"Black Baccara", the new video from German female-fronted melodic death metallers DEADEND IN VENICE, can be seen below.
DEAEND IN VENICE recently launched a PledgeMusic.com campaign to raise the funds for the recording of its second album. Entitled "A View From Above", the follow-up to 2010's "See You On The Ground" is tentatively due next year. The cover artwork for the CD was designed by Archetype Design.
"A View From Above" track listing:
01. Ides Of May 02. Black Baccara 03. A Glow In The Dark 04. Changing Directions 05. Devolution Of The Crown 06. In Dawnless Days 07. An Alien In Disguise 08. Nothing’s Left In Long-Closed Eyes 09. Ocean Of Regret 10. Call From The North 11. The Overview
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According to a press release, DEAEND IN VENICE's musical style is influenced by the Gothenburg melodic death metal sound as well as modern metalcore bands.
DEADEND IN VENICE is:
Annabell Klein (female vocals)
Christian Litzba (Growls)
Tim Schmidtke (Guitar)
Kevin Klein (Guitar)
Andreas Ackermann (Bass)
Frank Koppe (Drums)
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