Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody is releasing their second album titled Prometheus Symphonia Ignis Divinus this upcoming June 19th, after a long year in the studio, followed by a long-lasting process of arranging and mastering the songs, this 70 minutes epic ride comes to an end with the album’s release. But what really it’s on Prometheus Symphonia Ignis Divinus?
Well, to begin with the album is dynamic from beginning to end, the music arrangements are not only epic, but it gets complex as it continues the same cinematic style that its predecessor Ascending To Infinity (2012). Luca Turilli is a composer that like to write all the pieces of the story first then adjust them into the different albums he has on mind. So on Prometheus Symphonia Ignis Divinus the listener might find several conceptual themes that are not fully developed, yet they are connected to the whole story.
Songs like: Dark Fate Of Atlantis, Of Michael The Archangel And Lucifer’s Fall from Ascending To Infinity are interrelated on this new album. Furthermore, there is new ideas within the new songs that form part of different mini concepts within the album. One Ring To Rule Them All, King Solomon And The 72 Names Of God, Yggdrasil, and Rosenkreuz (The Rose and The Cross) are just a few examples of the complexity of Luca Turilli‘s music & storytelling.
The Age Of Metal had the chance to speak with Luca Turilli of Rhapsody about the creative process behind Prometheus Symphonia Ignis Divinus, the musical journey, and of course when we will see this live on the stages across North America.