The Erinyes, three Amazon warriors taking vengeance on man

The Erinyes, a new Symphonic Metal band recently signed to Frontiers Music Srl, will release their self-titled debut album on 16 September 2022. The band are named after the three Goddesses of vengeance and retribution who punished men for crimes against the natural order.

Two songs have been released so far, the latest single is Betrayed which followed Drown The Flame.

Symphonic Metal band The Erinyes
The Erinyes

The Erinyes feature frontwomen from three exciting acts on the international Metal scene. French artist Justine Daaé records goth-industrial tinged music as Elyose, Mizuho Lin is the co-lead vocalist in the Brazilian Symphonic/Dark Metal band Semblant, also signed to Frontiers, while Nicoletta Rosellini sings in the Italian groups Walk In Darkness and Kalidia.

The Erinyes is a concept album centred around three female Amazon warriors who are in dispute over their love interests.

As for the band name, The Erinyes were Goddesses who, as described in Iliad, an epic Greek poem considered to have been written in the 8th century BC, said they had taken an oath “that under earth take vengeance on men, whosoever hath sworn a false oath.”

The Erinyes can be pre-ordered from

The Erinyes

Justine Daaé – vocals

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Nicoletta Rosellini – vocals

Mizuho Lin – vocals

Aldo Lonobile – guitars

Andrea Buratto – bass

Michele Sanna – drums

Antonio Agate – keyboards

Cover of the album Erinyes
Erinyes – Erinyes

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