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DESECRATE release new video!

desecrate European matrix death metallers DESECRATE have released their new video "Nevermore", directed by Ildo Brizi. The song is part of the horror movie soundtrack STRIDOR, directed by Ildo Brizi and it's featuring in the lastest DESECRATE full length, "Orpheus".

Watch "Nevermore" here:



The band stated:
"We are proud of the collaboration established between the band and the world of independent filmmakers of our circuit. Earlier we had the pleasure of shooting the video of the first single “To the Hades and Back” directed by Alberto Bogo. Now the collaboration born with Ildo Brizi for his horror movie STRIDOR allowed to realize this new video and we are enthusiastic!"

Formed in 1995, DESECRATE immediately became protagonist in the Italian underground scene. Their debut full-length album “Moonshiny Tales (The Torment and the Rapture)” came out in 1998 via Mephisto Records. Due to several musical disagreements, the band went to hiatus in 2001, but after nine years, in 2010, DESECRATE raised from the ashes again, releasing a new album, “XIII The Death” in 2012, via Inverse Records. The band’s sound has remained faithful to the European matrix death metal of the 90’s aggressive and scratching sonority, with several arrangement innovations which together with the constant use of the piano, create a very personal sound. Recently the band has toured in Italy, having one of the highlights the final show with Dark Tranquillity. DESECRATE‘s latest effort “Orpheus” came out in January 2015, followed by a promotional tour in Italy.

Also check out “To the Hades and Back” (Official Video):



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    February 20, 2017

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