We are ready to record our second album "Circus of Life"! We really want to make it happen, but we need your help and that's why we started this crowdfunding campaign.
Release an album involves many expenses that are often difficult to cope with. These expenses include recording in the studio, production, mastering, making physical copies, promotion, merchandising, etc.
For this album, we want to bet high and we will have the participation of a renowned producer, representing a greater investment of both money and time. Therefore, it will be very helpful if you could participate in this crowdfunding campaign.
Where will your contributions be going?
The contributions will be going for the help of recording costs, production and mastering of the album.
If you liked our new song "Immortal Wings", presented in this *Making Of * video, we'll hope that you could collaborate to record the album and could come to light.
VERY IMPORTANT! If you can not contribute nothing happens, but you can do it anyway sharing and spreading this campaign in different social networks.
Win a Guitar!
Yes! we will raffle this brand new guitar among all of you who contribute with our project.
For those who don't know us
Motto Perpetuo is a metal band from Barcelona with a solid experience. But what better presentation than to invite you to listen to our music. To do this You can listen to our first album "Perpetual Time" in Spotify
The crowdfunding last 40 days: from 03 October to 12 November 2016. The recording of the new album will begin in November 2016. We estimate that the final work and the delivery of rewards will be available for the first quarter of 2017.
There is a wide selection of rewards at your fingertips, all include the download of our new album. As far as possible, all physical rewards will be delivered in person at the album release show or elsewhere agreeded with the band. Otherwise, we inform you that contributions do not include shipping charges, they will be made on delivery.
Demo of "Immortal Wings" recorded in TwoTiesRecordings and mastering by Yves Roussel.