ROSEN BRIDGE - Release New Single "Watchers" Featuring Jot Maxi of HACKTIVIST

UK Metal outfit Rosen Bridge make their return with a punishing new offering titled ‘Watchers’. The track is a reimagining of biblical tales from the Book of Enoch, with a focus on themes of anti-corruption that are reflected in an instrumentation that crashes and flows, opening with an ‘in-your-face’ riff and aggressive screaming vocals before groovier sections take hold.

The Welsh originated 5-peice have teamed up with vocalist Jot Maxi of the formidable Hacktivist who brings an extra dimension of balanced chaos to the song with his distinctive rapping style, offsetting vocalist

Alex Woodall with perfect contrast.

Check out the official music video for ‘Watchers’ BELOW: Rosen Bridge - Watchers (Feat Jot Maxi of Hacktivist).

“We were privileged to have Jot Maxi feature on the track having been huge fans of Hacktivist for some time. The song continues the sound we’ve established in our recent singles, pairing an intense heaviness with big melodic moments. We enjoyed experimenting with lots of dark electronic sounds in the track as well, with platinum producer Andrew Wade bringing the cohesiveness we needed in the final mix” – Alex Woodall, vocalist.

"It's crazy that they (Rosen Bridge) approached me to feature on a song that's about corruption within organised religion because I actually spent the first 26 years of my life in a cult! In fact, I didn't find the true God of the bible until very recently... So, directing my verse against false, man- made and twisted religions that are designed to glorify humans instead of God was very natural for me, as I obviously have a lot of passion for the subject!” – Jot Maxi of Hacktivist.

Having returned from a hiatus in 2019 Rosen Bridge are well and truly back having recently owned their performance at UK Tech Fest 2022. The band are no strangers to the stage having impressively supported the likes of Hacktivist, Griever, Borders, Blind Summit, RAIDERS, Here Lies Titania, Palm Reader, The Oklahoma Kid and God Complex.

Live Shows:

16 th  of September - Penny Black's, Wrexham 
21 st  of September - Kazimier Stockroom, Liverpool  
22 nd  of September - Crofter's Rights, Bristol  
23 rd  of September - The Flapper, Birmingham 
24 th  of September - Engine rooms, London  
25 th  of September - The Angel, Nottingham