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Music Video For New Song "Invisible" Premiered By Diabulus In Musica

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If unbridled passion for classical music meets raw modern metal, the result is most certainly going to be Diabulus In Musica. The Spanish band is the biggest symphonic metal act their homeland has to offer, and the fivepiece has been storming Europe since 2010 and the debut "Secrets"! Two years after "Argia," the fourth album "Dirge for the Archons" ('Archon' has been named as one of Atlantis' creators) travels with us to long lost worlds and thrills with the flair of the finest operas, rough growls, epic choirs, orchestral intermezzi and pure metal. The mystical cover artwork comes courtesy of Heilemania (Lindemann, Epica, Kamelot).

Today, the band teamed up with MetalUnderground.com for the premiere for the music video for the new song "Invisible." Check it out in the player below.

"Dirge for the Archons," which is set to drop via Napalm Records on November 18th. The track listing is as follows:

The track list for the album is:

1. Battle of Atlantis
2. Earthly Illusions
3. Marble Embrace
4. Invisible
5. Crimson Gale (see lyric video here)
6. Ring Around Dark Fairies' Carousel
7. A Speck in the Universe
8. Hiding from You
9. The Voice of Your Dreams
10. The Hawk's Lament
11. Bane
12. The River of Loss
13. Zauria
14. Lies in Your Eyes (live) (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
15. St. Michael's Nightmare (live) (Limited Edition Bonus Track)

MetalUnderground.com is proud to present "Invisible":

Check out the clip here:

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