Even Flow Progressive Metal Band

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About Even Flow

Even Flow is a progressive metal band founded in the late nineties by brothers Pietro Paolo (guitar) and Giorgio Lunesu (drums). The band’s name comes from the will of its members to express their real ideas and emotions.In 2008 the band releases the first debut EP ‘Dream Weaver’, receiving universal acclaim from fans and critics alike.In 2010 the band gets back in the studio to record the second album ‘Ancient Memories, which reveals a more mature and eclectic sound and features the participation of Fabrizio Di Sarno (Paul Di Anno and Angra) on keyboards and Jani Loikas (Nocturnal Winds) on bass. The album receives positive responses in the international panorama and, thanks to this, Even Flow is selected from over 2000 bands to participate to the final contest of the Sweden Rock Festival. In the same year the band embarks on his first European tour.In 2013 the band brings for the first time in their city the worldwide known singer Blaze Bayley (Iron Maiden): the show is a success, consolidated by an amazing sold out.

In the same year the band enters the studio to record its third album ‘Flower Paths’.’Flower Paths’ is an acoustic EP that features the participation of Mark Zonder, historical drummer of Fates Warning, Mike Lepond (bassist of Symphony X) along with Matt Guillory (collaborator keyboardist for the solo projects of James Labrie).2015 starts with a new European tour in support of the album ‘Flower Paths’, with a show in the cult venue Rock N ‘Roll Club in Milan with Roberto Tiranti historical voice of Labyrinth.In the same year the band opens the Wonder World of Roberto Tiranti with Ken Ingwersen on guitars and Tom Arne Fossheim on drums: a superband supporting during their world tours, historic founder of Uriah Heep, Ken Hensley.In October 2015 the band embarks on his third European tour as special guest for Orphaned Land, pioneers world of progressive eastern metal, and consolidating seven sold out shows at Aix-en-Provence, Lyon, Lille, Manchester, London, and Paris (double sold out).In the spring of 2016 the band opened a concert to Michael Angelo Batio.