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Chilean Groove / Thrash Metallers Lefutray have released the second official video from 2015 Sick Bangers album Oath. Check out "Sounds Kill" above.
The video was directed and edited by Nicolas Iriarte, with assistance from Felipe Vergara and Nicolas Vergara. Illumination by Huge Tejo.
Stream "Oath" in its entirety at this location. "Oath" is also available at these fine establishments: SickBangers, iTunes and CD Baby.
The fabulous artwork is by renowned artist Costin Chioreanu (Arch Enemy, At The Gates, Arcturus). The artist had this to say about it:
"The illustration which I crafted for Lefutray's album "Oath" is telling the story of the moribund society we are living in front of human nature. At the same is a straight message to all people out there: is time to leave all our garbage behind, all our rules, all our masks, all our standards, all our hypocrisy and all the nonsense of this illusion which we created and named "society". Is time to rediscover what we really are, no matter how painful can be the price for that, no matter how tough will be for our mind to learn a new system of values and to understand the existence of explainable which can be analyzed with the soul and instinct. Inside ourselves is the key, and the prison around needs to be eliminated. This is the story behind this front cover."
"It's fast, intense, and just a well rounded album." - Head-Banger Reviews
"Oath bashes from start to end, and will resonate with those who desire a more abrasive juggernaut of thrash that still keeps groove in mind." - Eternal-Terror
"Lefutray have done a great job of cultivating a sound that is their very own. Though they certainly fit into the thrash metal polemic, Oath proves that they can do so much more."
- Two Guys Metal Reviews
"Oath offers fast, powerful guitar runs, raging drums, dominant bass, and intoxicating groove."
"Eleven songs of a modern Thrash Metal with much groove. Pure adrenaline almost from start to finish." - Queens of Steel
"Deathy groove metal!" - WORT Mosh Pit Radio
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