The video, which was produced by the Schillo Brothers, is a real visual treat that will also give you some insights into the upcoming insanely wild open-world shooter “RAGE 2”.
The band comments on the song and video: “’Supernova’ – our most ambitious song project ever and one of our favourite songs of our new album. Once you sing along with it, it will follow you anywhere. We totally enjoyed making use of the super organic sounds during songwriting. And shooting the video was a perfect collaboration of many experienced people that all shared one vision. From the first notes on paper to the finished song including a video in cooperation with RAGE 2 it turned out to be exactly how we had it in our minds.
Music will never be boring if you’re brave enough to break new grounds. We totally love the combination of super organic brass sounds and heavy guitar riffings. Once you listen to it, it won’t let go of you anymore. The whole project including the elaborate video was a wonderful team play of many creative minds and we couldn’t be happier with the final result.”
Norwegian black metal titans ABBATH are nowreleasing the second new track, taken from their upcoming full length ‘Outstrider’. The album is set for worldwide release on July 5, 2019. The new offering “Calm in Ire (of Hurricane)” is now streaming in the form of a lyric video via Kerrang! at the link below!
Yes..it’s official.. didn’t see this coming…AS I LAY DYING is BACK with the classic lineup.
The official video for “My Own Grave”, a brand new song announced by the AILD’s Facebook page last night, can be seen below
Tim Lambesis pled guilty to attempting to hire an undercover cop posing as a hitman to kill his wife, Meggan Lambesis back in 2014. Frontman Tim Lambesis was released on parole in December 2016 after serving less than half of the six year sentence.
“I will end like a shadow covered by your sorrow” may be considered as the sentence that summerize the best the video clip. Running, this movement is in total contradiction with the slow music. The drums is omnipresent and repetitive.
The video-clip relates the end of a love story.
it’s a way to turn into pictures what can happen in somebody’s mind when something is wrong.
The loved one is chasing me, always catching me just in time. But never stop running: either to escape or to end the situation (end scene where I am on the edge of the precipice and where I hesitate to jump).
He catches me at the end.