THE UNITY Feat. GAMMA RAY Members: 'Rise And Fall' Single Released

January 20, 2017

THE UNITY, the new band founded by drummer Michael Ehré and guitarist Henjo Richter (both of GAMMA RAY),has released its first digital single and lyric video for the song "Rise And Fall" via Steamhammer/SPV. It is described in a press release as "a real taster for all aficionados of powerful hard rock and technically accomplished melodic metal."

In addition to Richter and Ehré, THE UNITY consists of Gianba Manenti (vocals),Stef E (guitar),Jogi Sweers (bass) and Sascha Onnen (keyboards),all of them musicians that many fans have been familiar with since Ehré’s former band LOVE.MIGHT.KILL arrived on the scene.

"During many gigs and countless hours in the rehearsal room, Michael and I discovered that we are on the same wavelength, on a personal as well as on a musical level. So we came up with the idea of focusing that part of our creativity that goes beyond GAMMA RAY in another band," Richter explained. "UNITY features the perfect lineup for that."

THE UNITY's self-titled debut album will be released on May 5, followed by a tour with German hard rock legends SINNER and a release show in their German hometown.


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