According to TAATM Press, The Italian Folk Metal prodigies KRAMPUS have just released the much anticipated video for their new track “Paralysis”. The song is one of two new hits produced with Tommy Vetterli (ELUVEITIE, CORONER) last Summer and features ELUVEITIE colleagues Merlin Sutter on drums and Chrigel Glanzmann with a guest appearance on the Uillean pipes. The video was produced again by fellow Italians 4Frame Factory, who the band worked with for their previous single already. Shooting took place at the coast of the Adriatic Sea, under rather strenuous conditions. Mastermind Filippo “Fil” Gianotti comments:
“We teamed up again with 4Frame since our first collaboration was great, and we had a blast shooting the video with them and all those guests and friends. It’s been some hard days fighting really rough weather, but we did it! This video required a large amount of extras and support, but we are lucky to be surrounded by many friends and great people that helped us realize our vision. Andrea Guarascio once again did a great job combining our music with some visual art, and thanks to his new and improved equipment we managed to achieve fantastic results.”
According to Team All About The Music, Italy’s folk metal heroes KRAMPUS have posted a video interview with lead singer Filippo Gianotti. Fil answers some of the questions fans have sent in since the release of KRAMPUS’ new single “Paralysis”, which has received broad reactions and caused quite a bit of controversy among fans of both the band and the genre. Also included is a sneak peek of KRAMPUS’ upcoming second new song, which will again be free to download and share for everyone. The band comments:
“You ask, we answer! Here’s a video interview with Fil, replying to some of the questions you’ve asked since the release of our new track “Paralysis”. Better still – enjoy a sneak peek of our next free song “Butterflies On Fire” at the end!”
KRAMPUS released a new track back in September. The song, along with almost a full album’s worth of material, was written mere months after the release of the band’s first full length album in 2012. Produced by Tommy Vetterli (Eluveitie, Coroner), “Paralysis” breaks with the band’s musical past as well as genre conventions, while taking the combination of authentic folk instrumentation with modern metal a bold step further.
Listen to and download ‘Paralysis’ for free here: http://snd.sc/1g8Vmu3