Voraath (Xael, Etc.) Premiere New Single & Video

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Voraath (Xael, Rapheumets Well, Etc.) Premiere New Single & Music Video “Judas Blood and Vultures” From Upcoming Debut Album

Band Photo: Rapheumets Well (?)

North Carolina experimental death metal band Voraath (Xael, Rapheumets Well, etc.) premiere a new single and music video by the name of “Judas Blood and Vultures”, taken from their upcoming debut album, which will be out in stores next year via Exitus Stratagem Records.

Check out “Judas Blood and Vultures” streaming via YouTube and Spotify for you now below.

Explain Voraath:

“The story of “Judas Blood and Vultures” takes place in the year 2193 – Mission: 3116 The Red Village incident: The Valewalkers are contacted by an old friend, Tobias to investigate a series of strange disappearances in a neighboring village. It is believed that a vile creature from beyond the Nexus Rift, known by the locals as Lumia is responsible for the missing villagers, among them, Tobias’ new bride and infant child. As the hunters and their forlorn guide begin their pursuit of the creature and its cultist minions, they soon discover that not all is as it seems in the ruins of the red village.”

“We are excited to kick off our official series of music videos that encapsulate the lore of the music. We want to integrate many visual elements, from action to horror to science fantasy; this song highlights the pace of the album. The title of the song, ‘Judas Blood and Vultures‘ is a story of betrayal told through the lens of an action-horror. We want the audience to feel as if they are watching a first-person video game, blending our style of metal with our enthusiasm for 80’s sci-fi/horror and video games.

Adds Voraath band founder and drummer Joshua Nassaru Ward:

“We are excited to be working with Exitus Stratagem Records in bringing to life our musical vision. We are aiming to bring more than just metal but an entire experience, an auditory odyssey while still keeping our roots in blackened symphonic death metal.”

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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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