Debut album from Metalite called “Heroes in time” is set for release on October 27th via Inner Wound Recordings.
Metalite was formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 2015 when Edwin Premberg [guitar] met Emma Bensing [vocals]. He presented his musical ideas and vision to her, and she agreed to join the band. The goal was to write and record melodic and memorable metal songs with a modern and fresh sound.
Edwin and Emma started to co-operate with the Danish producer Jacob Hansen [Volbeat, Evergrey, Amaranthe] and songs started to take shape. During 2016 Metalite found three experienced musicians that agreed to join the band: Lea Larsson [drums], Robert Örnesved [guitar] and Robert Majd [bass].
A deal was signed with the Swedish label Inner Wound Recordings, and the Metalite debut album “Heroes In Time” is scheduled to be released in October 2017.
“Afterlife”, the first single from the album showcase the Metalite sound in a perfect way, but other songs from the album like “Nightmare”, “Heroes In Time” or “Purpose of Life” are just as likely to become fan favorites.
“Heroes In Time” is an impressive debut album filled with melodic and memorable songs, crowned with the strong and emotional vocals by vocalist Emma Bensing as well as a powerful production by Jacob Hansen. The album should be perfect for fans of bands like Beyond The Black, Dynazty and Amaranthe!
The artwork was created by Jan Yrlund [Apocalyptica, Leah, Korpiklaani] and guest appearances on the album includes Fraser Edwards [Ascension] and Jakob Svensson [Wigelius].
Emma Bensing – Vocals
Edwin Premberg – Guitar
Robert Örnesved – Guitar
Robert Majd – Bass
Lea Larsson – Drums
Heroes In Time 
02. Purpose of Life
04. The Hunter
05. Heroes in Time
06. Power of Metal
07. Over and Done
08. The Light of Orion
09. In The Middle of the Night
10. Black Horse Rider
11. The Great Force Within Us
Mixed and mastered by: Jacob Hansen [Volbeat, Amaranthe, Evergrey]
Artwork by: Jan Yrlund [Apocalyptica, Delain, Leah]
Guest appearances by: Fraser Edwards [Ascension] and Jakob Svensson [Wigelius]
Europe, North America: Inner Wound Recordings