New Music Video "Inner Force" Premiered By Diabulus In Musica
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Spanish symphonic metal act Diabulus In Musica premiered the new music video "Inner Force" over at Metal Insider at this location (also showing in the player below). The song appears on the band's upcoming new album "Argia" which drops on April 8th in North America via Napalm Records.
Vocalist Zuberoa Aznárez commented on the song: “‘Inner Force’ talks about the two sides of the human being and about how we can turn negativity into positive strength. To express this idea in the video, we needed to show two very different characterizations and sceneries: a dark, tight and small place to express that negativity we all sometimes have in our minds; and then an open and lighter one to represent mind freedom and renewal. This is also related with the cover of Argia and the general concept in the album: rebirth after the sinking.”
Mikel Larequi directed the video and Manuel Toro was in charge of the photography direction. The video was recorded in two different locations. The first locale is a bunker hidden inside the mountains of the Navarrese Pirinées. Franco obliged to build a lot in the border just after the Spanish civil war and the 2nd World War because he was afraid of an invasion by the Allies, but (fortunately) they were never used. The second place is a beautiful beach of stone surrounded by cliffs in Bizkaia (Basque country).
The track list for the album is
1. Et Resurrexit (Libera Me)
2. From the Embers
3. Inner Force
4. Furia de Libertad (feat. Ailyn Giménez of Sirenia)
6. Sed Diabolus
7. Spoilt Vampire
8. Eternal Breeze
9. Mechanical Ethos
10. Encounter at Chronos' Maze (feat. Thomas Vikström of 7days/Therion)
Check out "Inner Force" here:
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