Lunatica

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Lunatica
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Promo image of Lunatica.
Background information
Origin Suhr, Switzerland
Genres Symphonic metal[1]
Power metal
Years active 1998–present
Labels Frontiers Records
Napalm Records
Members Andrea Dätwyler
Sandro D’Incau
Emilio MG Barrantes
Alex Seiberl
Marc Torretti
Ronnie Wolf
Past members Beat Brack
Ermes Di Prisco
André Leuenberger

Lunatica is a Swiss symphonic metal band, formed in Suhr, Switzerland in 1998.

Biography[edit]

Formation[edit]

Founded by keyboardist Alex Seiberl and guitarist Sandro D’Incau, lead vocalist Andrea Dätwyler joined the band in 2001.

Atlantis[edit]

Their debut album Atlantis was released later that year. A series of concerts and festival appearances followed, and Lunatica was named "Best Newcomers" at the Swiss metal festival, Metaldayz.

Fables & Dreams[edit]

Their second album Fables & Dreams followed in February 2004, produced by Sascha Paeth, renowned for his work with numerous successful European acts. “Fables & Dreams” debuted at #13 on the Swiss Internet Charts.

The Edge of Infinity[edit]

Their third album The Edge of Infinity followed in August 2006.

In 2008, guitarist André Leuenberger left the band, and was replaced by Marc Torretti.

New Shores and Hiatus[edit]

Most recently, Lunatica's fourth album New Shores was released in February 2009.

Return and Untitled Fifth Album[edit]

An as-yet untitled fifth album has been in production since 2010.

Line-up[edit]

Current members[edit]

Andrea Dätwyler
  • Andrea Dätwyler - vocals(2001–present)
  • Sandro D’Incau - guitar(1998–present)
  • Emilio "MG" Barrantes - bass(2001–present)
  • Alex Seiberl - keys(1998–present)
  • Ronnie Wolf - drums(2001–present)

Previous members[edit]

  • Beat Brack - bass(1998–2001)
  • André Leuenberger - guitar(2001–2008)
  • Ermes Di Prisco - drums(1998–2001)

Discography[edit]

Full-length albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Fable of Dreams (2004)
  • Who You Are (2005)

Music videos[edit]

  • Song for You (2007)

External links[edit]

References[edit]