LAPSUS DEI Release Official Video ‘Falling Apart’ From The Album ‘Sea Of Deep Reflections’

Hot on the heels of their brand new album Sea Of Deep Reflections (released via Sliptrick Records on June 16th), Chilean metal group Lapsus Dei have released their first official video from the aforementioned disc. The band released this statement; “Falling Apart is the first song of the album Sea Of Deep Reflections. The video is a metaphor, in which the wholeness of the sea shows the integrity of life’s pride. It represents the becoming that comes and goes indiscriminately from human to human, and only at the end is where with contumacy you can look behind the path that has been wondered.”

Lapsus Dei – Sea Of Deep Reflections
The new release from Chilean doom metal group Lapsus Dei is Sea Of Deep Reflections and it’s an album that develops the story of a journey, told through seven songs that will transport any audience to their most vivid dreams. This voyage represents our own growth as humans, where the progress is sometimes achieved after struggling with deep and powerful circumstances such as loneliness, desperation, tranquility and peace among others. Read more …here

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Sea Of Deep Reflections | Released on June 16th, 2020 via Sliptrick Records

Lapsus Dei are:
Alejandro Giusti – Vocals/Guitars | Agustín Bastías – Bass | Rodrigo Poblete – Guitars/Vocals | Luis Pinto – Drums

Band links: Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | VK | On Sliptrick

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