Karma Violens Release Sons Of Destruction Lyric Video
Greek extreme metal band, KARMA VIOLENS, have released a lyric video for ‘Sons Of Destruction‘, the song is taken from their third album ‘Serpent God‘, and is set for a release on April 13th via GROWL RECORDS (Inactive Messiah) a division of ROAR! Rock of Angels Records (Monument, Gods Of Silence, Mean Streak, Panorama, Oblivion). The video was made by Jim Evgenidis at Iconfilworx.
KARMA VIOLENS have recently released a music video for ‘Serpent God‘, the title track of their new album.
‘Serpent God‘, was produced and mixed by Costas Papadopoulos and Karma Violens at Symbolic Studios. Recordings by Costas Papadopoulos at Symbolic Studios. Mastered by Andreas Karayiannis at Dysmorphia Studios. The artwork and layout created by Greek Design mastermind Giannis Nakos at Remedy Art Studios.
KARMA VIOLENS returns with their 3rd album “Serpent God“. The album is an outcome of their new sound – an amalgam of extreme metal forms, with black metal influences prevailing. “Serpent God” is a conceptual album, mainly focusing on the transparency of today’s social standards and ideas. Freedom, or lack thereof today, is the main body of what the album conveys; man’s tendency to create social “musts” and “have-to’s” via religion, God and modern society. The Serpent God is the liberation from our modern way of life.
1. Men Of Gibeah 2. Serpent God 3. Sons Of Destruction 4. A Letter To The Worthless Chamber 5. The Sun I Never Had 6. Dark Morel 7. The Constractors 8. Radix Malorum 9. Eternal Darkness 10. Blood Aurora
KARMA VIOLENS is:
Marios – Vocals George – Guitars Costas – Guitars Steven – Bass
KARMA VIOLENS was formed in 2002 and made an impact on the Greek metal music scene, a result of its powerful live performances (supporting Judas Priest, Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Fear Factory, to name a few). The release of their first EP “Katara” was chosen as “demo of the month” In UK’s Metal Hammeron May 2007. KARMA VIOLENS deliver with ‘Serpent God‘ an amalgam of black/death metal sound, creating a gloomy and dark atmosphere from the very first second of the intro song.
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