Horror Dance Squad’s “Ego Death” breaths new life into Estonian metal

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Estonia’s most pioneering modern metal band brings a breath of fresh air to this summer heat with their latest release Ego Death. Known for pushing themselves beyond their comfort zone, Horror Dance Squad has proven time and again that they can conquer new territory with ease. And the opening seconds of Ego Death fulfill the promise their fans have come to love and expect from the band: a juicy and unapologetic blend of pop, punk, and metalcore co-written with Sander Sadam and wrapped up in a massive mix by Cody Stewart.

Reflecting the musical direction of Ego Death, the lyrics speak about self-surrender and transformation. Singer Karl Mesipuu explains,

“With this song we are exploring our inner selves and the way we interact with the world around us. We want to reflect on how we are living our lives and how to act with others to make ourselves better.”

Singer Ian Karell adds,

“As I get older and take on new responsibilities in life, I recognise the importance of ensuring my actions are not rooted in selfishness. The ego is essentially selfish, so by killing the ego, or at least giving it a backseat, you are able to confidently pursue a more altruistic life.”

Stream Ego Death on your favourite platform: https://push.fm/fl/hds-ego-death

Horror Dance Squad is one of Estonia’s most talked about metal bands. Blasting stages throughout the Baltics and abroad since 2014, they are not afraid to stir up divisive opinions through their style and influence. Horror Dance Squad’s mission is to deliver a fresh blend of metalcore, punk, and pop with a vibrant and explosive live performance. Theirs is a mission with a message. Far from the typical doom and gloom expected from the genre, Horror Dance Squad aims to spread awareness of today’s most pressing social and existential questions with an infectious positivity.

Horror Dance Squad has had the enormous pleasure of sharing the stage with international heavy hitters such as Siamese, Comeback Kid, Dead By April, Adept, Electric Callboy, We Butter The Bread With Butter, Deez Nuts, August Burns Red and One Morning Left. They also represented Estonia at the 2016 Wacken Open Air Metal Battle. Check them out and follow them on their socials!

Karl Mesipuu – Vocals
Ian Karell – Vocals
Mikk Peetrimägi – Guitar and bass
Indrek Ulp – Guitar
Henri Kuusk – Drums

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