The Chronicles of Israfel
The Chronicles Of Israfel
|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Genres||Progressive metal, alternative rock, progressive rock, experimental rock|
|Associated acts||Pulse Ultra|
Scars On Broadway
|Website||The Chronicles of Israfel|
The Chronicles of Israfel is a Canadian progressive, experimental metal band from Montreal, and the title of a musical narrative written by Dominic Cifarelli, the former guitar player for Pulse Ultra.
During his time with the band Pulse Ultra. Cifarelli began to create a fictional story after viewing violent Japanese anime movies.
Cifarelli enlisted the help of several musicians, ans three years later, in 2007, an album based on the first part of the story was completed. Titled "Starborn, Tome I", it follows Israfel, the main character, in his search for a new home and the self-discovery of his inner design. It was released through Bridge of Hands Entertainment.
In 2008 Cifarelli became bass player for Scars on Broadway, and the project became inactive for a time. In March 2014, the first single, "Life I Know" was released with the second planned album, "A Trillion Lights". The next album was released in October 2016, nine years after the debut album, to mixed reviews.
- Israfel (Dominic Cifarelli): composer, Singer producer, guitars, bass, backing vox, additional keyboards, string arrangements, sound design & percussion
- Veloel (Vincent Cifarelli): piano, keyboards, string arrangements, sound design, samples & programming
- Rico Antonucci - Vocals
- Justin Piedimonte: Drums
- Andrew Wieczorek: Keyboard, piano, vocals
- Marc Durkee: bass, backing vocals
- Studio Albums
|Starborn, Tome I
|A Trillion Lights, Tome II
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- "The Chronicles of Israfel – A Trillion Lights, Tome II (2016) – Review". 31 December 2016 RockmusicRaider.
- "The Chronicles Of Israfel – A Trillion Lights, Tome II [REVIEW"]. Musicology, Joshua Palmer October 18, 2016
- The Chronicles of Israfel on MySpace
- The Chronicles Of Israfel - Band Profile on Metal Hammer
- The Chronicles of Israfel - official website
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