ABOUT, MUSIC & MEDIA
Prog Metal hailing from Tarnow, Poland - Est. 2007
Marek 'Marqus' Ostrowski
Gregorz 'Greg' Ziolek
Waldemar 'Valdi' Rozanski
Karol 'Karaluz' Wadowski
Marcin 'Larz' Duchnik
2007 - Present
Synthesizers / Keys
Polish act Anvision shape their sound around Progressive Rock and Prog-Metal, expressing heavy guitar riffs amongst delicate melodies. With 3 albums under their belt, numerous tour dates including tour with Tarja Turunen throughout Europe in 2017, and an overwhelming amount of rave reviews, Anvision continue to power through Poland, Europe and beyond…
Read on to delve into the history and achievements of Anvision…
Anvision is the one of the top polish melodic prog metal bands founded in 2007 by guitarist Greg Ziolek, drummer Marcin “Larz” Duchnik and the first vocalist Marcin Gadek. The first band line up was completed by keyboardist Andrzej Niewiedomski and bassist Artur Serwin.
In 2010 they released the first EP titled “Eyes Wide Shut” and placed one song “ Why Shouldn’t I Get To Heaven” on compilation album “Downtown Metal vol. 8” which has been released in USA, Canada and Mexico.
In 2011 new musicians joined the band. Vocalist Marek “MarQus” Ostrowski and Keyboardist Lukas Piwowonski.
In 2012 AnVision released their first long – play album titled “AstralPhase”. The album has been noticed and appreciated by critics and fans alike, and is recieving excellent reviews from around the world.
In 2013 Anvision changed the line up again. Bassist Karol “Karaluz” Wadowski and Keyboardist Waldemar “Valdi” Rozanski” joined the band.
For the last few years, the band played numerous concerts, loudly applauded by the audience.
The last AnVision's album, titled "New World" was released Friday May 13 2016.
For two songs from this album, "I'm Gone Away" and "Around The Corner" were made video clips.
Currently AnVision is working over new album "Love & Hate", which is planned to be released in the beginning of 2020..
LOVELY DAY TO DIE (Official Lyric Video)
I'M GONE AWAY
AROUND THE CORNER
LIVE AT PROG THE CASTLE
SEASON OF THE WITCHES