Tribute Video For Simon Oberender "Come, Oh Night" Posted By Beyond The Bridge
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German progressive metal act posted a new music video for the track "Come, Oh Night." The video is a tribute to the fallen bandmate and composer Simon Oberender, who passed away three weeks after the band's first U.S. appearance at ProgPower USA (a review of the performance is over here).
Oberender's contributions included: keyboardist for Amanda Somerville's project Trillium, organist for Avantasia ("The Angel of Babylon" and "Wicked Symphony"), organist for Edguy ("Age of the Joker"), Gregorian vocals for Epica ("Requiem for the Indifferent"), choir vocals for Rhapsody of Fire ("The Frozen Tears of Angels" and "The Cold Embrace of Fear") and he also took part in the "Silverthorn choir" as part of Kamelot's "Silverthorn."
The video features keyboardist Christopher Tarnow and vocalist Herbie Langhans. Check it out here:
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