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SECRET SPHERE -A Time Never Come [Re-recorded]

‘A Time Never Come’ is Secret Sphere’s now legendary second release, the one that saw the light of the day in 2001, jumpstarted the band’s career and is now considered one of European Power Metal’s finest moments. The album, originally sounding like a cross between Queensryche, Helloween and Fates Warning, with plenty of captivating melodies and great orchestral arrangements, has now been completely re-recorded by Secret Sphere’s current line-up, including renowned singer Michele Luppi, with whom the band recorded their latest masterpiece ‘Portrait Of A Dying Heart’ and mixed by Simone Mularoni (DGM) at Domination Studios. The artwork has been completely revamped by celebrated artist Nathalia Suellen (Dark Moor, Almah). This is how Secret Sphere’s mastermind Aldo Lonobile commented the event: “Due to an overwhelming demand, we had initially planned to re-release ‘A Time Never Come’ exclusively for the Japanese market, but later on we thought that would have been cool to make it available in all the other territories. This is album has been a milestone for our career and this year marks the 15th anniversary of us entering the studio to record it. We didn’t want it to be a nostalgic move but give the album a new life, with new arrangements and new graphics. Mission accomplished if you ask me!”


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