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Swiss Trance / Melodic Death Metal band Rage Of Light has just released its sixth music video and new single, two years after the launch of the project in early 2016.
True to the band’s modern style, mixing electronic sounds with powerful and fast metal, the new track is called « I Can, I Will » and shows once again the beautiful lead singer, Melissa Bonny, alternating brilliantly between screams and clean singing. She’s accompanied with Jonathan Pellet on harsh vocals, composer but also director of the music video, and with guitarist Noé Schüpbach.
"I Can, I Will" music video : https://youtu.be/0MjyGPp__-w
Rage Of Light is especially known thanks to two music video covers : the famous « Twilight Of The Thunder God » from Amon Amarth and in another style « Lollipop » from Aqua. Both videos have been seen more than 100’000 times on YouTube.
The 'Releases Of The Year' series are albums chosen by myself as the best release from each country / dependency known to have an official release in the year 2017. These are alphabetized in country order so are easy to navigate. Each award has national flag featured alongside the band name, Release Of The Year' and Facebook link (where provided)
They've done it again, Dartford's very own Trance Metal ensemble Silent Descent have released their third music video to date, their first ever music video was 'Duplicity' which was taken from the album of the same name, this was predominantly featuring the old line-up, as musicians come and gone it was prime time for the Kent mob to deliver another album, it was in the majestic form of 'Mind Games' that cemented the band as one of the most exciting modern metal bands to explode nationwide, released through the now defunct Rising Records, 'Mind Games' was to become a popular release in the metal community, one that landed them playing alongside Japanese cyber metal sensations Blood Stained Child and evidently the return to Download Festival. As the band's second music video coalesced into becoming 'Psychotic Euphoric' it was clear that they meant business, the sound had matured and the saddening departure of Kipster, the bands DJ and hard trance powerhouse, so what a fitting way to show that Silent Descent are expanding and clearly are 'Breaking The Space'
Ed: Looks like BDSM made an impact in the metal music world
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