SIX MAGICS (biography)
In 2006, they released "Dead Secrets", their first live DVD containing songs from their two previous albums. After release of the DVD, the decision was made to immediately record a third record with the legendary multi- platinum producer David Prater. His groundbreaking work with Dream Theater on two of their most successful recordings, "Images and Words" and "A Change Of Seasons". The album was called "Behind the Sorrow" and was released by the Italian label Coroner Records.
From a creative standpoint, Six Magics has experienced a remarkable growth spurt over the years beginning with the decision to enlist the services of Prater and continuing with the arrival of Elizabeth Vasquez, the band's sensational new lead vocalist. The decision to break new ground in a changing musical landscape by bringing her brooding, sultry voice to the foreground of the group's sound signals; a courageous sense of adventure sorely needed in a field dominated by faceless male counterparts.
In 2010 to support the new record "Behind the Sorrow", Six Magics launched a European tour that kept the musicians on the road for nearly two months. They played in different countries such as Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands and Turkey.
The good receipt of the audience throughout the tour encouraged the band to devote it's entirety to the production of their fourth studio album. During the process of the creation and recording, they performed for a large audience at "La Cúpula" Theater (Chile), in November, 2011.
In July 2012 the fourth album by the band saw the light: "Falling Angels". Together with their Italian label "Coroner Records" produced a world release of this material.