Hungarian Metalcore quartet HARMED (FFO: Sworn In, The Ghost Inside, Fit For A King) just dropped a brand new drum playthrough video for their single, ‘Vetus,’ streaming now via Gear Gods.
The group highlights humanity’s twisted complex across its repertoire. In their latest effort, drummer Mihaly Zsakay strips rhythm bare, exposing both the atmosphere and foundation behind ‘Vetus’ — a track off of their debut release ‘From Day One’.
HARMED further states, in relation to the premiere: “’Vetus’ is insipired by our surroundings. It’s about how divided we are, how we look through each other, especially the ones that are in the biggest need of help. Both the audio and video portion for this drum playthrough was recorded in our own practice space/studio by ourselves; we really like keeping the creative process of recording and shooting in our hands.”
‘From Day One’ conglomerates a vivid sensation of loathing, vulnerability, and admiration, congruently to “Vetus;” the collection of five songs is available on all digital retailers as of December 15th, 2017.
Furthermore, HARMED will be touring Europe in the Summer; check out the dates below:
April 2 : Dresden, DE @ Cafe Novatatis
April 6 : Vienna, AT @ Das Bach
April 7 : Grefrath, DE @ Dingens – Das Jugendkulturhaus
April 8 : Fontaine L’évêque, BE @ MCP Apache
April 9 : Lille, FR @ Le Midland
April 13 : Imperia, IT @ Arci Camalli
April 16 : Bratislava, Slovakia @ British Rock Stars
April 20 : Szeged, HU @ GinTonic
– more dates to be announced –
More about the Band,
Who are you when no one is watching? We all have a side to us that no one knows about: an evil twin that lives inside us, a dark passenger so to speak.
HARMED was formed earlier this year in Budapest with the goal of shining light on the evil within us all. Motivated to create dark, heavy, and captivating music, their purpose is to introduce their devastating lyrical narrative that is part realist and part subjective to a wide audience.
After months of hard work, HARMED completed their first album From Day One, which will be available worldwide 12/15 through Famined Records.
Press Release: FAMINED RECORDS
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