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Keep Of Kalessin Posts "Introspection" Music Video

Keep of Kalessin has premiered a new music video for the brand new track ”Introspection." Check it out below.

The music video was premiered at the Indie Recordings Label Night at the Inferno Festival in Oslo, Norway yesterday. The label comments on the clip:

"'Introspection' shows the band from a more serious and mature side than before. The band also brings more of their 80's inspiration into this track with Obsidian C. showing a lot more of his impressive solo skills.

"Guitarist Obsidian C used the opportunity to reveal some unexpected news with the crowd at Inferno. Not only does the video show the band from a different side, but Obsidian C has now also taken over the vocal duties after singer Thebon seems to have disappeared in the African jungle."

"We haven't heard from him in 5 months. He went to South Africa with his girlfriend and we received no life sign or answers to our messages," comments guitarist and now also front man Obsidian C. "Instead of waiting it out we just had to move on and I started testing the vocals in the studio myself, realizing my vocals were far from bad. I've always been the driving force of the band and I found it to be easier if I just managed to handle the vocals from now on instead of replacing Thebon with someone else. The worst part of this will of course be to do both vocals and guitars live, but it's all a matter of practice, really. We now feel that this is the way to go and that the band is in fact stronger than ever!"

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