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Hi, guys! :rock:

This thread is dedicated to my fantasy-metal project - FS PROJEKT.

Basically it's a my one-man project in which I collaborate with various musicians like Pawel "Pawulon" Jaroszewicz (Hate, Antigama, ex-Decapitated, ex-Vader), Andrey Ischenko (Arkona, Paul Di Anno, Blaze Bayley, Catharsis, Hieronymus Bosch), Oleg Mishin (Catharsis, O.M., ex-End Zone), Evgeniy "Zhenk"Belousov (#####-5deiz) and Rodrigo Abelha (Nacionarquia, Iris Lacava, Luca Orsini).
So far there are 6 short releases available (2 EPs and 4 singles).
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You can listen to it here:
http://fsprojekt.com
https://fsprojekt.bandcamp.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/fsprojekt
https://soundcloud.com/fsprojekt

I hope you'll enjoy it!
Thanks for listening and watching!
Cheers!

P.S.
Here are the project's official social media resources:
http://vk.com/fsprojekt
www.facebook.com/fsprojekt.music
www.youtube.com/user/FSPROJEKTOFFICIAL
https://twitter.com/FSPROJEKT

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I've moved this thread to the correct subforum for you. FatherAlabaster (another moderator) wrote a lengthy note for anyone with something to promote but I'll give you the shorter version. "Promote Your Band" is the sub-forum for any and all band specific self promotion. That's what this thread is which is why I moved it here. The Event / Promo" subforum is for merchants, labels, and miscellaneous event organisers. An underground label promoting the release of a compilation album, for example, would do so there.

 

Welcome to MetalForum I hope you'll become a solid contributor in addition to promoting what you've got going on.

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Oh and after hitting your youtube channel and listening through a couple videos sorry but this project just isn't for me. Maybe it's the poor sound quality but if I'm being totally honest the music just sounded like your run of the mill generic power metal. Not what I look for on the increasingly rare occassions I turn to that genre.

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Welcome to the forum Efes, I enjoyed watching the videos you embedded into the original post. I especially like the computer animation. Of course I've seen that sort of thing before, especially associated with power metal. I dig it, it is a little like That old semi theatrical thing call Tableau Vivant by the French. Only it moves and is visual. Someone did nice work with the computer animation. Do you, or anyone else reading this have a name for that style of animation? Anyway, you thing seems fun, thanks for sharing. I guess your singing in Russian, or is it another language, cool vocals at any rate, and Cyrillic seems totally metal running across the screen. Hat off to you for not singing in English, love power metal in Slavic tongues! (hope that is accurate) Where are you from?

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Welcome to the forum Efes, I enjoyed watching the videos you embedded into the original post. I especially like the computer animation. Of course I've seen that sort of thing before, especially associated with power metal. I dig it, it is a little like That old semi theatrical thing call Tableau Vivant by the French. Only it moves and is visual. Someone did nice work with the computer animation. Do you, or anyone else reading this have a name for that style of animation? Anyway, you thing seems fun, thanks for sharing. I guess your singing in Russian, or is it another language, cool vocals at any rate, and Cyrillic seems totally metal running across the screen. Hat off to you for not singing in English, love power metal in Slavic tongues! (hope that is accurate) Where are you from?

Thanks for your good words! :) Glad you like it.

I don't actually
know the exact term for this sort of animation. It's just an animation I guess, definitely not a cartoon (which is more complex) :) .

Yep, the language is Russian. And I'm from Moscow (Russia).

The "Cyrillic running across the screen" you must be talking about the lyrics video. :wink:

As far as "not singing in English" is concerned. Well, thanks. :) I actually do have some plans to make a release with English vocals someday, but definitely not in the foreseeable future. :)

And you can listen to all the songs online here:
https://fsprojekt.bandcamp.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/fsprojekt
I recommend Bandcamp as it plays the master WAV files. :)

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 Pawel Jaroszewicz (Hate, Antigama, ex-Decapitated, ex-Vader) has stared recording the drums for FS PROJEKT's new songs together with Pawel Janos Grabowski (JNS Studio (Warsaw, Poland)!
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And while Pawel is at it, you can watch how he did it for the previous FS PROJEKT songs.
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