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FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE – `Bloodclock´ Videosingle kündigt „Opera“ Album an

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Mit `Pendulum´ hatten die Symphonic Death Black Metaller FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE im März ihren ersten Song seit dem August 2021 vorgestellt. Nun folgt verbunden mit der Anküdndigung des neuen Silberlings „Opera“ für den 23. August die zweite Auskopplung `Bloodclock´ samt Video, welches offenbar dem Motto Will BLOOD ever be enough in a METAL video?We don’t think so, and you?“ folgt.

Francesco Paoli über den neuen Song:

„What do we see right before we die? Well, with ‘Bloodclock’ I bear my witness and reveal the personal visions I had while hanging on a rope, unconscious, a few hundred meters above the ground. It’s insane how reality can be much more terrifying and soul crushing than imagination. Soon after my discharge from the hospital, me and Francesco Ferrini started writing immediately, even if I was still bedridden and unable to play. The idea was to capture the mood of those dramatic days and make sure to keep intact the sense of desperation and fear that was still running through my veins after the accident. Later on, we worked with the others to develop those ideas and create the music that such a strong story deserves, music that takes your breath away and tosses you into a vortex of mixed feelings and discomfort. I believe we nailed it 110%.

And the video is a spectacular representation of that disaster. I pushed Martina (McLean, video director) to the limit because I knew she could find a poetic, metaphorical yet extremely impactful way to match the fury of the song with awe-inspiring images. She did an amazing job and we’re proud to state that this is the best music video we’ve ever had in our career. But this song is not only about death, it’s also about life. ‘I’m not dead yet’ was some sort of mantra that became my battle-cry. The moment I woke up, I started my war to stay alive, that with time turned into a true and never-ending calvary as I’m still carrying the cross for what happened that day. But this is another story and its time is yet to come…”