This Wednesday’s artist is Globus which is a movie trailer music-inspired band consisting of a mix of producers, musicians, and vocalists. Their music style is primarily symphonic rock and Epic Music and some elements of symphonic metal.
Every Wednesday of the week, Tunitemusic introduces a new artist and their works. These artists have been chosen regardless of their musical genre.
Globus’ musical style range from epic orchestral pieces, usually based on trailer soundtracks, to rock ballads. The band always tries to use elements of world music in their pieces. The usage of world music instruments, different vocals in different languages including Arabic and Farsi, is one of their main qualities.
They don’t always perform live concerts as their album releases sue to their variety of vocals and instruments in their original studio release.
Globus' live world premiere took place in The Grand Hall, Wembley, London, on 26 July 2006 and an album was released in August of that year.
They have released two albums in 2006 and 2011 and several single tracks since then.
As for members, Globus tends to act more like an orchestra than a band, meaning the members are not the main property of the band, but the brand and the music is. Therefore the band changes its members for different performances and studio recordings.
But here is a list of main members that has been working with the band for a considerable amount of time:
Lisbeth Scott - lead vocals
Scott Ciscon - Lead vocals
Anneke van Giersbergen - backing vocals
Christine Navarro - backing vocals
Yoav Goren - keyboards, backing vocals
Daniel Pursey - guitar, Lead vocals
Ryan Hanifl - guitar, Lead vocals
Tate Simms - bass
Mark Richardson - lead drums
Jeffrey Fayman - percussion, drums
Robert Fripp - guitar
Sammy Allen - lead female vocals
Kfir Melamed - bass
Hiro Goto - strings
Mike Horick - drums
Bernard Yin - guitars