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Adimiron Posts "Ayahuasca" Animated Video

Italian progressive metal act Adimiron has teamed up with MetalSucks.net to launch an animated music video for the song "Ayahuasca," taken from the band's fourth studio album, "Timelapse," which is out now on Scarlet Records. Check out the video below.

Named after the hallucinogenic brew used by indigenous tribes of South America, the band describes "Ayahuasca" as "the perfect concept for the final track of 'Timelapse,' which was born with the desire to gradually carry the listener on a mystical and visual journey to the end of the album."

Czech artist Monika Janouchová, responsible for the "Ayahuasca" video animations, states: "'Ayahuasca is an inspiring song. It has the power to take us to unreal places, and I just wanted to transform its potential into images. Each scene and situation brings us, together with the music, to a long surreal trip. Our mind opens and we are enabled to see more...It's like a vivid dream in which we cannot tell whether it is real or not and if everything will be normal once woken up."

"With Timelapse, we're trying to explore our relationship with the only aspect that cannot be modified in our lives: the flow of time," commented guitarist Alessandro Castelli. "The new album extends all our personal and daily feelings about the choices that compose our identity, a sort of glass sliding doors. But Timelapse is not only a mirror reflecting our inner tensions, it's like a 'portal' to our relationship with the surrounding world and how it's been modified from the beginning."

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