ANGEL NATION Feat. LEAVES' EYES Singer ELINA SIIRALA: 'Burn The Witch' Video
September 17, 2017
The official video for the song "Burn The Witch" from the female-fronted melodic metal band ANGEL NATION can be seen below. The track is taken from the group's new album, "Aeon", which will be released on October 27 in Europe and North America via Inner Wound Recordings.
ANGEL NATION is a melodic metal band founded by the classically trained Finnish singer Elina Siirala who moved to London in 2008 and fell in love with the power of rock and metal.
Their debut album — released in 2014 under the name ENKELINATION — "Tears of Lust", was received with glowing reviews all over the world. Shows at Bloodstock Open Air and Finland followed before Elina joined LEAVES' EYES in 2016 as that band's new vocalist.
"Aeon" continues the musical diversity that Elina likes to express in her songwriting. The unique blend of retro and modern sounds is developed even further with this album. The power of metal and rock combined with Elina's ethereal-yet-strong-and-emotional vocals create the perfect platform for stories of both earthly and otherworldly she likes to create with her lyrics.
The album features a guest appearance by Jukka Pelkonen (OMNIUM GATHERUM) on vocals and the artwork was created by Darkgrove Design (APOCALYPTICA, DELAIN, LEAH).
"Aeon" track listing
01. Burn The Witch 02. Blood Is On Your Hands 03. Breathe Again 04. Wonder Who You Are 05. Farewell 06. Free 07. Enough Is Enough 08. Music Plays 09. Fireflies 10. Destination
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