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ALKYMIST "Paradise"

alkymist Danish progressive doom quartet ALKYMIST is now releasing a new live music video for their ten-minute-long track "Paradise," which is found on their 2018-released self-titled debut album. The clip, which makes its public debut through a premiere at Invisible Oranges, was filmed at their release show at Loppen, Christiania in Copenhagen this past October, where a packed venue witnessed the band perform the album from beginning to end, including "Paradise." The video was created by Tatanka and Snake Charmer, the sound is recorded and mixed by the band itself, while the band's producer Lasse Ballade (also known for his work with Slægt, Solbrud and Halshug) has overseen mastering duties.

Invisible Oranges writes in part, "Living up to the curious accident after which they happen to be named, the quartet did, indeed, turn different pieces of metal into gold. With a solid base of heavy firewood, the embers are achieved with an elixir of passion and a dash of wispy air. The atmosphere that seers in its wake is a polished approach to psychedelic stoner goodness. While this strain of doom is known for being heavy on the 1970s nostalgia, Alkymist's work holds up in its own right as they bring their self-titled full-length (released last year) to life with new live visuals."

Witness ALKYMIST's "Paradise" live video at Invisible Oranges RIGHT HERE.

Stream Alkymist in its entirety at Bandcamp HERE and see ALKYMIST's video for "Ghost" HERE.

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    January 25, 2019

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