Creed song gets Symphonic Metal version by Aline Happ


Brazilian singer-songwriter Aline Happ releases a symphonic metal version of the song “One Last Breath” by American band Creed

nspired by Evanescence’s symphonic and alternative style, Aline Happ releases Creed’s version of One Last Breath. The singer invited the guitarist of Lyria, Rod Wolf, for the version that also features Celtic and folk music references. The song is already available on Aline Happ’s YouTube channel.

The song One Last Breath was released in 2002 by Creed (yes, it’s been 20 years!) and was written by Scott Stapp, the band’s lead singer. The lyrics talk about past mistakes and how friendships can be the best way to find comfort in this recovery process. The single is taken from Creed’s third album, Weathered, and peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100.

Aline Happ’s first solo album crowdfunding campaign was a success! Happ is recording her first solo album with originals and Celtic/Folk versions of Rock and Metal songs. The artist reached more than 200% of the goal and soon will announce the next steps about the album and the perks selected on her campaign.

The videos posted on Aline Happ’s channel are sponsored by her fans on Patreon. Known worldwide, Lyria is a Symphonic Alternative Metal band founded in 2012 by Aline Happ. Since then, the group has released two albums via crowdfunding support, Catharsis (2014) and Immersion (2018) and played in several Brazilian cities and also online concerts for all over the world.

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