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Hailing from from Venezuela and now residing in The Netherlands; in a what could be described as a metal approach to a macabre symphony, Cultura Tres have created a gnarly video clip for 'La Cruz Del Seis' from their acclaimed La Secta album.
The song which is based on the power of symbolism, "explores how it rules the lives of so many who can’t look further than religion (including South American beliefs such as Brujeria). The song lures the listener in to gradually confront the big questions in life. It calls out the illusive relief given by spiritual practices which try to block the acceptance of death as a clear end. “La Voz Del Tiempo” which roughly translates as “The Voice of Time” refers to the only voice that actually has a a real saying in our lives: The inevitable passing of time..."
Watch 'La Cruz Del Seis' Here: https://youtu.be/o_nLSp6mDkE
The video was filmed in Venezuela, Luxembourg and The Netherlands directed and filmed by Juan De Ferrari with additional filming from Mailing Hoo and Alejandro Londono.
La Secta is an agnostic statement made into an album; a record filled with witchery, prophetic and even demonic figures who explore the different stages of religious madness. Cultura Tres has never been afraid to take chances and with La Secta this has led to a strange cocktail of Classic Rock, 90's Death Metal, Gloomy Grunge, Blues, and even South American Folk. A unique recipe for a new sound. The sludgy chants and heavy guitar bends are leading a journey to a dark, obscure place, passing along the way; moments filled with the beauty of melancholic instrumental parts... La Secta can go from straight forward South American thrash riffs to the emptiness and loneliness of an apocalyptic piano. Proving that this record is really not afraid to tell a different story."
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