MOSCOW-BASED METAL GROUP TIAVARA DROP NEW TRACK – “CELESTIAL DANCE”
Moscow-based, melodic metal group, Tiavara, release their new track, “Celestial Dance,” from their upcoming album, Delusional Tales of Grand Intentions, due out April 27, 2018.
The album’s first single, “Celestial Dance” is a protest against seeing the world in absolutes. It is also about accepting oneself through understanding both one’s flaws and virtues. Absolutism is a subject that pervades many of the band’s songs, as Tiavara strives to promote open-mindedness.
The foundation of the band was established by brothers Tikhon (lead guitar) and Danila (drums) Pachin in 2012, and after performing covers of Scars on Broadway, Marylin Manson, The Cranberries etc., the pair joined with Aleksandr Bogdanov (rhythm guitar), Rostislav (Rost) Prus (bass), Egor Veryovkin (keyboards, percussion, backing vocals) and Arte Vardanyan (vocals) to solidify the official Tiavara line up in 2014.
Since then, the band have been fashioning a blend of heavy yet melodic music with clean. Powerful vocals, channeling influences from Lamb of God, Devil Driver, Godsmack, System of a Down, Slayer, to Bring me the Horizon. The released their first EP Never Silent (2015) while touring throughout Russia, and the following year, the sextet dropped When Sheep Dream of Paradise. This past year, the group amped ups their touring in preparation for the release of Delusional Tales of Grand Intentions.
Stay tuned for more material from Tiavara and announcements leading up to the international release of Delusional Tales of Grand Intentions.