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Spanish metalcore Far´n´Hate released their new video – Deathwish!


Spanish metalcore act Far’n’Hate is glad to announce a new video for “Deathwish”, new single available now in all digital store. The new track was produced by Jona De Haro, video directed by Marc Agudo.

About the new single their frontman Marc Camargo says: ““Deathwish” is conceptually linked to our previous song “Change”, illustrating a reality where the wrong decisions of a mislead society have collapsed existance as we know it, leading it to a point of no return. We wanted to create a “closer” track for this period of the band, with a darker atmoshphere while retaining the tone of our latest songs”.

About Far’n’Hate
Far’n’Hate is a metalcore act from Barcelona, Spain founded in 2007. The band consists of vocalist and founder member Marc Camargo, drummer Jona de Haro and guitarists Felipe Cerda and Nacho Merino. Their career includes three studio albums released, more than two hundred and fivety concerts during their tours along Europe, UK, Russia, México, USA and performances in international festivals such as Gothoom Open Air (SK), Woodstock Borkovany (CZ), Aggressive Music Fest (CZ), Made Of Metal Open Air (CZ), Siege Of Limerick (IR), Cleveland Music Fest (EEUU), Sick! Mosh! Death! Fest (EE), Takedown Fest (PT) or Brutal Noise Fest (ES), sharing stage with bands as Behemoth, Amaranthe, Havok, Therion, Septicflesh, Rhapsody, Adept, Texas In July or More Than a Thousand. Their latest releases have been a three singles; “Prison Of Self”, “Change” featuring Mike Pérez of the band No Bragging Rights, and “Deathwish”, all featuring conceptual music videos by director Marc Agudo. They are currently working on the production of a new studio album for late 2021.

(review) Caliban – Zeitgeister


German metalcore legends Caliban are back with their new e.p. I must admit that I have never been an avid fan of metalcore, but I love music of Caliban because it has something other bands of the genre does not have. What I love is how they perfectly mix metal, thrash metal, death metal blast beats and melody. Growling and screaming vocals with clean fantastic voice and having many modern almost industrial solutions in the song structures. There are eight songs plus kinda intro on this one and I enjoyed it so much. Lyrics are in German but I speak the language fluently so I had no problem relating to the themes being sung about. My personal favorites are Herz and Intoleranz, but e.p. as a whole is great and I can´t wait for the new full length.