STORMENTAL: 'Rising' Video Posted Online

Brazilian "raw prog-metal" act STORMENTAL has posted a video for the song "Rising" on its official web site. The clip features live footage from the band's latest European tour. Check it out at

STORMENTAL recently released its self-titled debut independently. The album is described by the group as "an eight-track CD that shows all the technique and musicianship this four-piece band can bring."

Commented singer/producer Alexei Leão: "We wanted to make something very straight and raw. These days most of the metal bands try to add lots of effect, overdubs, choirs and symphonic influences. All we tried to do was to deliver the most simple and honest sound possible, so what you get from the record is the exact same thing you are going to get when seeing the band live!"


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