Decadent Heroes, the instrumental rock music project based in Pescara, Italy, is releasing its new album called “Orchestral”. For official release on September 15th, 2014, Orchestral offers nine new tracks in an orchestral version of Decadent Heroes’ previously released original music.

Orchestral, which will be available in the most important digital music stores, will be distributed by indie music company Orange Spin Records. The latest album will showcase the familiar sound of Decadent Heroes, which has seen success over the past six years through its singles and EP releases.

The Decadent Heroes project traces its roots back in 2008, kicking off with the recording of Flyin’ High, which included the two original instrumental rock songs Flyin’ High and Morning break, and a cover of Ten Words by Joe Satriani. In 2012, the former guitarist of Smokin’ Steps and Plastic Ash Decadent Hero released its second EP titled Shades of Light, with three new songs Smoke in the Air, Shades of Light and Ares Era, plus a re-mastered version of Flyin’ High and Morning Break.

“The focus is to write great rock themes with a lot of melodies and a distinct, personal sound… I like the solos, but melody [comes] first!” said Decadent Hero, summing up his instrumental rock style.

Decadent Heroes’ style proved to appeal to instrumental rock music enthusiasts. Its first single Smoke in the Air achieved the Platinum Uplaya Auddy Award with a rating of 8.9 of 10. Its second single, Ares Era, reached the Platinum status in the Hitmaker Report (Tunehog), while Shades of Light achieved Gold and Flyin’ High was highly acclaimed as a unique musical treat.

ABOUT DECADENT HEROES
Decadent Heroes is a project of the former guitarist of Smokin’ Steps and Plastic Ash Decadent Hero. The instrumental rock musics started making waves in Italy as well as in the global music arena.

LINKS:
http://decadentheroesmusic.com
http://open.spotify.com/artist/5qvi0Vbn3IMRqrt1esaIbO
http://soundcloud.com/decadentheroes
http://www.youtube.com/user/decadentheroes

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