Brett Davis, the founder/vocalist/guitarist of the band Fire of Aries, released the official music video for his re-imagined version of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose". Brett's version, produced by Cameron Mizzell, can be described as heavy and melodic, while still being recognizable.

WATCH Fire of Aries - Kiss from a Rose (Official Music Video) by clicking on the image below

Fire of Aries - Kiss from a Rose (Official Music Video) - YouTube

Fire of Aries has been smoldering for the last 20 years and has reached the temperature where it has become combustible. In 2001, Brett Davis, the band's founder, began his journey to become an accomplished musician and artist in the Rock and Metal genres. The inspiration started from the early years of Creed, where Brett found his true passion for guitar and songwriting through watching Mark Tremonti release hit after hit and riff after riff.

As time progressed, Brett jammed with friends from high school, then joined an established band, August Ending/Burning Yesterday, where he recorded tracks for the first time with well-known producer Travis Wyrick (Pillar, 10 Years, Disciple). From that point, he became more influenced by music from American and European metal bands, which brought him to where he is today with Fire of Aries.

Fire of Aries has a rhythmic, melodic, thrashy and percussive sound and feel, influenced heavily by bands like: Sevendust, In Flames, Bullet For My Valentine, Slipknot, Killswitch Engage, Trivium and Memphis May Fire, to name a few. Brett's guitar and songwriter influences come from Andy James, Mark Tremonti, Chad Kroger, James Hetfield and Clint Lowrey. According to Brett Davis, "I want my influences of Rock, Metal and Country music to converge into a beautiful, chaotic harmony," he adds. "Fire of Aries is a musical experience with grit and weight to it." He says, "Through the songs I release, I want the 'real men,' 'the badasses' and 'the gangsters' to let down their guard, feel, experience and express their raw feelings again. In my generation and before, we were taught that boys don't cry and that we must be tough, strong and resilient in our lives; this leaves very little room to feel a plethora of other innate emotions as humans." He adds, "I want to create music with emotion, experience and substance. I envision each song as a screenplay of micro experiences or enlightenment in our lives." Brett references the screenplay idea as he has been an avid cinematographer for over a decade. Fire of Aries is currently writing and recording music through 2023 and plans to embark on a tour in 2024, supporting bands and artists that have influenced the sound and the story.

Krijg het laatste FrontView Magazine nieuws in je Facebook nieuwsoverzicht:

More about