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Portugal's Dark Wings Syndrome has posted a new music video online for the song "It's No Good," which can be found in the player below. "It's No Good" is taken off the band's "Arance" album. You can also find the previously posted music video off the same album for "Spiritual Emotions" at this location.
Portuguese prog-rock/metal band DARK WINGS SYNDROME recently shot a video clip for a cover of the DEPECHE MODE hit "It's No Good," featured on the band’s debut album. The music video was shot at the band's rehearsal room in Riba D’ Ave, Portugal earlier this month.
According to frontman Barros Onyx, “This video follows the whole concept of the Arcane album and the visual experience of it will be very psychedelic, hallucinating and spiritual.”
As previously reported, DARK WINGS SYNDROME will play a very special gig on Saturday, February 19, 2011 at Side B Bar in Benavente, Portugal where AVA INFERI (whose line-up includes Norwegian guitarist Rune Eriksen a.k.a. ex-MAYHEM guitarist/songwriter Blasphemer), will hold a CD-release party for its fourth album, "Onyx."
Portuguese prog-rock/metal band DARK WINGS SYNDROME will play a very special gig on Saturday, February 19, 2011 at Side B Bar in Benavente, Portugal where AVA INFERI (whose line-up includes Norwegian guitarist Rune Eriksen a.k.a. ex-MAYHEM guitarist/songwriter Blasphemer) will hold a CD-release party for its fourth album, "Onyx."
DARK WINGS SYNDROME is still promoting their debut album, "Arcane," which featured several guest appearances and was released this year via Ethereal Sound Works, an independent Portuguese Label. The band wants to release their next album internationally and is in search of a label to make that happen. Interested parties can contact DARK WINGS SYNDROME at email@example.com.
In related band news, DARK WINGS SYNDROME was nominated in several categories for the first Rock Alternativo de Guimarães Awards, which will be held on January 15th, 2011 at CAE São Mamede, Guimarães, Portugal. The ceremony is organized by Submarino Radio Show and more details will be revealed soon.
After the release of the "Spiritual Emotions" video in September, DARK WINGS SYNDROME will soon start shooting a new one for the song "It’s No Good," a DEPECHE MODE cover.
Portugal's DARK WINGS SYNDROME have released their new music video, for the track "Spiritual Emotions." Check it out below:
This video was recorded between May/June at ATC, Joane, Portugal, and the production has handled by Rui Correia (Espaço Híbrido). "Spiritual Emotions" is the first single taken from DARK WINGS SYNDROME debut album "Arcane." David Castillo (KATATONIA, BLOODBATH, KLIMT 1918, DRACONIAN) mixed and mastered this album on last April at Ghostward Studio in Stockholm, Sweden.
Portugal’s DARK WINGS SYNDROME has posted two new songs on their MySpace player. Head over to listen to "It’s No Good" (Depeche Mode cover) and "… In Hades Part. 1," featuring guest vocalist Miriam Renvag of RAM-ZET. Both songs are taken from the new Dark Wings Syndrome album, "Arcane."
"Arcane" was mixed and mastered by David Castillo (KATATONIA, BLOODBATH, KLIMT 1918, DRACONIAN) at Ghostward Studio in Stockholm, Sweden. The initial recording sessions for the CD took place at Teatro Construção (ATC), DWS Studio and 213 Studios (Portugal) between August and December 2009/January 2010 under the guidance of Rui Ferreira (Caps) (Dark Wings Syndrome) and feature several national and international guest appearances.
"Arcane" was released on August 16th via Ethereal Sound Works for the Portuguese market. Meanwhile the single "Spiritual Emotions," taken from the debut album, is still available for free download here.
"Hatred/Ódio" from Portuguese DARK WINGS SYNDROME‘s forthcoming debut album is available for exclusive streaming on the band's MySpace page. The band is currently hard at work finalizing their album. Pictures from the studio can be seen here.
Watch a video from the recording sessions below: