Vicky Sunday   (alternative rock, rock, metal)

Loud, decadent, diversified. Worldrock. Unique and ignores any trends. The tracks incorporate lots of elements, including the beat of funky, Scottish folk tunes, jazz piano and country violin, all wrapped into metal sound. The music is still coherent thanks to Vicky’s voice and personality.

Vicky Sunday’s carrier started with the ‘Awake on Planet Sounday’ EP. A few years later his 3-track ‘Mosaic’ EP attracted the international music journalists’ attention, too.

Here and there, virtuoso violin cuts across the precise, heavy guitar. Sick horror symphony, karmic ethno rock. The thick Latin beat of African voodoo percussion instruments offers rhythmical asymmetry to hard metal drums.  Round dance with insane dynamics,  devious psycho magic.

With Vicky, nights never turn into days, chaos never turns into order, vibration never becomes monotonous. The strong, melodic tunes alternate with harassing instrumental inserts. Sophisticated lyrics, where the irony is frequently revealed after several verses only. Biographical and astral experiences, raped pulp romance, confusing visual world.

His latest CD published in 2015 by NarRator Records includes 9 own song and a special new interpretation of R.E.M.’s ‘Losing My Religion’.