Rise unveiled new official music video for “About war”

11/07/2015 at 8:30 am (Uncategorized)

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This is about Rise… This is about musical hybridation. This is about a French entity mixing in the same original and “romantic” way : post-metal, indie-pop & alternative black-metal. A musical project including a real visual ambition with graphic design, art-works and music videos in order to share a personal vision of romantism.
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A few weeks after unveiling an animated music video for the song “About duality” and then an audio single with “About ‘friends'”Rise just unveiled a new music video for a brand new song called “About war” as a last excerpt of its long-awaited upcoming debut full-length album. These three tracks will feature on ‘Resilience’, produced by Jochem Jacobs (ex-Textures) and to be released digitally on December 8th through the main legal platforms. A physical release will follow in 2016.
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Have a look on the “About War” music video on YouTube and/or Vimeo.
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 … For the record…
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Natural evolution of the Andick solo project in 2009, RISE took its firststep during the spring of 2010. Affected by the artistic approach of Aymeric Goutal, it was in a spontaneous way that bassist Julien Bouladoux (also involved with alternative/hardcore/punk band The Prestige), then drummer Tadzio Gottberg decided to ally to his cause. In october 2015, Rise became a four-piece band with the arrival of Kory as fourth official member.
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Borrowing its influences from the broadest musical horizon possible, RISE seeks above all to convey emotions. The power of Rock, the heaviness of Metal and the Classical drama are combined,  thus giving birth to a rich and astonishing mixture. The topics approached, halfway between hope and melancholy, are primarily based on the concept of Resilience, dear to the project’s originator. Experiments share, transmission of emotions and vibrations in unison constitute a faithful triptych to RISE.
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For fans of Deftones, Deafheaven, Devin Townsend…
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Rise resilience
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