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ECHELON - New Song Available As Unique Video Clip

In the past few weeks there was a lot of talk about Austrian black metal philosophers Echelon. Now the band presented the track "Tod und Teufel" in another unique clip on YouTube. Song is taken from upcoming debut album Vivito! Creato! Moritor!, set for release in Spring 2014 via Gravity Entertainment from Switzerland. Listen to "Tod und Teufel" below. And... Echelon wouldn't be Echelon if they wouldn't add some philosophical matter in describing what they do:
When thinking of "Black Metal", you automatically imagine frostbitten forests and dark ruins. Inverted crosses as well as blood-drenched pentagrams. You bethink the black and white corpse paint and spike bracelets. If you think of galleries, you mostly think of conservative art and paintings.
You think of arrogance and color-drenched canvas. There are concentrated expressions and pretension.
But what if both comes together?
What if Black Metal enters the theatrical stage and what if art dives into the dark world of Black Metal?
What if the colors of a painting culminate in manic music?
What if the spikes turn into thoughts and the black and white turns into layers of color?
What if dust turns to fertile soil and conservative behavior turns to Avantgarde?
What if inverted crosses turn to artists and blood-drenched pentagrams turn to thoughtful philosophers?
What if arrogance turns into reflexion and pretension turns to authenticity?
What if forests turn to sounds and ruins turn into rhythms?
What if a clichee overcomes itself and another one also turns?
Then, and then only, we understand the concept of Echelon, a band between Mosh-Pit and gallery. Link