"Give Up The Rest", the new video from French metallers KLONE, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's latest album, "Black Days", which was released on April 19 in France and May 17 in the rest of Europe and Australia via Season of Mist.
The track listing is as follows:
01. Rite Of Passage 02. Spiral Down 03. Give Up The Rest 04. Hollow Way 05. Immaculate Desire 06. Closed Season (Interlude)
07. The Spell Is Cast 08. Danse Macabre 09. Rain Bird 10. Behold The Silence 11. Army Of Me (BJÖRK cover)
KLONE's debut album, "All Seeing Eye", was released in February 2008 via Season of Mist. The CD was produced by Sylvain Biguet and was mastered by Jean-Pierre Bouquet (GOJIRA, WATCHA, LOFOFORA).
According to a press release, KLONE's roots "are to be found in metal, heavy rock, stoner, grunge, pop and psychedelic music, which creates a very own blend, using uncommon instruments like harp, saxophone, Chinese flute and also electro. Having received raving press in their home country and taking part in the New Wave of French Extreme Metal led by GOJIRA, KLONE are now being introduced to the world!"
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