Italian orchestral-death metal giants Fleshgod Apocalypse reveal a very special gem for their fans today: The band recorded a stunning video with their interpretation of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart‘s ‘Lacrimosa‘, taken from his masterpiece “Requiem In D Minor”.
Dive yourself into the world of the tearful and check out the video here:

The band states,
“Even if the whole world is in lockdown, we still feel the need to stay connected with our fans all around the world. That’s why from now on we’ll be constantly releasing new playthrough videos, for all instruments. The first one is an excerpt from the magnificent “Requiem In D Minor” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, performed by Veronica Bordacchini and Francesco Ferrini.”


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“Healing Through War” Official live video:
“Worship And Forget” Official visuliser:
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Italian for ‘venom’, Veleno marks Fleshgod Apocalypse‘s first record in 3 years, since the release of their critically acclaimed record King (2016). The ‘metal part’ of Veleno was recorded in Rome, Italy at Bloom Recording Studio and Kick Studio with long-standing collaborator Marco Mastrobuono, while the ‘orchestral part’ – the ensembles – were tracked at Musica Teclas Studio in Perugia. Fleshgod Apocalypse then took the effort over to Grammy-nominated Jacob Hansen (VolbeatThe Black Dahlia MurderEpica) at Hansen Studios in Denmark for mixing and mastering.

The entire production of Veleno took, according to Paoli, about three months. Artwork for the album was created by Travis Smith.
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