EDENBRIDGE have released a new music video!
The new music video, for the track The Road To Shangri-La, is taken from the Austrian symphonic metal band’s upcoming new album, Shangri-La, which is scheduled to be released in August this year, via AFM Records.
Speaking about the new song, vocalist Sabine Edelsbacher says, “destruction and separation, or healing and conjointness. The compass shows the confusion, but the closely guarded mysteries in the treasure chest can be found by everybody any time. It is our decision.”
Watch the official music video for The Road To Shangri-La here:
The upcoming album was recorded at the Farpoint Station Studio, mixed by Karl Groom and was produced by guitarist Lanvall himself. “Instead of going on a European tour in spring 2020, it was a matter of flipping on our creative switch and channelling those intense energies into a transformative song writing process for the new album.”
The cover art was created by United Arab Emirates artist, Muhammad K. Nazia, and features a pictorial representation of Shangri-La embodied as a synonym for paradise. Sabine says, “for me, Shangri-La is a wellspring of wisdom, a deeply secluded spiritual centre and a realm of retreat that casts a magical allure over we humans. And there is a reason why it is so meaningfully said: ‘You do not enter paradise with your feet, but with your heart’.”
Alongside the release of the new music video, you can view both the track list and artwork for the upcoming new album below:
1. At First Light
2. The Call Of Eden
3. Hall Of Shame
4. Savage Land – feat. NDR RADIO ORCHESTRA flutist Daniel Tomann-Eickhoff
5. Somewhere Else But Here
6. Freedom Is A Roof Made Of Stars
7. Arcadia (The Great Escape)
8. The Road To Shangri-La
9. The Bonding (Part 2) – feat. Erik Martensson [ECLIPSE, W.E.T.]
Shangri-La is set for release on August 26th via AFM Records. Pre-orders are available now and can be purchased here.
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