PATHFINDERS Unleash New Video “Impostors”, New Album “Ares Vallis” Out April 16th via Music-Records

L-R – Jérémy Barthélémy – Drums, Jérémy Gaucher – Bass, Clément Levy – Vocals, Romain Gaucher – Guitar, Benjamin Daguet – Guitar

France’s Pathfinders will be unveiling their debut album “Ares Vallis” via label Music-Records on April 16, 2021.

Naming themselves after the NASA space probe “Mars Pathfinder”, Pathfinders are embarking on an encounter of the metal kind. Fascinated with space exploration, especially following recent odysseys to the red planet, “Ares Vallis” (named after an outflow channel on Mars) is twelve tracks of progressive groove, blended with thrashy, djenty, and melodic tones.

Today, the band is sharing the music video for their second single “Impostors”, an explosive moshpit crusher.

The video can be viewed via the band’s YouTube –

Digital download and stream of “Impostors” available at the following link here.

Fans of bands such as Lamb of God, Periphery, Parkway Drive, and In Flames will be intrigued to enter the undiscovered metal terrain that Pathfinders are offering up.

Pathfinders was formed in 2018 and consist of the Gaucher brothers Jérémy (Bass) and Romain (Guitar) with Jérémy Barthélémy (Drums), Benjamin Daguet (Guitar), and Clément Levy (Vocals).

“Ares Vallis” will be available on all digital platforms via Music-Records on April 16, 2021.
CD pre-order here.

First single “Damned Earth” can be heard on the following links:

Track Listing:
1. Landing (1:20)
2. Impostors (4:59)
3. Damned Earth (4:03)
4. Evolution (3:32)
5. Precious Star (4:07)
6. Explode Inside (5:12)
7. Annihilate Them All (4:41)
8. The Light (4:14)
9. Pressure (4:334)
10. Ghosts of Mars (4:18)
11. Bad Guardians (4:56)
12. Peste Noire (8:14)
Album Length: 54:22

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