SINSAENUM Feat. Ex-SLIPKNOT Drummer, DRAGONFORCE Bassist: Lyric Video For 'Dead Souls (Frederic Duquesne Remix)'
October 27, 2017
Two weeks prior to the release of SINSAENUM's brand new EP, "Ashes", the lyric video for a very special remix of the band's debut album classic "Dead Souls" has been premiered.
Renowned French producer and musician Frederic Duquesne (MASS HYSTERIA, guitar) remixed the powerful tune, giving it a new touch.
The lyric video can be seen below.
Says SINSAENUM's Frédéric Leclercq: "'Dead Souls' was on the list of songs we originally wanted to do a video for. Turns out we chose 'Army Of Chaos' and 'Splendour And Agony' from our debut instead but we knew that song had a strong potential.
"When we worked on the conception of 'Ashes' the EP, we were thinking in threes. We had three new songs, we wanted to re-release the Japanese bonuses for the rest of the world, so we decided to add another song from 'Echoes…' but to spice things up a bit, Stephane and I recorded new solos and asked our good friend Frederic Duquesne to remix the song. He did a fantastic job!"
"Dead Souls (Frederic Duquesne Remix)" is available as download and streaming now.
The original version of the song can be found on SINSAENUM's critically acclaimed debut album, "Echoes Of The Tortured", which has been nominated as "Best Debut" by Metal Hammer Germany and that has been praised worldwide as one of the freshest and finest approaches to death metal.
The brand new EP "Ashes" by Frédéric Leclercq and Joey Jordison's extreme death metal project is going to be released on November 10 on earMUSIC and contains over thirty minutes of mind-blowing music.
"Ashes" track listing:
01. Ashes 02. Monarch Of Death 03. 2099 (Heretics) 04. Degeneration * 05. King Of The Desperate Lands * 06. Dead Souls **
* Previously Japanese bonus only ** Frédéric Duquesne remix
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