Rome – Hansa Studio SessionRome and its entourage set up camp at Hansa for about 14 hours on October 2nd, 2016, and recorded 8 songs in one go. Never really stopping to get a second take, the recording captures the band the way it is - or was at least during that particular tour. Rome hand-picked a few songs from the lengthy tour set, among which are old classics like "Der Brandtaucher", "A Legacy of Unrest" and "Reversion", newly arranged versions of "The Torture Detachment", "Querkraft", renditions of songs from the latest release "The Hyperion Machine": "Stillwell", "Transference" and one unreleased fine rock raritiy: "Mine".
Responsible for the recording and mixing of this Hansa Session is no one other than Michael Ilbert.
This post is syndicated from AlterNation Music Magazine.