have become known for breaking the mold of stereotypical genres and have once again released a boundary breaking song and lyric video. As a follow up to their latest release, Butterflies on Fire
, which was tracked by Tommy Vetterli (CORONER
), the band has released the lyric video for their new single “Mistakes”,
check it out HERE
. The new track was recorded at Black Mirror Studios and was mixed by Luigi del Missier and mastered by Ted Jensen (LINKIN PARK, 30 SECONDS TO MARS, PARAMORE
).The direction and attitude of the band can certainly be heard in this latest release. The band has put it best themselves:
Finally we’re ready to share with you our latest work: “Mistakes”.
We worked really hard on this song that we produced ourselves and without any label support. We started as a more traditional folk metal band but we evolved, this is a fact; we think that a band is not defined by its genre but from its sound and we will keep on experimenting new ways to express ourselves. We never wanted any bounds and we never will. This is what we are.
Italian metallers KRAMPUS have released a brand new music video for the song Butterflies on Fire. The track was recorded in Switzerland with Tommy Vetterli (CORONER) in early 2014. Check it out below.
Singer Filippo Gianotti comments:
“We decided to team up with the talented illustrator Matteo “Falsoglabro” Fachini to create something original for our second single. Andrea Guarascio took care of the Post Production and direction. Both are great artists and great friends and helped us to visually represent the lyrics on BoF. Stay tuned!”
– Fear the Krampus, Cartoon style -
Butterflies on Fire:
According to TAATM Press, Folk Metal mavericks KRAMPUS are following up the release of their groundbreaking and controversial new track “Paralysis” with yet another free song, “Butterflies on Fire”. This is the second track the band recorded and produced with TOMMY VETTERLI (Eluveitie, Coroner) in August 2013, and again features ELUVEITIE’s Merlin Sutter on drums. The track shows yet another facet of the band’s unique approach to mixing modern metal with traditional folk instrumentation and is premiering through the following sites:
“Butterflies on Fire” is available both as a free stream and a free download. Its availability will be expanded in the coming weeks and fans are encouraged to share the track wherever and in whatever fashion they choose.