DEATHBRINGER - Release New Single Video "A Place To Exist"

Progressive Death Metal pioneers Deathbringer have unveiled their latest single 'A Place To Exist', taken from their upcoming album IT, due for release on 15th July via Unique Leader Records.

Watch the music video to 'A Place To Exist' below!

On the new track, guitarist and songwriter Artyom Serdyuk states: "We are very excited to present our next single to you, 'A Place To Exist'. The main character of the song is a misanthrope who is disappointed in life, faith and everything that surrounds him. He is witnessing the devourment of our reality by a certain dark entity which in his eyes becomes his redeemer and gives him a new hope. He welcomes this abyss becoming a preacher of the new life which he believes is going to come after the destruction of our world.

"Musically this track is a transition between our debut album and our new creation, melodiousness and brutality merge together; there is enough technicality, time signatures and tempo changes, growls and scream vocals. Outro solo is performed by one of our special guests on the album – Mariusz “Thrufel” Domaradzki (Masachist, ex-Yattering, ex-Azarath)."

On the video, Artyom continues: Just like with our previous single 'Inevitability' the video for this one was directed by iconic studio Grupa 13 from Poland, which is known for their work with Behemoth, Kreator, Arch Enemy, Decapitated, Dark Funeral, Samael and many others. The band footage was filmed by Marcin Halerz GFX, who worked with Decapitated, Hate, Kampfar, Nordjevel, etc. This is a continuation of the story you’ve seen in 'Inevitability' video, both clips have a common concept which in its own individual way portrays the darkness, hopelessness and desperation depicted in our forthcoming album IT."

This follows previous single 'Inevitability (IT's Whip)', watch the video here:

Formed in 2002 by guitarist Artyom Serdyuk, Deathbringer have toured across the globe sharing stages with Behemoth, Hate, Parricide, Dead Infection, and many more. Their debut album, Homo Divisis, came in 2007 and subsequently saw the band embark on their first European headline tour the following year to rave reviews.

IT emerges as the band's sophomore record which initially began in 2013, but due to health issues, personal lives, and a global pandemic, had to be postponed. Now, with guest appearances from Bobby Koelble (Death), Tommy Talamanca (Sadist), and Mariusz Domaradzki (Masachist, Yattering, Azarath), IT will finally see the light of day.