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Aussie metallers Dark Symphonica have released their brand new single "Chains of Misfortune." Give it a listen below.
The release follows Dark Symphonica's debut single launch "Scream and Bleed" in 2014, which peaked at #4 on the Australian iTunes Metal Charts.
“Chains of Misfortune,” like its predecessor “Scream and Bleed,” was recorded and mixed with Adam Merker of Studio Anders Debeerz (Aversions Crown, Lagerstein), and mastered by the talented Jens Bogren (Opeth, Arch Enemy) of Fascination Street Studios.
Despite the delays of 2014, Dark Symphonica looks set to scream headlong toward the release of a debut album while continuing to contribute to the live scene with a huge 5-piece show. More...
Up and coming Australian symphonic metal band Dark Symphonica has released an official music video for debut single "Scream and Bleed," which can be viewed below.
Soon after the digital release of "Scream and Bleed" two weeks ago, the track peaked at number 4 on the iTunes Australia Metal charts. The song was recorded with Adam Merker of Studio Anders Debeerz (Alpine Fault, Lagerstein), and mastered with the world renowned Jens Bogren of Fascination Street Studios (Opeth, Kreator, Paradise Lost).
Jarrad Rooke of Dropframe Creative, and director of the music video, remarked: "I was so drawn to this track. It's dynamically brilliant and I wanted to make a video that pulls out the character struggle from the lyrics. It's as beautiful and as challenging as art should be."
Up and coming Australian symphonic metal band Dark Symphonica has finally released debut single "Scream and Bleed," which will soon see an accompanying official video.
"Scream and Bleed" has impressively stormed to number 4 on the iTunes Australian Metal charts, and you can listen in through the SoundCloud player below.
The 5-piece orchestral outfit Dark Symphonica harvests elements of power thrash, progressive, and classical styles to create a kaleidoscopic sound which summons the listener on a deeply absorbing journey.