Italian progressive outfit Kingcrow releases “Drenched” video
Italian prog rock/metal outfit KINGCROW has released an official video for “Drenched,” a track from the band’s epic new album, The Persistence, out now through Sensory Records.
KINGCROW‘s new video for “Drenched” was filmed at the band’s show in Rome at Traffic Live Club on November 24th, 2018, showcasing the band’s grand live delivery of their technical and immersive music.
Stream the hi-res version of KINGCROW‘s epic The Persistence in its entirety HERE, and see the previously-released video for the “Father” single HERE.
The Persistence is available now on CD, 2xLP, and digital formats worldwide via Sensory Records. The vinyl version features three bonus tracks recorded at ProgPower USA have a new mastering by Alan Douches on the D-side. Place physical orders HERE, standard digital orders HERE, and the hi-res digital HERE.
KINGCROW‘s third album for Sensory Records, The Persistence was released in the Summer of 2018, in conjunction with the band’s European tour supporting Pain Of Salvation. The album coalesces the many facets of the band’s approach, merging elements of progressive rock, alternative rock, ambient music, metal, and more, while retaining a signature sound. With each album, the band recedes further from their original path, yet their roots remain intact as they expand; attributes which make KINGCROW one of the most highly-regarded and thrilling bands Italy has to offer, and a mainstay in the prog community.
Recorded at Sound Under Pressure, The Persistence was produced by KINGCROW‘s Diego and Thundra Cafolla, mixed by Giampiero Ulacco, and completed with the photography and design of Devilnax, all the same as the album’s predecessor. The Persistence also features guest vocals from Daniel Gildenlow of Pain Of Salvation. For fans of Steven Wilson, Riverside, and Dream Theater, this is required listening.
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