Finnish melodic metallers DEAD END FINLAND have released a new single Beyond The Distance. The track is released again in collaboration with Inverse Records and it is included on an upcoming EP which is released in late 2021.
Guitarist & Bass player Santtu Rosén comment: ” “Beyond The Distance” is the second single from our upcoming release. It will be released in the spring ravaged by the corona on April 15, 2021. Where our previous album dealt more objectively with the state of the whole nation and the prevailing world situation, the theme of our new album is clearly more personal. The song to be published tells the story of how one is forced to first touch the bottom to be able to strive towards the surface. A kind of power song, if you will.”
Finnish melodic metal band DEAD END FINLAND released a new single Wounded & Bleeding. The track is released again in collaboration with Inverse Records and it is included on an upcoming EP which is released in late 2021.
Guitarist & Bass player Santtu Rosén comment: “Inter Vivos album, released in the beginning of the year, was supposed to be our only release in 2020. However, after Korona’s mixed schedules, we decided to go to the studio and take the most of it. The song was completed during the summer and we decided to release a new single to bring joy to our listeners. We found something new and fresh again and have to say we are very happy with the result”.
Finnish melodic metallers DEAD END FINLAND have released a new single “Deathbed” from their forthcoming album. Their fourth full-length album “Inter Vivos” will finally see the daylight on January 24th 2020 and will be published via Inverse Records.
The album will feature a variety of songs from the melodic metal genre. “Deathbed” is the opening track of the album and it represents the more aggressive and industrial side, but also introduces the versatile melodies of the band.
“Deathbed was one of the latest tracks we recorded to this album. It´s a sinister story about a man´s last moments on his deathbed. The song offers many different emotional paths that are like a metaphor for human life.”