FALLEN ARISE is a symphonic metal band formed in Athens in 2009 by Gus Dibelas. Since 2009, the band has released one E.P. and two albums: “Eternal EP” (2012), “Ethereal”, (2013), “Adeline” (2015), while simultaneously performing a large number of shows in Greece and Europe as headliners or sharing the stages with many famous artists. The main idea around Enigma’s creation was to create an album that would refresh the band’s musical style. They didn’t want something that sounded like “Ethereal” or even more reluctantly “Adeline”. Obviously the band is very proud of these two albums, they just didn’t want to repeat themselves thus the approach from the beginning was very different from the previous ones. FALLEN ARISE wanted their music to sound as contemporary as possible, but at the same time to remain faithful to the kind of music they play. Pop aesthetics are always something they are willing to implement in their craft, keeping in mind that pop music is a huge influence on the band’s compositions. All this combined with the elements that define metal music and the orchestral idea which is still present in the band had provided this end result. The choice of collaborators for the creation of the “Enigma” was very thoughtful and targeted in order to achieve the result the band sought. The main part of the overall arrangement and recordings took place in Athens, at Soundflakes Studios with John Mcris being a close associate of the band and the sound engineer for the main body of this new work. Part of the recordings took place at the Rock Factory Studios in Siena, Italy by Nikos Zannis and Davide Fatemi as sound engineers. The mixing process took place at Hell’s Kitchen studios with John Mcris as mixing engineer. For the mastering process, FALLEN ARISE collaborated with Fascination Street studios and Tony Lindgren as mastering engineer. The album artwork is created by Paul Culley and the layout by Miron Theodoridis.
Official Release Date: 10/04/2020
1. In Adentu Deorum
1. Without DIsguise
3. Forever Winter
5. The Storm Inside