Balance Breach release new single/video ‘November’

As another harbinger of their forthcoming album, ‘Dead End Diaries’, Balance Breach have released the video for the track November.

“The song November has a nice gloomy atmosphere, which starts right from the intro melody,” vocalist Aleksi Paasonen says.

“As the lyrics deal with pretty dark and serious themes around life and death, it felt right to approach the music video from the same basis.

“Filming the video was really something new and exciting for us this time.

“We also succeed to create a very suitable environment for the band playing parts which made the whole video a solid entirety to watch.

“The storyline has some mysterious scenes and content that people can reflect on the lyrics, and try to interpret what the song is all about.

“So this time we won’t let the audience go so easily!”

According to their label, Out Of Line Music, if you think of monotonously dark black metal when you think of Scandinavia, you will be taught a different lesson by Balance Breach.

“With their debut album, Dead End Diaries, the five newcomers from Finland totally let off steam in metalcore and merrily combine the most diverse influences for an outstanding result.

“Even back in 2019 when the boys won the band contest of the Tuska Open Air in Helsinki, one could only guess what a huge debut would roll onto the scene about a year later.

“Quiet passages with clear guitars and energetic choruses that immediately stay in the listener’s head alternate at breakneck speed and creating a unique and diverse atmosphere that runs through the complete, almost 40-minute long masterpiece.

“Especially the striking combination of spherical and brutal, clean and guttural are reminiscent of other Scandinavian genre talents like Aviana or Awake The Dreamer.

“Nevertheless, Balance Breach create their very own style through their music which especially in the current situation makes you want to dive into exuberant moshpits even more.

The highly individual songs are always spiced up with technical solos and sophisticated breakdowns which makes Dead End Diaries as well as Balance Breach already appear overly experienced and highly developed.”

Stream November here.

Dead End Diaries is out July 3 via Out Of Line Music. A limited CD/merch bundle is only available at the Out Of Line Store

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