ETERNITY'S END have released a playthrough video for "Necromantic Worship"
ETERNITY'S END have released a playthrough video for "Necromantic Worship", a total shred fest featuring the twin guitar attack of Christian Muenzner (Obscura/Paradox) & Phil Tougas (First Fragment/Funebrarum). It can be viewed here:
Phil comments, "This is "Necromantic Worship" by Eternity's End. This song has tons of Jason Becker/Marty Friedman/Cacophony vibes, through a filter of 90s European Power Metal, US technical Thrash & Apocrypha/Helstar influences - just modernized. Hannes Grossmann, whom is also the band's drummer, remixed the song for this video specifically. Each song off Unyielding (the album we released last year) all sound different from one another but this one is definitely the least Euro-power sounding song of it."
Unyielding is the 2nd album from Eternity's End and incorporates the same neoclassical elements and complex keyboard work already present on their debut release, The Fire Within, all while taking cues from the mid to late 90’s German/European Power Metal classics and the 80s US Power Metal scene. Their intent was to create riff-oriented and straight-forward, technical yet catchy power metal hymns with a high emphasis on harmonized leads and guitar solo duels that bring to mind the golden age of Shrapnel Records guitar heroes.
The band's lineup includes vocalist Iuri Sanson (ex-Hibria), keyboardist Jimmy Pitts (Infinite Visions/NorthTale) and drummer Hannes Grossman (Alkaloid/Triptykon). They are currently writing material for their 3rd album.