Italian Folk Metal band Servan released their debut album 'Tales of the Forest'
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Italian Folk Metal band Servan released their debut album «Tales of the Forest». The album was recorded and mixed by Riccardo Coraiola in "Artifact Studio", and mastered by Manuele Pesaresi in "Dyne Engine Studios". It features collaborations with artists such as HeadMatt (from Elvenking) for guitar solos and Catia Borgogno (from Alight) for some folk instruments and female vocals.
Servan was formed in 2017 at Trento, Italy by Enrico Lunelli (Vocals), Francesco Pinter (Guitar), Mattia Faccioli (Bass), Onur Ucak (Guitar) and Andrea Sadler (Drums). The band's music merges north-Italian and European folklore with a modern melodic death metal sound, with the addition of full symphonic arrangements and medieval instruments. They're deeply influenced by bands like Finntroll, Eluveitie, Equilibrium, but also Avatar, Children of Bodom, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Kataklysm and Ex Deo.