BLACK THERAPY – Italian melodeath quintet premieres video “Dreaming” from the album “Echoes of Dying Memories”

After getting involved in a spree of live activities, the Rome based five-piece BLACK THERAPY have announced the release of their third album, Echoes of Dying Memories, slated for worldwide release on March 15th via Black Lion Records.

As the first taste of this album, the Italian melodic death metallers have offered a monumental video of the 04th number, Dreaming

Informs the band:“We wanted the video for Dreaming to be very straight-forward and in-your-face and we think that Andrea from Dvision Zero really nailed it with his rapid editing. We already worked with him years ago and it felt pretty natural for us to ask him if he wanted to work on our new video clip. We hope everyone will enjoy the fast-pace of this video as much as we do!”

Echoes of Dying Memories is the follow-up on their lauded “In The Embrace Of Sorrow, I Smile” album. It offers a more mature take on melodic death metal, spanning all the different shades of the genre while retaining the atmosphere of melancholy, which has always been a trademark of their music.

The album also features the contributions of two very special guests: Asim Searah (Wintersun) playing an intense guitar solo on “Scars”, and Sami El Kadi (Adimiron) providing some dreamy vocal lines on “Ruins”.

The sound was crafted with the help of Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studio (Eyeconoclast, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Hideous Divinity) and the cover artwork comes from the mind of the talented Gogo Melone (Aeonian Sorrow, Insomnium, Wolfheart).

The release party for the new album will take place in Roma, on March 9th at Traffic Live Club.
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The band will also play in Naples for the first time on February 23rd.  Details of more shows to be announced in the future.



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