Glasya – Heaven’s Demise

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Glasya – Heaven’s Demise
Pride & Joy Music
Release Date: 12/07/2019
Running Time: 50:08
Review by Chris Galea

Female-fronted Symphonic Metal bands are a dime a dozen and so it’s easy for Portuguese band Glasya to get overlooked. It happened to me…I had been postponing this review since July. But let me tell you, once I got a taste of this album I was immediately hooked.
It might sound dismissive to refer to Glasya as Nightwish clones (they doubtlessly are) but the band exudes passion and you can’t help be enamoured by these songs. Their songwriting quality is great and soprano Eduarda Soeiro is so jaw-droppingly good.
With the anthemic ‘Eternal Winter’, the addictively catchy ‘No Exit From Myself’ and the stirring ‘Coronation of a Beggar’…amongst other gems…”Heaven’s Demise” was a welcome discovery for this reviewer.
1. Heaven’s Demise
2. Ignis Sanctus
3. Coronation Of A Beggar
4. Glasya
5. Eternal Winter
6. Birth Of An Angel
7. The Last Dying Sun
8. Neverland
9. No Exit From Myself
10. A Thought Of You
Eduarda Soeiro – Vocals
Bruno Prates – Guitar
Hugo Esteves – Guitar
Davon Van Dave – Keyboards
Manuel Pinto – Bass
Bruno Ramos – Drums
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