Two weeks ago the second, full-length album from Italian band Constraint was released entitled Tides Of Entropy. Constraint was founded on March 23rd 2011 as a symphonic metal cover band. Nowadays this band from Italy plays symphonic metal with classical and progressive influences, and they are fronted by Beatrice Bini and her powerful voice offering a pretty impressive vocal range. Many symphonic metal bands I think sound quite similar, but Constraint is definitely a distinctive band with well-formulated and good songs. The track Omniscient Oblivion,
Constraint first release was the demo Illusion Of A Dream (2012), followed by their first full-length Enlightened By Darkness in 2016.After an important line-up change in 2018, Constraint released the single The Big (B)End in June 2019, then the second single Golden Threads and a cover of Slave by the very good Norwegian band Leprous. The track Leben Ist Streben,
They began a Kickstarter campaign for their second album, which has been successful. The self-produced album was released on 23.03.20 independently and distributed digitally via Sepulchral Silence. The new songs show a musical and stylistic maturity seasoned with progressive undertones.The track Remanent,
Line-Up: Vocals: Beatrice Bini, Guitars: Matteo Bonfatti, Bass: Gabriele Masini, Keyboards: Enrico Bulgaro, Violin: Davide Borghi and Drums: Alessandro Lodesani.