Much could be said about Norway´s finest Metal newcomers TRIOSPHERE. The band around singer/bassist Ida Haukland definitely not only is an exceptional outfit because of their female singer. Their mixture of melody, power and excellent songwriting is incredible and it will not take too long untill the Metal scene will take note of it. This is what their second album “The Road Less Travelled” will prove undoubtedly. It combines the best of gutsy Heavy/Power Metal with Scandinavian Hard Rock and some progressive influences. As it might not sound too extraordinary, surely listening (and to experience) TRIOSPHERE´s new album will make you change your mind. The opening track “Driven” immediately makes clear that powerful Metal sound and female vocals don´t have to be contrary. Power is there, if necessary, and also sensitivity is a big factor here. In general the vocal lines of “The Road Less Travelled” are just enchanting and seek for comparison. But it´s not only the singer/bassist frontwoman that keeps up the immensely high level, as all musicians perform in an excellent way. And when they rehearse and compose songs together, it´s just magic. TRIOSPHERE must have had a lot of these moments when they wrote the new material. With their second album TRIOSPHERE have now already recorded a piece of work that has the potential to become a future classic. Listen to songs like “Human Condition”, the thrilling “The Anger And The Silent Remorse” or any other track and you will agree. The album received its final polishing in the Jailhouse Studios (Denmark) by experienced sound master Tommy Hansen (Helloween, Jorn, Pagan´s Mind).