Άλε Ισκάνταρ ΙΙ ( Ce Iskantar II ) by Constantinos Deuce published on 2011-11-06T10:24:25Z The album of the Artemis The first is a series of concept disks mash-up style, which deals exclusively with the work of our great composer Stamatis Spanoudakis. In the mind of Artemis, from the late 90s, shaken an idea to create an album in the spirit of ' The Rapsody Overture: Hip Hop Meets Classic ... 'and' S & M ', the album were released by Metallica in cooperation with the Symphonic Orchestra of San Francisco. In the summer of 2006, while attending a concert of Stamatis Spanoudakis in Herodium, he heard a cover version of 'Lord have mercy "with electro elements, arranged to have made the author specially for that night. At that moment she realized with the help of what could be implemented this idea! The two artists came into contact, Stamatis Spanoudakis confided 6 of the most epic creations in Artemis, and so after two years of work, the album is here! It is worth mentioning that the "Lord have mercy ', the song that triggered this cooperation ultimately not included in the disk, paradoxically, was lost from the archives of Stamatis Spanoudakis. This is an explosive mix of music, where the respondent us musical tradition, marries perfectly with the blistering industrial metal and rapcore rhythms and inspirational lyrics of Artemis. A truly unprecedented listening to Greek data. An album that exudes optimism and strength and obviously this is the message we intended to go to the listeners. As for the songs contained on the disk, three of them are already known to those who follow the musical path of Artemis. So we hear the 'depleted', 'Elefsis' and 'So is it so go', to new interpretations that fit over the creations of Stamatis Spanoudakis.