CALIBAN - Releases Visualizer Video For “Nichts Ist Für Immer”

German Metalcore vets CALIBAN have just released a new visualizer clip for their song “Nichts ist für immer” today. The track is off the band’s latest full-length, Zeitgeister, which came out this past Friday via Century Media Records. Watch the stunning artwork of Zeitgeister come to life in the visualizer below!

CALIBAN vocalist Andreas Dörner states, “A slightly softer track, the original is called “All I Gave” and was released on “Say Hello To Tragedy”. It’s a song about disappointed love and the end of an illusion. - We will be ourselves in the ones we love. Who am I when your love was just a lie.”

With fans hungry for the Essen-borne quintet to record an album exclusively in German, the band simply said: “Why not?” and Zeitgeister was born. 11 genre-defining LPs deep into their career, the band’s vision for the album came naturally – a career retrospective and deep-dive into CALIBAN favorites that haven’t had a live airing in some time. Together with the help of long-running producer Benjamin Richter (Moonspell, Emil Bulls), CALIBAN hand-picked seven tracks to bring new life to:

"Trauma" (feat. Matthi from Nasty, originally "Arena Of Concealment") 
"Herz" (originally "I Will Never Let You Down") 
"Ausbruch nach Innen" (originally "Tyranny Of Small Misery") 
"Feuer, zieh' mit mir" (originally "Between The Worlds") 
"Nichts ist für immer" (originally "All I Gave") 
"Intoleranz" (originally "Intolerance") 
"Mein Inferno" (originally "My Little Secret") 
"Zeitgeister" also boasts a new track, "nICHts"

Formed in 1997, CALIBAN’s legacy has been a tireless one, touring the globe and sharing stages with the likes of Kreator, Killswitch Engage and Dark Tranquillity. Zeitgeister was a welcome homecoming.