EMINENCE To Release 'Minds Apart' EP; 'Obey' Video Available

EMINENCE To Release 'Minds Apart' EP; 'Obey' Video Available

Brazilian metallers EMINENCE have released a music video for the song "Obey". The clip was filmed in Dumbo, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

"Obey" is taken from EMINENCE's upcoming EP, "Minds Apart", which will be released on August 27 via all digital plataforms (Deezer, Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes). The band's first release since the 2013 album "The Stalker", the EP was produced by EMINENCE guitarist Alan Wallace and Tue Madsen (MESHUGGAH, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, SICK OF IT ALL)

"Minds Apart" EP track listing:

01. Obey
02. Minds Apart
03. Face It
04. Digi-Illusion

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The EP artwork was created by Greek artist Viktor Koen and can be seen below.

Wallace is also involved with THE UNABOMBER FILES, the Brazilian extreme metal project featuring SEPULTURA bassist Paul Xisto Pinto Jr. alongside THE MIST singer Vladimir Korg and EMINENCE drummer André Márcio.

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