The songs here have a noticeably more relaxed and joyous feel. Having dived headfirst into this new sound with the previous album, the bandmembers found the summit of their collaborative powers here, with lyricist Robert Hunter penning some of his most poetic work, Jerry Garcia focusing more on gliding pedal steel than his regular electric lead guitar work, and standout lead vocal performances coming from Bob Weir (on the anthem to hippie love "Sugar Magnolia"), Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (on the husky blues of "Operator"), and Phil Lesh (on the near-perfect opening tune, "Box of Rain").