Genk, 2009 (B)
Heavy / Symphonic Metal
Keely Larreina - Lead Vocals
Alan Rawson - Guitars / Vocals
Rex Zeco - Guitars / Vocals
Steven Steele - Bass Guitars / Vocals
Daniel Kells - Keyboards / Vocals
William Blodyn - Drums
Official Web Site
Label: Massacre Records
2010 - Inauguration (Maxi-Single)
2012 - For Queen And Metal
Band Bookings : Sector Agent Limburg
Management : Johan Tomsin
Nightqueen is a Genk-bases Heavy Metal band bent on domination of audience and spectators, for which is has shown to be nothing short of willing and ambitious.
When the band was formed in 2008, guitarist and songwriter REX ZECO even went as far as to modify his own garage into a professional recording studio, good for a seriously committing investment in top branch hardware, massive amps and a "shiny" guitar. Whatever may come, the band was well-prepared to go for nothing less than a breakthru.
Musically, Nightqueen brings a mix of heavy metal that is not only accessible within most metal communities, but also for all that enjoy a good riff; the style, as a result, is founded on these strong guitar riff, rooted in the '80 style, mixed with more modern metal beats and catchy melodies from the vocal department.
When Rex wrote the first song of the then nameless band, titled "Queen of the Night", the name was easily found: "Nightqueen".
However, the band itself was not staffed properly yet, but after only a handful changes, the standing line-up is one to reckon with a capital R; Singer Keely Larreina brings a true-born Queen of the Night on stage like none has ever been before!.
2010 saw the light for the first maxi-single, "Inauguration", that scored well with the critics. So well, it inspired the band to push the envelope and work on the full album, known as "For Queen & Metal", produced by Rex Zeco en Pfilip Weinhold (assisted by Daniel Kells en William Blodyn). After less then a good year of writing, recording, adding and perfecting, the CD hit the stores (and the label) in January 2012!
Bringing Nightqueen on stage means setting a stage on fire with smoke, flames and explosions, whereas energetic and experienced musicians will warrant a quality on stage, only surpassed by their own music!