Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Alexandra Zerner start crowdfunding campaign for the upcoming album "Silhouette"

Alexandra Zerner's new album "Silhouette" is a conceptual work based on a personal story about conquering inner demons. It consists of 12 tracks divided into 3 scenes, cointaining 4 parts each, as the total length is 47:17.

“Silhouette” is a colourful, melodic, and emotional guitar-oriented progressive rock album, influenced by bands like Pink Floyd, Yes, Marillion, Jethro Tull, Dream Theater, Fates Warning, and Opeth, and it’s mostly instrumental work with the exception of the song “Perspectives” where the listeners can enjoy the captivating vocals of Maja Shining from the Danish metal band Forever Still

Another notable guest-appearance to the album is the guitar hero Jeff Loomis, currently a member of Arch Enemy and well-known for his work with the iconic metal band Nevermore.

In the album, Alexandra recorded almost all of the instrument parts, as her musical palette, besides the guitar, also incorporates keyboards, bass, mandolin, lap steel guitar, fretless guitar, electric sitar, and flute. The drums are recorded by Victor Alexandrov with whom Alexandra has played as a support act for artists like Stu Hamm, Greg Howe, and Dream Theater.

The album is currently being crowdfunded on GoGetFunding by pre-orders of a wide variety of merchandise items as the campaign runs all the way until the release date on the 20th of March.

Artist: Alexandra Zerner
Album: Silhouette
Genre: Progressive Rock
Release Date: 20 th of March, 2021
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Alexandra Zerner is a guitar player and multi-instrumentalist from Brno, Czech Republic.

She releases her debut instrumental album "9 Stories" in 2014, followed up by "Aspects"
(2015), the acoustic EP "An Evening Walk" (2016), and the double CD album with a book
“Opus 1880” (2018).

She took part in several different projects as a guest musician, as the most notable ones are
her guitars and keyboards contribution to "Odd Times" by Alberto Rigoni together with the
drummer Marco Minnemann, and a lead guitar in "The Four Seasons" by Vivaldi Metal


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