Singles

Heart Healer unveils new single feat. Adrienne Cowan and Anette Olzon

Magnus Karlsson’s new metal opera Heart Healer unveils new single “Who Can Stand All Alone”, a duet of Adrienne Cowan with Anette Olzon. Listen to it below.

Heart Healer’s debut album “The Metal Opera by Magnus Karlsson” is an epic metal opera featuring seven absolutely awesome vocalists playing different characters to weave an epic tale. For this latest endeavor, Karlsson worked on his biggest and boldest production to date, enlisting some world class orchestra musicians and weaving in no less than seven outstanding singers, who appear as various characters over the course of the story told on Heart Healer’s metal opera.

Musically, “The Metal Opera by Magnus Karlsson” can only be described with one word: grandiose. Arrangements, performances, and production, everything is over the top and while Magnus Karlsson’s signature style can easily be recognized, there is a Hans Zimmer soundtrack feeling to it all. The opera is about The Heart Healer, a character played by the awesome Adrienne Cowan, who wakes up with no memory and does not know who she is. She soon finds out that she can heal people with just a touch of her hand, but every time she does, she gets weaker. On her journey to find out who she really is, she meets new characters who want to help her, those who want her help, and those who are scared of her and start to hunt her.

The new single features Adrienne Cowan (Seven Spires, Sascha Paeth’s Masters Of Ceremony, Winds Of Plague, Avantasia) and Anette Olzon (The Dark Element, Allen/Olzon, ex-Nightwish) on vocals.  “The Metal Opera by Magnus Karlsson” will be released on March 12, 2021.

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