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Big thanks to the 365 Radio Network for adding Upon Wings’ latest single, “Afterlife,” to several of their radio stations! “Afterlife” is currently being spun on Ultimate 365, Xtreme 365, Metal 365, Indie 365 and Rock 365. Thanks, guys!
We love the fact that the stations tag Upon Wings when they spin the songs. Check out a few tweets below.
Hey, guys, it’s Anne Autumn.
I was looking through some of Upon Wings’ tweets over the past few months and it made me really grateful for all the support this past year. From the very beginning, we’ve had such support, and I’m so blessed to have all of you in the Upon Wings camp. Here are just a few of the more recent tweets that jumped out at me.
Hey, guys! We’re happy to announce that Upon Wings’ latest single, “Afterlife,” has officially been added to Rock 101 Radio and Monday Mosh Radio! Both stations have great followings, and we’re happy to be a part of their rock and metal playlist. Check out Monday Mosh Radio on Twitter here and Rock 101 on Twitter here. Thanks to both stations for the adds!
We’re so very excited to share the news that the legendary Metal Hammer Magazine has given our “Afterlife” EP a great review in their May 2013 print issue! Big thanks to the publication! Pick up a copy at stores around the globe! Here in the U.S., you can find Metal Hammer at many local stores, including Barnes and Noble!
Here’s what Metal Hammer writer Natasha Scharf had to say about Upon Wings:
“Hypnotic gothic rock that flits between symphonic and operatic metal while showcasing Anne Autumn Erickson’s dramatic vocals. Less bombastic than Tarja and not quite as flowery as early Within Temptation, but with a charm that is all its own.”
Hey, guys! It’s been a minute, but we’re back with some great news: another good review of “Afterlife!”
Musically there is a lot to like about this band, but it was the enthralling vocals of Anne Autumn Erickson along with the thoughtful, introspective lyrics that drew me in.
Anne Autumn Erickson does have an operatic vocal style but it is not over-the-top. She knows exactly when to rein it in and be a little more subdued. Some singers are so enamored with the fact they have this immense vocal ability that sometimes they go a little overboard. Sometimes less is more, as Anne Erickson demonstrates. The opening song “Afterlife” is a perfect example of this. The vocals are breathtaking and filled with heartfelt passion. The song is also quite melodic and immediately enjoyable.