Thursday, June 4, 2020 

MAX PIE - Odd Memories
Max Pie is a progressive and power-metal band. Grandiose, loud and powerful, massively melodramatic with heroic choruses, soaring vocals, and mind-blowing instrumentation; Max Pie will appeal to fans of Dream Theater, Rhapsody, Kamelot, Symphony X, Circus Maximus. Founded in 2005 by vocalist Tony Carlino, Max Pie - like most other bands in their early stages - underwent a number of unavoidable line-up changes but kept on writing, rehearsing and step by step building a loyal following thanks to a rigorous touring schedule and impressive stage presence. In 2012 they released Initial Process their debut, featuring special guests Emmanuelle Casali (DGM, Astra) on keyboards and guitarist extra-ordinaire Patrick Thayse. The album was both a critical and commercial success around Europe, both with the Prog-Rock crowd and hard and heavy Rock fans in general, allowing them to tour as support act for Jon Oliva's Pain. The follow-up Eight Pieces - One World features Simone Mularoni - the mastermind of Italian prog masters DGM and the cyber-thrash band Empyriosto. Mularoni, in addition a celebrated producer, also mixed and mastered the album. Once again critically acclaimed around the world, they performed excerpts from this second opus while performing at festivals around Europe and touring with acts such as Symphony X, Evergrey, Fates Warning, Avantasia, and Queensr˙che. Now, in 2015, Max Pie returns with their most inventive and ambitious album yet: Odd Memories. More progressive, more melodic, more powerful, the album features special guests Julien Spreutels (Epysode / Ethernity) on keyboards And once again - as was the case with their two previous albums - Max Pie called on Simone Mularoni to produce Odd Memories at his Domination Studio, located in the medieval-fashioned Republic of San Marino. Finally, last but not least, Didier Scohier created the stunning artwork. Odd Memories: 10 epic original and captivating progressive metal anthems!
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