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5x New – week 03

TRIBULATION checked in with the following comment:
“Here’s something for the fire worshippers out there: an ode to the one that transforms and delivers, aids and burns. It’s a song about sacrifice and loss and the immortality quest of heroes past. Giving form to the name, we had the help of Claudio Mario and Artax Film who contributed with their own vision of ‘Funeral Pyre’ – as ragged, yet stylish and clean-cut as always.”
Writer & Director: Claudio Marino (www.claudiomarino.com)
Producer: Artax Film (www.artaxfilm.com)
Frontman/multi-instrumentalist Anders Manga says about the track: “Devallia and I knocked out this video a couple weeks ago in our little cabin basement. The current health crisis has kept us home but the green screen can take us (crudely) anywhere and BEYOND! Lyrically, this song is a straight tribute to Roger Corman’s 1957 drive-in sci-fi/horror classic. As much as I think we’re inspired by Hammer Films and classic European gothic horror, really, Corrman is just as important and certainly an American treasure.”
The new album Songs Of Unspeakable Terror is out now
via Napalm Records.
Anneke comments: “For the new album I wrote a lot of songs filled with messages of love and heartache, but I also went on a more propulsive journey, with darker storytelling. The percussive opening groove of ‘Hurricane’ is maintained until a slightly ominous middle section. The track closes with heavy drums and a glorious trumpet solo.”
The upcoming album “The Darkest Skies are the Brightest” will be out on Feb 26th 2021 via InsideOut Music.
NERVOSA’s upcoming longplayer Perpetual Chaos marks the beginning of a new era whilst also underlining their straight-forward lyricism and style: From political grievances and amplifying the voices of minorities to protesting against factory farming, capitalism and succumbing to the ill-informed musings of social elites – these commanding women do not mince words.
Join the prophetic aura of the blue orb and dive into the somber twilight of a cinematic metal ode: Finland’s DARK SARAH unveil a beautiful live version of “Melancholia”, taken from their astonishing fourth studio album, Grim. Released in July 2020, this beguiling new dimension, coalescing between crystal-clear vocals and propulsive hardness, draws you into the tempestuous maelstrom of their horror fantasy theme.