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Phoenix Rising (band)

Phoenix Rising (formerly known as Phoenix Rising / Fire & Ashes and, originally, as Quinta Enmienda) is a symphonic power metal band from Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain. Their music is strongly influenced by bands like Stratovarius, Rhapsody of Fire, Galneryus, and Sonata Arctica.

The band was established in 2007 as “Quinta Enmienda”, and they released an album, Ne Bis in Idem, with that name in 2010. However, in 2012, after signing a record deal for three albums with the German label Sonic Attack, they switched their name to “Phoenix Rising”.

The band was established in early 2007 as Quinta Enmienda. In 2008, Quinta Enmienda recorded its very first demo as a result of winning the competition “¿Y tu qué tocas?” and the band started to play live, gaining a good reputation in the local scene.

In September 2009, Quinta Enmienda was chosen to join Saratoga, Muro and Medina Azahara at the stage for the “Javier Gálvez’s Tribute Show”. In that show the band play live for over 5,000 metal-heads. Their convincing performance received the attention of well-known Spanish metal producer Fernando Asensi (Dragonfly, Opera Magna, Delirion). As a result, a lasting relationship was established, and the band went into the studio in February 2010 under his supervision to produce their debut album Ne Bis in Idem. The album was released on 25 May, and marvelous critics don’t last to show up. Yet shortly after the album is released, the only line-up change took place so far with Jesús M sock tape football. Toribio replacing the former keyboard player

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. In support of their debut the band performed numerous shows in central Spain small thermos flask, among them three festival highlights: Getafe Sonisphere in 2010 and Power Alive Fest and Granito Rock in front of over 6,000 fans.

During the first quarter of 2011 Quinta Enmienda began to write songs for their new album, and the high quality of the band’s demo recordings convinced Karl Walterbach (ex Noise Records boss and head of Sonic Attack) to get in touch. After intense discussions the band finally decided to switch to an international compatible name with “Phoenix Rising / Fire & Ashes” and to record the new songs in two languages: a Spanish version for the band’s domestic market and an English version for the international markets. However the limited edition of the initial release contained both versions in a double CD for the price of one. The result was the concept album MMXII which was released worldwide on March 23, 2012.

In April 2012 Phoenix Rising announced through their website that the band had reached an agreement with the prestigious Japanese label Hydrant Music (3 Inches of Blood, Firewind, Llullacry, To/Die/For) in order to edit their last album MMXII in Japan. The album was to be released in August and it would contain exclusive bonus tracks for the Japanese market.

Currently[when?] the band is touring to present live their latest work and working on their new album

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John Wilson Ewbank

John W. Ewbank (1799–1847), was an English-born landscape and marine painter largely operational from Scotland.

Ewbank was born at Darlington, on 4 May 1799, the son of Michael Ewbank, an innkeeper. He was adopted as a child by a wealthy uncle who lived at Wycliffe, on the banks of the River Tees, in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Intended for the Roman Catholic priesthood, he was sent to Ushaw College, from which he absconded.

In 1813 Ewbank was apprenticed to Thomas Coulson, an ornamental painter in Newcastle. In around 1816 he moved with Coulson to Edinburgh, where he had some lessons with Alexander Nasmyth. He found work both as a painter and a teacher. He was nominated in 1830 one of the foundation members of the Royal Scottish Academy. But, having become a success with history painting, he took to drink, and fell into poverty.

In 1833 he is listed as living at 7 Union Street on the eastern fringe of the New Town in Edinburgh.

He died of typhus fever in the infirmary at Sunderland, 28 November 1847.

His sketches from nature were especially admired,[by whom?] and a series of 51 drawings of Edinburgh by him were engraved by W. H. Lizars for James Browne’s Picturesque Views of Edinburgh (1825) small thermos. He also made a reputation with cabinet pictures of banks of rivers sock tape football, coast scenes, and marine subjects.

As an illustrator he illustrated some early editions of Scott’s Waverley Novels and one edition of Gilbert White’s Natural History of Selborne.

After 1829 he changed style and painted The Visit of George IV to Edinburgh, The Entry of Alexander the Great into Babylon, and Hannibal crossing the Alps. A View of Edinburgh from Inchkeith belongs to this period.

Later works were painted for cash.

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: “Ewbank, John W.”. Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.&nbsp nalgene water bottles;