Dew-Scented release video for ‘Ruptured Perpetually’

By on 16 September 2015

German/Dutch thrash/death metallers Dew-Scented have released a video for the track ‘Ruptured Perpetually’, taken from their album ‘Intermination’ which was released early summer and is available now on Metal Blade. The video was produced and directed by Philipp Hirsch who has also worked with Heaven Shall Burn and Triptykon.

The band have also announced the release of ‘Immersed’, a split 7” with Spanish thrashers Angelus Apatrida who will also join them on the upcoming “Thrash Mercenaries” tour through Europe. The 7” features two songs of each band and is limited to 500 copies in three versions (black/orange/dark magenta marbled). ‘Immersed’ can be pre-ordered here.  The Dew-Scented tracks will also be available as a digital single as of October 16 in iTunes and this too can be pre-ordered.

Dew-Scented’s Lief Jensen said “we love vinyl and it’s great to see a next limited Split-EP coming to life! We partnered with our buddies Angelus Apatrida on this one in the light of the upcoming European tour we are doing together next month. The D-S side, which is titled “Immersed”, features a Vio-lence cover as well as a re-recording of “New Found Pain” (Originally on 2003’s “Impact” album!), both recorded during the “Intermination” sessions and still unreleased.”

Marvin Vriesde added “’World In A World’ was one of my all-time favourite Bay-area thrash songs. Vio-lence was a highly underrated band IMHO (much like Forbidden, I might add…) and I always wanted to play that track one day. So when we were throwing around ideas for bonus tracks, it was immediately my number one pick!”

Speaking about the video, Vriesde stated fFor the video for ‘Ruptured Perpetually’, we reached out to Philipp from Film-M. Philipp also directed our first video, ten years ago, for the song ‘Turn To Ash’. During the shoot I painfully remembered how Philip makes you push the envelope with the performance for the video. It was a long day of shredding and headbanging, but judging by the endresult, it was definitely worth it! In short, the song is about someone who devotes his life to religion and finds out right before the end, that there is no afterlife. It just ends. I love how the video captures the dark atmosphere of the lyrical and musical concept. The devotion towards the light in a world filled with darkness. The riffs in the song symbolize religion. They all are variations based on the main riff in the song. Constantly shifting in perspective and posing a constant threat, building up to a climax and all returning to the uniform beginning at the end. The alpha and the omega, ending in silence. Nothingness.”

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