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Live Video Clip "Lies In Your Eyes" Premiered By Diabulus In Musica

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Spain's Diabulus In Musica, the biggest symphonic metal act it's homeland has to offer, teamed up with Metal Underground.com for the premiere of the new live performance video of "Lies In Your Eyes." The song originally appeared on the band's 2010 debut full length release "Secrets." The live clip appears on the special edition digipak of the latest album "Dirge for the Archons," which is available now via Napalm Records at this location.

The footage for "Lies In Your Eyes" was captured at the Baluarte Congress Centre and Auditorium of Navarra backed by a symphony orchestra on November 14, 2015. The band commented:

"Here we present to you all one of the songs of the biggest Diabulus in Musica show so far!

"As a symphonic metal band, this concert was a dream come true! We could finally play our songs live as they have been conceived since we started, in no less than the best and biggest concert hall of our hometown Pamplona and with one of the best professionals in the local classical music field. We have to thank CCN (Navarra’s Chamber Choir) and everyone involved for driving such a fantastic initiative and bringing together with great success the metal and the classical audiences!

"'Lies in your Eyes' was one of the first songs we wrote as a band, so it was especially meaningful to us to perform it surrounded by a huge symphonic orchestra and choir. We could have never imagined that it would sound so awesome live!"

MetalUnderground.com is proud to present "Lies In Your Eyes" here:

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