MELTED SPACE: French Metal Opera Outfit Issues Remix Tracks And Official Video For “Titania”


Following the 2015 Sensory Records release of their debut album, The Great Lie, France’s epic metal opera collective, MELTED SPACE, has issued special remixed versions of several tracks from the album through a new digital EP, titled Remix Remodel, which is now streaming Additionally, an official video for the revamped version of the track “Titania” has been completed, and is playing.

MELTED SPACE is the ambitious venture forged by French composer Pierre Le Pape. After the outfit’s European tour with Symphony X and Myrath, the live lineup of MELTED SPACE decided to reconstruct and remix several songs with vocal contributions from the live crew from the venture. These three new versions have been collected in Remix Remodel, with new track versions as remixed by Beau Hill (producer, Europe, Alice Cooper, Ratt) on “No Need To Fear”, After Forever’s Joost Van Den Broeck for “Lost Souls From The Other Side”, and François-Maxime Boutault (producer, Dagoba, others) for “Titania”, with mastering handled at Fascination Street Studio by Tony Lindgren.

Simultaneously, MELTED SPACE announces the completion of the act’s first official video for the song “Titania” – the remixed version of the track, found on Remix Remodel. The video was directed by Rusty J. Matalou in a German Expressionism style, bringing a new visual dimension to to MELTED SPACE, and extending Pierre Le Pape’s musical universe to the outfit’s fanbase.

See MELTED SPACE’s video for “Titania” RIGHT HERE, and stream/purchase the entire Remix Remodel EP HERE.

MELTED SPACE‘s The Great Lie was entirely written and conducted by founder Le Pape. An incredibly powerful, layered masterwork, the album features an intense storyline with a wide cast of characters performed by guest vocalists, including David Vincent (Morbid Angel), Attila Csihar (Sunn O))), Mayhem), Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquillity), Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon), Ailyn Gimenéz (Sirenia), Kobi Fahri (Orphaned Land), Mariangela Demurtas (Tristania) and other vocalists, as well as music by an all-star cast of musicians and the entire City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.