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ACROSS THE SWARM: new lyric video

ENGLISH VERSION (italian version below)
Italian death metallers ACROSS THE SWARM share a bass video playthrough for the song “Own Life” from the new Projections album released last September 4th via Time To Kill Records.

The playthrough video is now available here !
 
The album was produced by Simone Mularoni and Simone Bertozzi at Domination Studios (Rhapsody, Labyrinth, Gory Blister) and mixed by Steve Wright (Dying Fetus, Misery Index). All songs feature Raphael Saini (Iced Earth, Cripple Bastards) on drums.
 
Formed in 2013, ACROSS THE SWARM‘s exhilarating brand of death metal and charged live shows have quickly earned them a reputation as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Italian metal scene.
The group’s complex and dynamic sound along with their resonating live performances helped the band quickly rise to prominence. Following the release of their self-titled EP in December 2013, they took to the road sharing the stage with acts such as Fleshgod Apocalypse, The Modern Age Slavery, Electrocution, Hideous Divinity and Hate.
In 2016 the band released the “Waiting for the Hyenas” single to considerable acclaim. It wasn’t long before they caught the eye of Time To Kill Records who welcomed them to their roster. The band’s new album“Projections” was released on 4th September 2020. Its diverse sound defies categorization while delivering a blend of aggressive attitude, emotive expression and modern flair, garnering a range of stylistic comparisons from classics like Suffocation to modern heavy hitters such as Despised Icon and Decapitated.

Orders:
https://timetokillrecords.bigcartel.com/products
https://acrosstheswarm-ttk.bandcamp.com/album/projections
 
Band:
https://www.facebook.com/acrosstheswarm
https://www.instagram.com/acrosstheswarm/
Time To Kill Records
https://www.facebook.com/timetokillrecords/
https://www.instagram.com/timetokillrecords/
http://www.timetokill-records.com/

VERSIONE ITALIANA
I death metaller italiani ACROSS THE SWARM pubblicano un playthrough video di basso per la canzone “Own Life” contenuta nel loro nuovo album Projections uscito lo scorso 4 settembre su Time To Kill Records.

Il video è visibile qui!

“Projections” è stato prodotto da Simone Mularoni e da Simone Bertozzi presso i Domination Studios (Rhapsody, Labyrinth, Gory Blister), mentre il mixaggio è stato affidato allo statunitense Steve Wright (Dying Fetus, Misery Index). Tutti i brani vedono il contributo di Raphael Saini (Iced Earth, Cripple Bastards) alla batteria.
 
Attivi dal 2013, gli ACROSS THE SWARM si sono fatti largo nel panorama underground italiano con la loro dinamica proposta di matrice death metal e con una lunga serie di concerti.
Un sound compatto e al contempo ricco di influenze, così come delle prove live di alto livello, hanno contraddistinto il gruppo sin dalla pubblicazione dell’omonimo EP del 2013. Da allora la band ha calcato e condiviso il palco con realtà del calibro di Fleshgod Apocalypse, The Modern Age Slavery, Electrocution, Hideous Divinity e Hate.
Nel 2016 gli ACROSS THE SWARM hanno rilasciato il singolo “Waiting for the Hyenas”. L’ottimo responso generato dal brano ha destato l’interesse della Time To Kill Records, la quale ha recentemente accolto il gruppo nella propria scuderia. Il nuovo album “Projections” è uscito il 4 settembre 2020. Il contenuto musicale dell’opera rifugge le facili catalogazioni e si fa notare per la sua natura aggressiva abbinata ad una spiccata emotività e ad atmosfere moderne, per un risultato che può ricordare sia classici come i Suffocation, sia gruppi più recenti come Despised Icon e Decapitated.

Ordina qui:
https://timetokillrecords.bigcartel.com/products
https://acrosstheswarm-ttk.bandcamp.com/album/projections
 
Band:
https://www.facebook.com/acrosstheswarm
https://www.instagram.com/acrosstheswarm/
Time To Kill Records
https://www.facebook.com/timetokillrecords/
https://www.instagram.com/timetokillrecords/
http://www.timetokill-records.com/

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