Saturday, May 9, 2015

PRIMORDIAL premiere brand new video for 'Wield Lightning To Split The Sun'

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Irish Pagan Metallers PRIMORDIAL have just launched a brand new video for the song "Wield Lightning To Split The Sun"! Make sure to surf over HERE to check it out!

Comments the band on the video: "'We Wield Lightning Before The Sun' has become an important song for us, the dramatic album closer has become something of a natural call to arms that people have really taken to their hearts. The video is a mixture of live outdoor footage shot at the Sonnenwende festival in Austria mixed with indoor footage from this years Blastfest in Bergen, Norway, all cut by Costin Chiorneau who also made the artwork for the last album. A hymn to the animal in man that needs to be exercised not exorcised!"

"Wield Lightning To Split The Sun" is taken off the bands latest album "Where Greater Men Have Fallen" which is still available for purchase at THIS location! There you can also watch the bands first video clip for "Babel´s Tower"!

PRIMORDIAL will play a string of selected club shows and festivals in the months to come.

PRIMORDIAL
24/05/15 US - Baltimore @ Maryland Deathfest
13/06/15 RO - Bucharest @ Metalhead Meeting
19/06/15 DK - Copenhagen @ Copenhell
20/06/15 BE - Dessel @ Graspop Metal Meeting
17/07/15 DE - Balingen @ Bang Your Head!
18/07/15 FR - Simandre Sur Suran @ Ragnard Rock Festival
06/08/16 DE - Schlotheim @ Party.San Open Air
07/08/15 CZ - Jaromer @ Brutal Assault Open Air
08/08/15 AT - Döbriach @ Sauzipf Rocks
03/10/15 NO - Trondheim @ Trondheim Metal Fest
16/10/15 DE - Berlin @ Astra (Friction Fest)
17/10/15 DE - Köln @ Essigfabrik (Friction Fest)
05/12/15 DE - Oberhausen @ Ruhrpott Metal Meeting

An eight track, fifty-eight minute magnum opus, "Where Greater Men Have Fallen" was recorded at Grouse Lodge in Dublin with Jaime Gomez (Cathedral, Angelwitch, Grave Miasma) and delivers some of the band's deepest, most methodically arranged, thematically profound and plainly gripping compositions of their winding catalog of sonic enormity.

http://www.primordialweb.com
https://www.facebook.com/primordialofficial

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