Amore Ad Lunam
Amore Ad Lunam is a “Gothic Metal Tribe” emerged from the island of Puerto Rico, lead by baritone singer and songwriter Malcolm Báez. Their shamanic, melancholic yet addictive sound consists of powerful riffs, melodic lead guitars, resonating keyboards and the drumbeats possess compelling vintage rhythmic variations. The vocals are deep mixed with dramatic and razor-breaking choirs.
The songs encompass a wide range of rock-based genre, mixing Rock & Roll, Dark Wave, Gothic Doom, NDH, Alternative and Metal with fragments of Trip Hop. Influences stem from bands like: Paradise Lost, The 69 Eyes, Lacrimas Profundere, Moonspell, Eisbrecher, Charon, Icon & The Black Roses, Poison Black, Type O Negative, Sentenced, The Cult, Billy Idol, The Foreshadowing, HIM among others.
Back in December 2013 Amore Ad Lunam released their first full-length album title “Dark Romantic Era”, containing twelve successful songs hit after hit of pure breathtaking melodies and a dominant powerful sound. The album contains such titles as “Never Lasting Love”, “Raven”, “The Witness” & “Devil In Disguise”. The first promotional video for the single “The Witness” was released in early 2014 and a few months later released a lyric video for the second single “Raven” with great success causing a lot of noise from the fans singing along in the crowd.