Thursday, July 9, 2015

LEPROUS - Launch lyric-video for album track "Slave"

After having performed last weekend at Metropolis Fest in Belarus with Dream Theater, Norwegian Prog metallers LEPROUS continue to promote their newest studio album "The Congregation", which was recently released worldwide via InsideOutMusic.

Today, LEPROUS are pleased to launch the lyric video for the album track "Slave". 
The clip was created by Costin Chioreanu of Twilight 13 Media.

Check out the lyric video for "Slave" here:  

LEPROUS' Einar Solberg checked in with the following comment about the track: 
"I would say that Slave is one of the most emotional tracks of the album.
The foundation is simple, but the content is rich".

 LEPROUS previously launched a video clip directed by David Solbjørg and Kjetil Kolbjørnsrud of Twitchy Films for the album's opening track "The Price", which can be seen here  

Also, check out the track "Rewind" here:  

"The Congregation" entered the official national sales charts in several European countries upon release, as follows: Germany # 78, The Netherlands # 66, Belgium (Flemish) # 167 and Finland # 39.

Here is the track-listing for the 65 minutes long album release:

LEPROUS - "The Congregation"
1. The Price (5:14)
2. Third Law (6:18)
3. Rewind (7:07)
4. The Flood (7:51)
5. Triumphant (4:25)
6. Within My Fence (3:16)
7. Red (6:35)
8. Slave (6:37)
9. Moon (7:13)
10. Down (6:26)
11. Lower (4:34)

For North American CD and shirt-bundle orders, please see here:  

LEPROUS have recorded the drums, guitars and bass for the album in Sweden's Fascination Street / Ghostward Studios with David Castillo (Katatonia, Opeth) and the vocals together with Heidi Solberg Tveitan & Vegard Tveitan at Mnemosyne Studios in Norway. Just like the preceding albums "Bilateral" and "Coal", "The Congregation" was mixed by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios (Opeth, Symphony X, Kreator). The album's artwork was created by Nihil /

A comprehensive making-of studio video for "The Congregation" can be now seen here:  

LEPROUS online:

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