Beyond Grace Release New Video; Donates All Album Profits To Local Food Banks
Nottingham’s independant death metal band Beyond Grace have released the new video for their latest single “Barmecide Feast” which released July 1st and can be purchased from their Bandcamp page. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to local food banks.
When asked about the meaning behind the track, the band stated:
“In The Arabian Nights there’s a story where a beggar is taken in by a rich man and served an imaginary meal and, after playing along with the illusion, is ultimately rewarded with a life of luxury and opulence.
Of course, in the real world, this isn’t what happens. We wait and we wait, but nothing changes. We’re just told to do more with less, to keep our mouths shut, even as those upstream do their best to dam the river so that all that reaches us is the merest trickle of the wealth they’ve hoarded.”
“Barmecide Feast” marks the beginning of a new era for Beyond Grace. In their own words, it is darker, heavier, and angrier than ever, it offers a taste of what to expect from their upcoming second album, “Our Kingdom Undone”, aided and abetted by some suitably guttural guest vocals by Matt Moss (Slugdge) and a fittingly massive production job courtesy of Charles Elliott (Abysmal Dawn).
The video can be streamed AT THIS LOCATION.
“Barmecide Feast” can be purchased AT THIS LOCATION.
Mixed and mastered by Charles Elliott of Abysmal Dawn – who also appeared on the band’s first ever single, “Acolytes” – the band hope to release the album in mid-2019 and are currently shopping around for a potential label home.
The record’s release will be preceded by the issuing of the brand-new single and video for “Barmecide Feast”, featuring guest vocals by Matt Moss of Slugdge, with all profits from the release going to local food banks, and followed up with a two-week UK/EU tour.
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