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Markie Morávková

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Markie Morávková
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Markie Morávková with Alia Tempora at Masters of Rock 2019
Background information
Birth nameMarkéta Morávková
BornOctober 14, 1990
Origin Czech Republic
Electronic Music
Symphonic Metal
Years active2012–present

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Markéta Morávková (*October 14, 1990), known professionally as Markie Morávková, is a founder and lead singer of the Czech modern metal band Alia Tempora. Markéta is the daughter of Miloš Morávek, a Czech guitarist known from bands Progres 2, Futurum, Kern, and Synkopy. Markie is known for her fan-friendly attitude[1] and her fans often call her "the Unicorn Princess"[2]. Her singing beginnings date back to her 6 years of age, when she sang as the youngest member of Iva Bittová's personal choir[3].

Alia Tempora[edit]

Alia Tempora is a modern metal band from the Czech Republic formed by Markie Morávková and Štěpán Řezníček in 2012 in Brno. The first single called "Frozen" has been published in 2013 and in 2015 Alia Tempora released their debut album called "Digital Cube" featuring a guitarist from Delain, Timo Somers[4]. Gustavo Sazes, famous for designing covers for bands Amaranthe and Arch Enemy, created cover for the album. In 2018 Alia Tempora supported Swedish act Amaranthe on the Baltic tour in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia[5]. The most common touring destination for Alia Tempora is Western Europe, mainly the United Kingdom[6]

Alia Tempora released their second album "Dragonfly Effect"[7] on 21 September 2019  and presented it at Masters of Rock (Ronnie James Dio Stage) and on extensive tour in Europe and Mexico.

Personal Projects[edit]

In February 2017 Markéta hosted a project called Metal Make Up on Spark TV.[8]

In the Summer of 2020, Markéta appeared as a guest singer on the solo album of Anna Kiara (Imperial Age) named "Storyteller" in the duet "Sister".[9]

On 18th and 19th September 2020 Markéta hosted an open-air festival "Rockový Majáles: Zubří Země" in Bystřice nad Perštejnem, Czech Republic, on Sunday 19th September together with Czech actor Jakub Kohák.


  1. femmetal (2019-09-20). "Interview with Markie Morávková of Alia Tempora". FemMetal - Goddesses of Metal. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  2. L, Johanna. "Support Sunday: Unicorn Princess Markie (Alia Tempora)". Handmade Dreams of Mine. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  3. "Iva Bittová, Vladimír Václavek a Lelky". 1997. Archived from the original on 1997. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "Brněnská ALIA TEMPORA spolupracuje s kytaristou z DELAIN". Spark Rock Magazine (in čeština). Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  5. Loud, Go (2018-04-26). "ALIA TEMPORA (CZ) touring the Baltic States with AMARANTHE". Go Loud Agency. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  6. "Alia Tempora". www.rockfiendpublicationsscotland.co.uk. 2019-10-04. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  7. "Dragonfly Effect by Alia Tempora - DistroKid". distrokid.com. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  8. "Představujeme novinku - METAL MAKE-UP". Spark Rock Magazine (in čeština). Retrieved 2020-07-14.
  9. Anna KiaRa - The Story Of Storyteller, Part 6, retrieved 2020-10-02

External links[edit]

Category:Singers Category:Female heavy metal singers Category:Women

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