Saturday, 3 March 2018

CALIBAN Release Video 'Before Later Becomes Never' feat. CJ McMahon of Thy Art Is Murder

CALIBAN are pleased to announce the release of their second video 'Before Later Becomes Never' from their upcoming album “Elements”.

The video, which was also produced by Iconographic, is available to watch here:

The song features some guest vocals from CJ McMahon from Thy Art Is Murder. The band have this to say about their new single: “Here you go! Get ready for our new single off "Elements" - 'When Later Becomes Never'! It's a blast! Also, enjoy the vocals from our good friend CJ McMahon of the mighty Thy Art Is Murder. Click the link and get those horns up!”

You can also watch the previously released video for 'Intoxicated' here:

Several bundle options and preorders of “Elements” are already up: 

Talking about the album cover, the band say: 
“We used the elements Earth, Air, Fire, and Water as symbols for realization, ideas, power, and emotion,” guitarist Marc Görtz explains. “These symbols inspire us to continue to do what we love the most, which is to create, evolve, and be inspired by our music. And these elements directly correspond to the cover art, which was done by Marcel Gadacz (Dream On, Dreamer). He did the art for ‘Gravity’, so we’re happy to have him back.”

For “Elements”, CALIBAN brought back long-time collaborator—going all the way back to 2007’s “The Awakening”—and studio wizard Benny Richter to co-produce with Görtz at his Nemesis Studios. CALIBAN also hired on Germany-based Andy Posdziech (Any Given Day) and buddy Sebastian ‘Sushi’ Biesler, as well as Australia-based Callan Orr (Dream On, Dreamer) to assist in the recording process. “Elements” was mixed by Görtz and mastered by Olman Viper, whose repertoire includes previous CALIBAN albums “I Am Nemesis” (2012), “Ghost Empire” (2014), “Gravity” (2016).

“The production on Elements was pretty different,” says Görtz. “The instrumental side of the production was produced by me, Andy, and Callan. Then, Benny and myself worked on fine-tuning the music. The vocals, however, were produced by Benny, with Sushi acting as a vocal coach. We wanted Benny to focus on the vocals and the vocal production. Getting them right was very important to us.”

The band is playing two exclusive and intimate release shows for the release of “Elements”:
05.04.18 (DE) Berlin - Musik & Frieden
06.04.18 (DE) Cologne - Luxor

The following festivals have also been confirmed:
03.03.18 (AT) Judenburg - Rise Up Festival
01. - 03.06.18 (DE) Nürburg - Rock Am Ring
01. - 03.06.18 (DE) Nuremberg - Rock Im Park
14. - 16.06.18 (DE) Ferropolis - With Full Force
03. - 05.08.18 (RU) Krasnodar - Taman Festival
16. - 18.08.18 (DE) Dinkelsbühl - Summer Breeze

Andreas Dörner - Vocals
Denis Schmidt - Guitar
Marc Görtz - Guitar
Marco Schaller - Bass
Patrick Grün - Drums

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