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Video Clip For New Song "Avalanche" Available From Cellar Darling

Cellar Darling, the new band formed by ex-Eluveitie members Anna Murphy, Merlin Sutter and Ivo Henzi, issued a music video for the new single "Avalanche." The song appears on the debut album "This Is The Sound," due to drop on June 30th,2017 via Nuclear Blast Records.

"Avalanche" tells yet another grim abstract story, painting a picture of the end of things. In band’s own words: “We'd like to take you on another journey into a picturesque, abstract world. Listen to the summoners of the ‘Avalanche'. A story about a cult and a freezing end to an intimate deathwish. Shot in the heat of beautiful Tenerife, an intentionally contradictory setting, this video tells you our story with symbolism and movement, contrasts & metaphors. So sit back and let your imagination run wild, enjoy!"

The track listing for "This is the Sound" is:

1. Avalanche
2. Black Moon (see video clip here)
3. Challenge
4. Hullaballoo
5. Six Days
6. The Hermit
7. Water
8. Fire, Wind & Earth
9. Rebels
10. Under The Oak Tree…
11. …High Above These Crowns
12. Starcrusher
13. Hedonia
14. Redemption

Bonus tracks, available exclusively on the digibook:

15. The Cold Song
16. Mad World
17. The Prophet’s Song

Check out "Avalanche" here:

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1. Drum_Junkie writes:

Catchy. When they split from Eluveitie a year ago, I was worried.
After hearing this, their other song Black Moon, and the acoustic song released from the new line-up of Eluveitie, I'm glad that I'll get to hear twice as much great music from them all.

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