Italy’s Skylark was founded in 1994 by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Eddy Antonini, who dreamt of merging components of all his beloved musical designs: classical, pop music, progressive rock and roll, rock, etc., right into a one musical enterprise. Far-reaching simply because this objective may sound, it could quickly begin taking form when Antonini — along with vocalist Fabio Dozzo, guitarist Nico Tordini, bassist Roberto “Brodo” Potenti and drummer Federico Ria — documented 1995’s The Horizon as well as the Surprise. Part concept record, part rock and roll opera, this record established the shade for Skylark’s ensuing functions, which the music group held churning out fast and furious, towards the tune of 1 release each year and including 1996’s Looking forward to the Princess, 1997’s Dragon’s Secrets, 1998’s Following the Surprise and 1999’s Belzebù. Antonini in some way found period amidst all of this activity to record a single record (1998’s When Drinking water Became Glaciers), and topped himself by causing Skylark’s next task a two-album affair, released as The Divine Gates — I: Gate of Hell (1999) as well as the Divine Gates — II: Gate of Heaven (2000). The Princess’ Time implemented in 2001 as well as the extended globe tour that implemented saw the music group touring lands as faraway as Japan and Chile before acquiring time to get a well-deserved break. Skylark just resurfaced in 2004 using the typically ambitious Wings record, which introduced brand-new guitarist Fabrizio Romani, drummer Carlos and feminine vocalist Kiara.