Paraside Cultivates Symphonic Rock On ‘Dreams, Hopes, And Other Obvious Lies’

Paraside, a Hungarian / American Melodic Symphonic Rock band, had recently released their new album Chapter I: Dreams, Hopes And Other Obvious Lies. The process for making the album took advantage of the band members’ own home studios and the ability to work remotely for Producing, mixing, and mastering.

Victor Racz explains:

I wrote the backing tracks and Matt came up with the lyrics and the vocal melodies. We all recorded our own tracks in our own home studios and sent them over the Sweden to Stefan Helleblad of Within Temptation to mix and produce them. Once it was done it was sent to Netherland to Masterenzo Mastering for the final master.

Racz says that creating the cover art for this album was also a special project of his:

The cover was made by me using AI technology (this is my other hobby). I wanted to create an art that shows the innocent yet lonely girl who is still looking at ballons, but the balloons are ghosts in a destroyed city, representing our own souls and feelings.

Paraside has a love for modern Rock as well as EDM, musical comedy, and Progressive Rock.

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