TALES OF EVENING: 'Winds Will Rise' Video Released

October 18, 2013

"Winds Will Rise", the new video from the Hungarian female-fronted symphonic metal band TALES OF EVENING, can be seen below. A Hungarian-language version of the song — "A Szél Feltámad" — was also made available as a foretaste of the band's second album that is already in the works for a spring 2014 release.

The first TALES OF EVENING release, "Hajléktalan Lélek" (Shelterless Soul),featuring ten powerful hymns, came out in September 2012 via Nail Records in Hungary. Two videos were made for the album that became a widespread success among fans of the melodic metal genre.

Formed in 2011, TALES OF EVENING has already supported well-known acts like SABATON, ELUVEITIE and LUCA TURILLI'S RHAPSODY, among others.

In November 2013, they will be rocking at the Keep Wiseman Alive VII show with WISDOM, POWERWOLF and VISION DIVINE.

By introducing songs in English, TALES OF EVENING aims for the international market, trying to reach as many fans as possible with their new video and the next release.


Ivett Dudas: Vocals
Tamas Ribarics: Guitars
Andras Nemeth: Bass
Attila Adam: Keyboards
Robert Palosi: Drums

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