Nightglow: details from the debut "We Rise"On March 18th, 2013, the awaited Nightglow debut album "We Rise" will be released by logic(il)logic Records and distributed by Andromeda Dischi.
The track list is as follows:
1. We Rise
2. Time Lord
3. Between Heaven & Hell
4. Evil Dust
5. Shine Of Life
7. Don't Cry
8. End Of Time
The album, whose artowrk was made by Alessandro Conti, was recorded at Digitallcube in Modena.
A short video teaser by Michael Gardenia can be viewed online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZMqIh9ack4.
Nightglow saw the light in 2003 as an Heavy Metal band devoted to classic metal music, inspired by the English trend of the 80’s and embellished with a more modern, sofisticated sound. In addition to its own pieces, Nightglow also offers covers of Iron Maiden, Metallica, Manowar, Megadeth, Gamma Ray, Black Sabbath and other big metal bands of the past.
In summer 2006, Nightglow started a project as a tribute to the most powerful Heavy Metal band of all times: ManOwaR!
In 2007, the band has been recognized as official Manowar tribute band by the Italian fan clubs Manowar Italia and Army Of Immortals, becoming the first one in Italy and Europe.
In the same year, the second demo "Metanderthal, the Metal Age" was released featuring four new songs; it achieved outstanding success among audience, magazines and webzines. Nightglow boasts an average of 25-30 concerts per year on the most famous stages in Northern Italy and Europe and many collaborations with the best Italian metal bands and international artists such as Eric Martin, Fabio Lione, Kiko Loureiro and Rhino.
2010: major changes in Nightglow. Three mainstays left the band to pursue personal projects (Simone Rinaldini, Giovanni Stefani, Lucio Stefani). Two phenomenal artists took over the guitars: Andrea Moretti (already in the band for over a year) and Giulio Negrini, nationally known guitar-maker. The new “five-members-line-up” swept away any doubt about the future of the band: the band started playing far and wide with unanimous approval. With new energy and renewed passion, the five entered again the studio for their first full-length album, “We Rise”.