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Korzus release video for "You Can’t Stop Me" with Christian Cavalera

Korzus proposes a reflection about the effects of bullying on the new single new single "You Can’t Stop Me".


The song brings to the viewer a debate and had a cinematographic video clip produced by the renowned director Leo Liberti.


In such an atypical moment caused by social isolation, the legendary Thrash metal band from São Paulo, Korzus has just made available to its fans a new single and a cinematographic video clip. The petard entitled “You Can’t Stop Me” causes chills in the listener and carries a strong message about human conduct. The concept of the video clip was developed together with the renowned director Leo Liberti, who signs several international projects.





The band, which has iconic albums in its discography, such as "Mass Illusion", "Ties of Blood" and "Discipline of Hate", is one of the biggest names in Brazilian metal and participated in the great festivals in the country, with memorable performances in the legendary "Monsters of Rock" and "Rock in Rio", besides having performed shows all over Europe and the United States in almost four decades of services provided to the world

metal.


The single presents the powerful sound that marked the trajectory of success and suitability of the group. The track is a composition by the vocalist Marcello Pompeu and

the drummer Rodrigo Oliveira (armored dawn).

The guitarist Heros Trench structured and recorded the guitars at Mr. Som Studio. Drums and bass were recorded at Dharma Studios, while Antônio Araújo recorded his parts in his home studio. Mixing and finishing were done at Mr. Som and Dharma Studios.


The video clip was directed, created, and produced by Leo Liberti, from Libertà Filmes. The professional has worked on video clips of world-renowned brands, such as Megadeth, Dee Snider, Europe, Nazareth, Angra, among others. “Metal has its own language and a very objective origin. It's a kind of directed hate used to find your inner warrior, hate used to find love. However, people use hate for hate, as an escape valve, they have no tolerance, patience, or kindness. This energy must be directed and it's necessary to show that what goes around, comes back around.”, comments the director.

The work was based on Oroboros, a mystical symbol represented by a snake or a dragon that bites its own tail. One of the main interpretations is that the serpent represents the infernal world, while the circle means the celestial. The cyclical karma of the message is that what you do, you receive, whether good or bad and is represented in the video clip scenes. The main thing is that when you change a life for the better, you are also changing yours.


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