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DARK SUNS - New Album Out In June, Releases New Video

German progressive dark/prog experimental metallers Dark Suns, who will release a new, their fifth album entitled Everchild on 3rd June via Prophecy Productions, released a new song and a video clip for the album title track. The fact that they spent their entire label advance to record in renowned Funkhaus Studio in Berlin, Germany, with producer Yensin Jahn (Alice Cooper, Mando Diao) testifies the musicians' conviction of and belief in the quality of their work. Eventually, the prog/art rock institution financed a top-class mix with producer Peter Junge in London via crowdfunding in order to give their new material the final touch.
The Leipzig-based group delves into the realm of sleep with Everchild, searching for eternal childhood - escapism allegorised, one could say, a longing for the past as the allegedly best place to be… yet not merely in a nostalgic way: During their slightly wistful retrospective, which sees the group revisiting thoughts and stylistic elements from Existence (2006), they are rather exploring possibilities to satisfy their lasting hunger for innovation and pursue their ideal by synthesising melancholy with progressive energy.
Evgeny Ring (saxophone) and Govinda Abbott (trumpet) have become full members besides former live-only drummer Dominique "Gaga" Ehlert, whereas original skinsman Niko Knappe focuses solely on singing - a brave step just like Dark Suns' reinterpretation of Tori Amos' "Yes, Anastasia", its message at once summarising the core of what Everchild is about. Listen to "Everchild" and watch the video in the player below. Link