BAND HISTORIAN : Александр Смерчев LORE MASTERS: DRAKE MEFESTTA & RICK HEINZ BAND ARTISAN: ELIZABETH ART CREATIONS
A unique force in the realm of music, blending operatic performances with the raw energy of orchestral and metal music. This Metal Musical Theater Production offers an immersive experience, combining captivating visuals with powerful narratives.
Rooted in Theatrical Opera combined with Metal, DiAmorte presents a fresh take on musical theater. Their performances harmoniously intertwine elaborate stage presentations with their distinctive musical style. The result is an exceptional live experience that bridges the gap between traditional musical theater and the world of heavy metal.
Founded by composer, artist, and writer Drake Mefestta, DiAmorte's name itself reflects its themes — a fusion of "Amor" (love) and "Morte" (death), connected to the essence of their narrated works. Their debut album, "The Red Opera," brings together symphonic and operatic metal, layered with elements of dark fantasy and deep narratives.
With a dedication to their craft, the members of DiAmorte aren't just musicians — they're actors who embody their art. Their shows are a journey into a world where diverse forces collide, from love and hatred to trust and betrayal. As each album release unveils a new episode of their evolving narrative, DiAmorte invites audiences to be part of a captivating story unlike any other. DiAmorte's live experience is a modern evolution of musical theater that leaves an indelible mark.
Featuring a full cast of prestigious performers including James Dorton (Black Crown Initiate/Faceless/Replacire), Colin Parks (Devilment/ Ghosts of Atlantis), and and Lara Mordian (Mordian/Shield of Wings). Music by guitarists Drew Hurst, Matthew Flores, and Drummer, Bryan Hughey.
Additional percussion work provided by James Stewart (Decapitated). Bass by Mike LePond (Symphony X)
WELCOME TO DIAMORTE
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act one - a tale of two fallen kingdoms
act two - salvator in perpetuum
act three - memories forever ceased