RENTAP: 'Insane' Video Released

RENTAP: 'Insane' Video Released

"Insane", the first video from RENTAP, the new Dutch band featuring former members of PESTILENCE, THE DEVIL'S BLOOD, EXIVIOUS, THE NEW DOMINION, BANDITO and CATOGRAPHER, can be seen below.

RENTAP brings a surprising mix of catchy rock and gut-wrenching metal riffs, fronted by the stunning Phi Nix on vocals. The group's EP, "Summoning The Sun", which features a guest solo by Bart Hennephof from TEXTURES, takes you from anthem-like choruses to relaxing bridge-sections back to bluesy rockriffs, while Phi Nix's lyrics are philosophical and straight from the heart.

RENTAP has played their try-out shows through September, and has been received well by audiences and critics alike. The band has since begun booking a release tour and will be coming to a venue near you soon.


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