Review of ‘Wanderers’ by Visions of Atlantis

Review by Ryan Murray | Feb. 10, 2020

If you’re looking for a great symphonic/power metal band, look no further!  From the vocals, harmonies, and instrumentation, this band is a breath of fresh air in the symphonic/power metal genre!  They remind me of bands such as Nightwish, Symphony X and others!  Clémentine Delauney and Michele Guaitoli really sound amazing together!  Their vocals really compliment each other and really blend well!  The guitar solos are really great as well!

I found out about Visions of Atlantis last July on Facebook.  I don’t always check out the bands I see on Facebook, but I decided to give this band a chance.  I was immediately glad I did, and couldn’t stop listening to them.  

Below is my track by track review of their newest album called “Wanderers”.

Release My Symphony

This opening track has a :36 second ethereal sounding intro, which gives off a great vibe for the start of the album.  Hold on to your seats though because at :37, a crescendo comes in which kicks into the main riff which is a combination of drums, heavy guitar riffs and symphonic sounds.  This riff for me is the hook, and it lives up to its name.  It’s really catchy and pulls you in wanting more!

Clémentine starts off light and airy, but don’t let that fool you!  Michele comes in next, and then they share a beautiful harmony together.  The chorus is really catchy!  

“Release my symphony 
Of innocence and poetry
Reveal the remedy
In melodies and words
Escape the tragedies
These rhapsodies unheard
Ode to the souls
That yearn to unfold”

Both of these voices, while they seem drawn back, are powerful even when singing a softer portion of these songs.  

This song, for me, is about releasing who we are to the world, and not letting anyone hold us back.  There are those that want to try to hold us down, but we need to release that and not let it hold us back.  

“Battles I Lead
Cherish the strength that I fight with
Tears I have shed
But I hope for bright tomorrows will swipe away the sorrows.”

We all have an inner strength that we draw from different things.  This inner strength can help us to look past our sorrows and to learn and grow from them.  

Heroes of the Dawn

The intro to this track has a light Celtic feel to it, but the guitars kick in :12 seconds in and really kick this song up a notch.  Michele opens up this song vocally starting off the first verse and Clémentine follows not too far behind.  This song is also really catchy with catchy melodies, vocal harmonies and riffs.  This song kinda reminds me of Nightwish’s “I Want my Tears Back”.  

Nothing Lasts Forever

This track takes it down a few notches with an amazing power ballad.  As I had noted earlier, even when the vocals are pulled back, there is a true strength to them.  That rings true all throughout this song.  This is one of my favorite tracks on the album! To me, there is so much raw emotion in this song, and the listener can feel that. 

This song starts off with just a keyboard and Clémentine.  Vocals are pulled back, but still powerful.  And the backing strings bring this song to a whole different level.

When the chorus hits, so do the drums ever so lightly.  And Michele joins in with harmony.  

For the second verse, the band is now all in and Michele takes the verse this time.  

I absolutely love the guitar solo just before the final chorus/outro as well! 

This song for me is about how precious life is and how limited our time is.  The title is straight forward and really speaks to the theme that nothing lasts forever.  It speaks to how if we don’t spend our time wisely, we’ll grow old without accomplishing anything of significance.  Looking back on our old selves, would we regret what wasn’t done or what wasn’t said?

“The beard of the old man, all soaked with his tears
Each single one falling for one of his years
Of running the races in quest of a place still unknown
It’s called home”

This part really hit me.  Life is so fleeting and happens so quickly.  In the blink of an eye it could all end.  

“Nothing lasts forever
It all will be gone
Could you still remember 
When your life began?
Cherish the moment
Without a regret
Nothing lasts forever
It’s never too late.”

While we can’t change the past, it’s never too late to change the here and now.  Make your time here count.

A Journey to Remember

Here we go again, hang on!  This track kicks up the tempo again for another catchy, upbeat song.  The strings and guitars really make this one a great symphonic metal track!  The hook really does pull you in to want to hear more and more of this track.  I’ve played it on repeat several times!

Clémentine and Michele harmonize a lot in this one.  

For me, this song is about the fear that we all have about being successful and the journey that leads to that success.  A journey to success is never without difficulties and are usually filled with those who want to knock us down. 

“The message is clear
The trap is to fear
They’d damage what I hold dear.”

Those who want to knock us down try to use fear to tear us down and to unravel us.

“Set sails
This is the day
Stars align to show you the way
A journey to remember
A quest to find your treasure land
Buried in the sand
The key to your own chains.”

When we decide to not let fear trap us and we separate ourselves from those who try to knock us down, this is when we can break free from those chains of fear. 

A Life of Our Own

Release the Kraken!  This song has a really catchy beat to it.  This power metal song kinda gives me an Iced Earth vibe.  This time around, we hear Clémentine using a bit more of an operatic style voice.  It’s not over bearing and sounds really nice.  It blends really well with Michele’s vocals.

This song, for me, talks about difficulties that we face in life and facing our inner demons of fear.  It talks about a true heart being the only lighthouse to those fears.  

“Here it’s presence I feel as I tumble and reel
The fear I will have to resist
This danger awaiting, the storm unabating
I can’t ignore it exists
Sailing far away from common paths
The truth as the cause to espouse
We will face our demons, the worst of their wraths 
A true heart, the only lighthouse.”

For me, this talks about the presence of fear in our lives and how we have to resist it.  Ignoring our fears and hoping they will just disappear doesn’t do anything but set us up for failure.  We need to face our fears head on and face our demons.  

To the Universe

I really like the riffs and melody on this track!  This song really leaves me with a Symphony X vibe.  The vocals yet again really shine and show how well Clémentine and Michele compliment each other.  

This song, for me, is about taking a deep dive into ourselves and seeking out who we are supposed to be.  

“This one time, the universe will see
Deep inside, who I am meant to be
It will reveal the stars and the path I have to take
And all of what I will forsake.”

Sometimes we get lost and lose our path.  We feel beaten down by difficulties in life and we let those who kick us down hold us back from pressing on.

“If we find who we are meant to be
If we take the path no one can see
We would banish the forces 
That nail us to the ground
We should give it a chance
The world’s in our hands”

When we let those around us hold us back, we allow them to hold us to the ground and we feel stuck.  We can stop them from holding us down by taking the higher ground and discovering who we are meant to be outside of their toxicity.  We can move on and overcome.

Into the Light

This track brings it back down a few notches with an absolutely beautiful, mostly keyboard/strings ballad.  This song sees only Clémentine on vocals, and she sounds very enchanting!  The keyboard and strings really compliment each other very well.  The band joins in at 2:55 with a nice guitar solo!  The song ends with the band dropping out and an outro with just keyboard/strings with Clémentine softly finishing this beautiful song out.  

This song, for me, is about the loss of someone very close to us.  We would do anything to get just one more day with a loved one that we’ve lost.  It also seems to be about how this person, while no longer physically here, residing in our hearts and memories forever.  

“I’ll steal from time
Just one more day
Into the light of your heart
I’ll pray the stars
For you to stay

What would we say to someone if we knew today was the last day we’d ever see them?  What would we give to spend one more day with them after they are gone?  We need to live every day as if it’s our last with the ones we love.  

The Silent Scream

Now here’s an epic sounding track!  The hook honestly reminds me of the first heavy part in Nightwish’s “Poet and the Pendulum”!  It has the same epic vibe, and makes you want to move!  Melodically and musically this is one of my favorites and it has been on repeat on several occasions!

This song, for me, is about how we as mankind are abusing the earth.

“Wasteland we will leave behind
Forests to cultures. It’s fading away
Truth must be shown to the blind
As the world’s fate and ours are entwined”

We leave behind wastelands, we litter in mass quantities and destroy a lot of things, but we care less and less about forests/nature.  The words suggest that many need to awaken to the truth, as our fates are “entwined” with the world’s fate.  

“Change, now the time has come
Losing the light, losing the fight
Falling apart, it’s coming undone
Earth, it’s silent scream I’ve heard
There is a way that we can take
To repay all the hurt”

The song seem to urge us that it’s not too late to change.  The earth is “silently screaming” out.  We can take steps to “repay all the hurt.”

The Siren & the Sailor

In this song we hear Clèmentine with a slightly more operatic vocal again.  This one has also got some time signature changes, which really add to the feel/complexity of the song.  

This song, to me, seems to be about self greed and what it does to us when we let it continuously tempt us.

“Tempted by the charms
The beauty, the game
Your greed is the call
That leads you to shame
They guide you to the dark
These very steps that you take
Away from your heart.”

Greed leads to so many negative things.  It can guide us into the darkest places and warp our sense of what is truly important.

“Fallen in disgrace there’s no one to blame
Come down save me
Wisdom is the key to your redemption
Come down save me
Too bad, it will never be the same.”

We tend to want to blame others for our own greed and the problems that it causes.  With wisdom, however, we can grow beyond that.  Once we take responsibility for our own greed, we can grow and learn from it.  


The title track for this album.  Let’s bring it down a few notches to another beautiful ballad with keyboard/strings.  This one also only has Clémentine on vocals, and again she sounds enchanting!  The vocals, keyboard and strings blend very well together and are powerful!  

This song, for me, is about the constant search to fill a void in our lives, and constantly wandering around trying to fill that void anywhere and everywhere with anything and everything.

“Despite all the loving arms
And all the friendly smiles
We still find a giant void
Tarnishing our minds.”

No matter how many friendly people we surround ourselves with, we still wander around trying to fill a void in our lives.  For some, the fill for that void is found in a romantic relationship.  For others it’s religion.  For me as a Christian, I have found the fill to that void in my relationship with God.  

At the End of the World

It’s time to kick it up a few notches again!  This song starts off kinda heavy, but backs off a bit for the verse. Michele starts this one off, but Clémentine isn’t too far behind.  They then meet in yet another display of beautiful and well balanced harmonies.  The chorus for me personally is the hook.  It’s a really catchy melody, and lyrically speaks to me as well.  

“We will make our life
Like the pirates we once were
Paradise we will find
Right at the end of the world
We will start in this place, we will end on the Sea
There is nowhere we’d rather be
Than away, far away
You and me.”

To me, this is about making and finding true happiness with the love of our lives.  It doesn’t matter where we start off in a relationship, we can always bring it to new heights. We can always grow closer, and we can always build a relationship stronger and stronger as long as we do it as a team with our loved one.  There is no where I’d rather be in the world than being with my wife, no matter where that leads us.  

Bring the Storm

This song has a :06 second distorted bass intro, and it’s really cool!  Then the band and synth kick in!  The main riff has a pulse pounding feel to it, and really draws me back to  it to want to hear it more!  This one is another favorite for me.  The melodies really hook me in and I find myself listening to this one a lot as well. 

This song, for me, is about two worlds colliding in a relationship without mutual trust.  When trust isn’t mutual in a relationship, it makes things extremely difficult.  You can’t have a relationship without mutual trust in each other.

“True love is all I want to know
True lies is all I got to live
I sense what you don’t want to show
I’m losing faith in you when you tend to deceive.”

When you’re lied to in a relationship, it’s beyond hurtful.  When it becomes consistent lies that just get bigger and bigger, it starts to decay a relationship.  True lies become the norm, and it breaks you down.  When our significant other lies and deceives all the time, it becomes very obvious and visible and we start to lose faith in them. 

“Two worlds collide and with reason aside
We cannot explain. Damage done.
As you take from me all I give to you
And it seems it’s never enough
Anger divides and we’re crossing the line
We cannot escape. Bring the storm
As you lie to me, as I lie to you
As we lie to everyone else
But it feels like peace is never far away.”

When one constantly gives, gives and gives and the other only constantly takes and takes, it’s extremely draining.  It begins to feel like we can never give enough since the relationship isn’t an equal give and take.  As the lies and deceit continue, anger comes to the forefront and we begin to cross a line.  Before we know it, we’re both lying to each other, as well as to others around us who are concerned about the issues as well.  

In & Out of Love

The final track.  There are two things that really hook me with this one.  First, I love the border line dance groove which starts out subtly at 1:00 and grows from there.  Also, I really love the strings towards the end as well! They start out subtle, but really jump to the forefront at 2:23. 

Overall, I would give this album a 4.8 out of 5.0!  This group has a lot to offer the symphonic/power metal genre and I really look forward to seeing where they go from here!  If you haven’t heard this album yet, or anything from VoA at all, I highly recommend them!

On a more exciting note!  VoA will also be in the USA VERY soon!  They will be with DragonForce, but then they will be doing a small headlining tour!  I’m from NY and one of the headlining shows is less than an hour from me at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ on Sunday March 22nd, 2020! I’m very excited they will be here and hope to see many US sailors come out as well!  I already have my tickets!

Review of “The Best of Tarja” in Prague

Review by Jessica Clingempeel | 21.01.20 | © Photos & Videos belong to me, J.C.

Tarja had two special shows, one in Romania which was filmed for DVD, and one in Prague which I attended. She played the best of her solo career in new arrangements that would only be heard at these shows. I was looking forward to this show so much wondering what would be in store. Attending the soundcheck gave me a glimpse of what was to come that night and it made me even more anxious.

The show was about 2 hours long and included 16 talented and wonderful musicians. The setlist included songs from every album, some performed many times on stage and some rarities that were missed including Naiad. Tarja has always shown just how professional and dramatic she is at her shows, putting on the best and giving her all to her audience, even when sick or just about burnt out. This was no exception and of all the shows I have been to, this by far was the best.

Every musician gave a flawless performance and you could see that each of them had good chemistry. If there were any mistakes, I did not really notice nor did anyone else as the audience continued to get louder and give more love through each song. The only complaint I would have would be the lighting. The lighting was beautiful, but at times flashed so much that it was hard to see the stage and musicians and was, at times, hurting my eyes.

One of my favourite performances of the night was ‘You and I’ as it is one of my favourite songs by Tarja. Beautifully written and beautifully performed. Other favourites included Love to Hate, Diva, I Feel Immortal, and Tears in Rain which was performed alongside with Clèmentine of Visions of Atlantis. Clèmentine did such an amazing job and her voice matches Tarja’s perfect. Falling Awake was performed with Toni Turunen, Tarja’s younger brother. He has much range in his voice and you can tell music runs through this family’s blood. Naiad was another great performance where all joined in together including Chiara Tricarico. You can see the full setlist below.

You can tell a lot of work was put into these shows and into the new arrangements of these songs. Having seen photos from the show in Romania I cannot wait to have a copy of the DVD in my hands. I only wish the show in Prague was also recorded as the atmosphere of the audience was wonderful, the theatre was beautiful, and the show was just top notch. Maybe they will put some of the fan’s clips onto the DVD as a bonus. 😊


Some videos/clips I took

Shadow Play
You and I
Demons in You
Falling Awake Clip

Review of ‘Heaven’s Demise’ by Glasya

Review by Joshua Becker | October 14, 2019

Glasya is a band that hails from Lisbon, Portugal, and they are described as a symphonic metal band, which, when listening to the album, I can definitely hear elements of Nightwish, Tarja, and other symphonic and operatic bands and artists.

Their album, “Heaven’s Demise” is a really great album, well composed, with a lot of fast paced guitars and drums, mixed in with some choir/operatic sounds in the background, and other melodic electronic sounds in the background.

The only bad thing I have to say about the album is the vocals seem a bit rough in production, and it seems as though the vocals may not have been recorded in a professional studio, like the instrumentals were. In addition, the singer sounds as though she is trying to find her voice (literally), as the operatic vocals trail off and then come back, as if she has not developed proper control of her operatic voice just yet.

She is almost there, but has a little bit of work to do. This is not a bad thing though, as everything else has come together nicely, and I really enjoyed listening to this album- reminiscent of Nightwish back in the days of “Oceanborn” and “Once”. Almost like, this was a demo for one of those albums, which for me, is great as I am a huge fan of Nightwish and Tarja.

One of the tracks that really stood out for me was the eponymous track “Glasya”. It has a very Egyptian/Middle-Eastern vibe to it, and I have to admire the experimentation there. In fact, this track alone has made me change my review on the album, because it was so different and out there, in terms of production, and composition.

It kind of reminded me a bit of Nightwish’s Sahara. I wonder if the band may actually be influenced by Nightwish or Tarja, because there are too many similarities here.

One thing I really like about this album also is that each song sounds similar, but different enough that the songs mesh well and seem like they are from the same album, rather than random tracks and sounds thrown in there.

In conclusion, Glasya, I would love to review another album of yours in the future, and hopefully the production is a little bit more finely-tuned then. Do not get discouraged about not getting a perfect 5, as everyone has something to improve upon, and I see great potential in you all.

Overall Rating: 3.75/5

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Interview With Empress

Interviewed by Bridget Taylor

Today, we are interviewing Empress, a band consisting of members Barbara Blackthorne (lead vocals), Vlad Khavin (guitar), Mark Stainthorpe (drums), Joseph Muir (guitar), and Nicholas Bonsanto (bass). They just released their first single “Black Arcana” January 23, 2019 and are quickly catching the ears and eyes of people everywhere! We sat down for a quick introduction interview for this symphonic/power metal band.

Hello, and thanks for taking time out for this interview, it’s appreciated! Without another second, let’s get right into it. You seem to be a relatively new band with a quick hit following. First week alone, your single “Black Arcana” hit over 1,000 likes! How in the world did you manage that accomplishment?

Nick: “First, we’d like to take this time to thank you for interviewing us, every single person who has shown interest at all means a lot to us, we
honestly didn’t expect this much buzz right away! It’s pretty amazing, ya know?

We’ve worked on the music privately for many months and we really believe in this stuff so when we finally decided to announce the band to the world we told all of our friends, families and coworkers then of course shared everything we had extensively across social media and its been a lot of fun, sort of stressful, like sending your child to their first day of school but ultimately it’s been rewarding and beyond expectation.”

Barbara: “I feel like to one degree or another, each one of us has a little
following from past things we’ve worked on, so I feel that it definitely helped. Then the video got shared a ton by people and that helped spread it
around. We’ve been pretty thrilled to watch the numbers climb higher &
higher and see people respond so positively.”

Mark: “We’ve all been active musicians and fans of the local music around the Philly area so our initial audience was healthy from the start. Being able to share a quality recording and lyric video from the get-go has also helped us gain credibility in our work.”

It’s always great to see members telling a little about themselves, ie the bios shared on social media. How did y’all come together?

Vlad: “Well, the short answer is it was Mark’s fault.  He and I ran into each other at a show.  He saw me play in Infernal Opera, and I saw him a few weeks later with Percussor. Chat messages went back and forth and it turned out we listened to a bunch of the same stuff.  At one point he put out a call on Facebook for people to jam with, and both Joe and I said we were interested. I didn’t know Joe at the time, but we got together in Mark’s basement one night, and so it began.  I had some material I was working on at the time so we started working on that together.  Black Arcana was actually the first original tune we jammed.

We went through a few auditions for vocalists. It was a diverse group of people with varied styles. To be perfectly honest, we were getting a little discouraged because even though the folks we tried out were good, they were not the voice we were looking for.  We did meet some really cool people though!  And then, in came Barbara.  I think we knew she was it the moment she started singing.  All we needed was a bass player…  Nick was tried out on bass the next week, and so a year after that first jam, Empress was born.”

Mark: “I initially posted on social media that I was seeking members to start a new band.  The replies were generous…having already seen Vlad and Joe rock at local venues with Infernal Opera and Seeds of Perdition, no audition was required! We began writing together and auditioned a few vocalists along the way before Barbara. We were blown away with her audition performance and offered her the gig on the same night.  Nick had come along with Barbara to check out the band she was auditioning for.  He liked it so much he wanted to come back and audition for bass the following week. Barbara, now a member got to decide unanimously with the group to invite Nick into the band.”

For the guys (I don’t see band history for Barbara), how is this band different from previous ones you’ve played in? Lots of years of experience here!

Nick: “This band is different for me mostly due to the symphonic elements like our click track and the strings and orchestration happening but beyond that, playing with such an incredible vocalist is really what makes this band shine for me. I came from a thrash and progressive background so I feel comfortable with this yet excited by a whole side of metal I have hardly explored.”

Vlad: “It’s, to me, an evolution.  I’ve never done anything with symphonic elements before but I had wanted to for years now.  It’s not always easy to find a group of likeminded people though!  We definitely have elements of the progressive metal that I had played in the past and the thrashier stuff I’ve done more recently.  With Empress, the style is grander and far more expansive than anything I’ve ever done before, and also technically and technologically challenging.”

Joe: “I am very new to playing metal when compared to everyone else in the band. My first metal band was Seeds of Perdition, a death metal group. Seeds was a very different breed of death metal, focusing more on catchy riffs and songwriting. It was a very good introduction to the genre. Empress is a similar idea, heavy, technical riffs that come together to make something epic and catchy. Empress differs a lot for me because it’s a sound I am not too familiar with, and one that I am always learning more about.”

Mark: “My previous experiences included rock bands, black and death metal bands. This band has allowed me to expand past the typical extreme metal styles and try out some more progressive chops.”

Speaking of the bios, it seems as though “Video games” is a common hobby. Do you think that was a major influence in your music? (Anyone who says games don’t have good soundtracks is indubitably wrong.)

Vlad: “Oh yes!  Beyond any doubt. Video games are a huge inspiration to me. Their soundtracks are often full of gems, but also just the lore is a
great source of inspiration.”

Joe: “When not listening to Leonard Cohen, Frank Zappa, or Captain Beefheart, I am blasting video game soundtracks. Anyone who says games don’t have good soundtracks is wrong and should feel bad (just listen to DOOM 2016’s soundtrack and tell me it doesn’t make you want to rip and tear). We want Empress to be the soundtrack to life! It definitely makes an impact. I’m always sending the guys songs from games.”

Mark: “I love PC games and MMORPG’s and they usually have awesome music that inspires me.”

Barbara: “Video games and general geekery are almost always a huge influence on anything I do. When you play a game, you’re listening to the music from that soundtrack for countless hours and if you love it, it’s impossible that it doesn’t stay with you in some way, I think. There’s one song in particular we have that’s video game inspired, actually, but that’s all I’ll say on that for now ;).”

Nick: “I have always loved video games and their music. Zelda has always been especially dear to my heart, even when I was a kid I dreamt of either making games or music, one of those did not pan out but I can still combine my favorite passions today. Soundtracks to games and movies will always be an inspiration to what I’ve done musically.”

“Black Arcana”, as mentioned above, has become quite popular. What else should we look forward to in terms of future music?

Barbara: “Variety.  One of the things that I’m most proud of with this band is the spin we’re doing on the genre. Every song has its own unique character while remaining undeniably Empress. We all come from different backgrounds and bring our own set of skills & influences to the table, and it comes together to create something that I feel is very special. I am incredibly excited to unveil more of what we have to offer.”

Nick: “We hope people are enjoying Black Arcana! It was our first song we
performed together and we felt it was fitting as the first song to release as it captures the essence of the band with a strong chorus to sing along to but I am personally very excited to show everyone what else we have been working on. The only way to hear the rest is to see us live which everyone will have a chance soon!

We are planning our second single release sooner than you think and it’s a lot of fun to play, faster paced for sure. Each song we currently have has a unique identity and I think expresses a different side of Empress. There is a faster power metal edge to us, then there is definitely a progressive side that we love exploring and then there’s the symphonic elements throughout as well as something equally important to us, which is writing great hooks and melodic songs that feel like anthems you can sing along with. We don’t want to compromise anywhere, we very much want to live up to our name, Empress and rule the stage.”

Any plans for touring just yet? I see you are coming near my area, Delaware, with the mighty A Sound of Thunder (DC hometown heroes) and MasterSword. Can we expect more stops with the people, because my little nerd heart is so happy – I am NOT missing this show! 🙂

Nick: “It will be great to meet you in person if you come out to the show in Delaware, we are so very excited to play with A Sound of Thunder and Master Sword, two bands we love and truly it will be an epic night for front women of metal! We have no current plans to tour but we are looking to book a couple shows before that one on June 29th. Some local dates around Philly and NJ area.”

Mark: “Glad to hear you’ll be attending!  We will be booking ourselves for the foreseeable future. There are a couple dates and venues that have been offered in our first week so that’s awesome!  Our plan is to get around our Northeast area this year.”

Barbara: “I’m looking forward to meeting you then! That show is going to be all sorts of awesome and I can’t wait to share the stage with A Sound of Thunder & Master Sword. As of right now, there’s no plans for a tour in 2019 as we’re focusing on releasing more content and playing shows in the
greater Philly area.”

Finally, anything else you’d want to tell us? Social media-wise, a joke, ending words?

Nick: “I would like to say thanks again for having us, we look forward to seeing everyone at upcoming shows and until then rocking out to our songs online, there will be more info and things happening on our page so just keep an eye out for all the announcements, we have only just begun!”

Barbara: “Thank you very much for the interview! And thank you to everyone who has been liking, sharing, and spreading the word about us. Our legion is growing and we hope that you’re just as excited as we are to take this journey with us.”

Joe: “All Hail Empress!”

You can find Empress on all social medias and their website (if you act now, you can also get a free download link to Black Arcana). Individual bios are also found on their social medias and websites, respectively.