Swedish metal heroes SPARZANZA released their eighth studio album, Announcing The End in October of last year. The album’s first single, “Vindication”got more than 666 000 Spotify streams and the second single and title track of the album, “Announcing The End,” got it’s own Bladerunner 2049 tribute music video with local actors from the band’s hometown of Karlstad. Now the time has come to release “Whatever Come May Be“, the song that Ennio Morricone never wrote. It hits like a lullaby from a spaghetti western written by Sergio Leone.
The band says, “”Whatever Come May Be” is one of the heaviest songs taken from the new album. The Morricone reference with the whistling in the beginning of the song is hard to miss. And when we had fans visit the studio during the recording, one of them (Sophie Aittola) got to do some back-up vocals on the chorus, giving the song a different touch. Sounds like nothing we have ever done before. “
After a solid career SPARZANZA found the opportunity to test their limits and let more people participate in the colossal wall of sound that has been the band’s signature since their third album, ‘Banisher of the Light.’
With Announcing The End, SPARZANZA have finally gotten to do what they’ve longed for for a very long time – cut the cord and do things their own way. The album was written with high ambitions and sights set on conquering the States. Announcing The End is the first chapter in the new story of Sparzanza.
“Whatever Come May Be” can be purchased on iTunes.