Solo Artist Timea Göghova to Release New Album “Wild Storm” via Epictronic | Epictronic

April 4, 2023

Solo Artist Timea Göghova to Release New Album “Wild Storm” via Epictronic


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Timea Göghova to Release New Album “Wild Storm” via Epictronic. Solo artist, singer, and songwriter Timea Göghova has announced the release of her highly anticipated new album, “Wild Storm,” which will be available on all major streaming platforms via Epictronic on June 17th, 2023. Timea Göghova is a versatile artist who covers several genres of music. She is known for singing clean, screaming, and singing classic songs. She is also the frontwoman of Still Awake (Melodic Metal) and Passion Control (Jazzfunk). As a solo artist, she composes ballads and R&B songs. Timea’s passion for music and singing started at a young age. Her parents met each other in a choir, so singing has always been a part of her life. After living in London for 2.5 years, where she also sang in a choir, Timea fell in love with the German language and moved to Germany in 2001. Timea’s talent has been recognized on various platforms such as Sztárban Sztár Leszek 2022 (TV) in Hungary and The Voice of Germany 2021. She also won the South German Finals of Emergenza Band Contest with Still Awake in 2017. To celebrate the release of her new album, Timea Göghova will host an album release party featuring some of the most talented musicians. The lineup includes Timea Göghova on vocals, Stefan Delanoff on piano, Thomas Archinal on guitar, Delyan Dimitrov on guitar, and Mikail Kuhnert on guitar. “Wild Storm” is a powerful album that showcases Timea’s talent as a singer and songwriter. Her fans will love the combination of ballads and rock songs, which are sure to be a hit. Several known musicians have been invited by Timea Göghova as special guests on a few tracks from her album, including Alex Beyrodt (guitar player of Primal Fear and of the Rock Meets Classic show), Dominik Krämer (session bass player of The Voice of Germany and Die Fantastischen Vier), Alex Scholpp (studio and live guitarist of Tarja Turunen), and Dara Zusko (first violinist with Münchner Kammerphilharmonie Dacapo e.V.).