ALTHEA
Memories Have No Name

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01. Regression From Regrets | 02. Paralyzed | 03. A New Beginning | 04. Revenge | 05. Drag Me Down | 06. Halfway Of Me | 07. Intermediated pt. 1 | 08. I Can’t Control My Mind | 09. Intermediated pt. 2 | 10. Leave It For Tonight | 11. Memories Have No Name | 12. The Game | 13. Last Overwhelming Velvet Emotion (L.O.V.E) | 14. Take Me As I Am | 15. Anything We’ll Ever Be | 16. A Final Reflection

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During 2016, Italian Progressive Metal/Rock band Althea composed and recorded the songs that are part of their new concept album Memories Have No Name. Progressing from Progressive rock/metal to more experimental and reflective sections, Memories Have No Name is an emotional journey into our most intimate inner selves.

Memories Have No Name is a concept album, an introspective analysis of the impact of memories on one’s life through the eyes of two different characters. This story is reflected in the 16 musical chapters (tracks) of the album.

The album will be available on CD, Digital and streaming platforms through Sliptrick Records worldwide. Althea previously released the Eleven EP, in February 2014.

Memories Have No Name | Released April 7th, 2017 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Regression From Regrets | 02. Paralyzed | 03. A New Beginning | 04. Revenge | 05. Drag Me Down | 06. Halfway Of Me | 07. Intermediated pt. 1 | 08. I Can’t Control My Mind | 09. Intermediated pt. 2 | 10. Leave It For Tonight | 11. Memories Have No Name | 12. The Game | 13. Last Overwhelming Velvet Emotion (L.O.V.E) | 14. Take Me As I Am | 15. Anything We’ll Ever Be | 16. A Final Reflection

Memories Have No Name was recorded by Dario Bortot, mixed and mastered by Danilo Di Lorenzo at Moonhouse Studios.

Althea are:
Alessio Accardo – Vocals | Dario Bortot – Guitar, Synths, Effects | Sergio Sampietro – Drums | Fabrizio Zilio – Bass | Marco Zambardi – Keys, Synths

Band links: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube

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3 reviews for ALTHEA
Memories Have No Name

  1. djentmag.com

    Brilliant is not enough to describe the second outing from Italy’s Althea. From the first ripping atmospherics of “Regression From Regrets” to the eerie closing moments of “A Final Reflection,” the energies of Memories Have No Name will grasp you and not let go. As with their first, Eleven, Althea has again chosen to take the concept album route …read more

  2. prog-sphere.com

    Backing somewhat dark themes and overtones is Alessio Accardo’s emotional and sorrowful voice which provides the ideal vehicle to deliver the words. When he sings about this mentally daunting matter, you believe the man. Another one of Althea’s strengths is their ability to have complex songs that still manage to be under five minutes long. This allows choruses to become hooks, and don’t rely on uber skilled technique to impress. Like stated earlier, the experimental aspects of the music are well above par …read more

  3. progarchy.com

    To summarise, Memories Have No Name is a record largely based on the progressive rock genre channelling many different elements. This is a true epic, both in length and amount of quality material, which requires quite a few listens to get into it. How far Althea are ready to go? Time will tell. But for now they are on the right path …read more

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