LUNA’S CALL release lyric video for Merced’s Footsteps

British progressive death metal band Luna’s call  have premiered a new video for their song “Merced’s Footsteps” at Decibel Mag.

The song is off of ‘Void‘ out now. 

The video for “Merced’s Footsteps” was directed by Scott Kennedy of 12 Inch Media

The band comments : “Merced’s Footsteps is the opening track to our new album Void. Heavily inspired by the incredible Wanda Díaz-Merced, a blind astronomer who turned  data received from the radiation of stars and space into audible sound. 
“Merced’s Footsteps” involves and follows the concept of receiving messages and songs from the stars, and even includes hidden messages within the song itself

Void‘ is available on all digital & streaming platforms HERE


LUNA’S CALL are a progressive death metal band from the East Midlands of the UK.

Forming a fusion of technical death metal and classic progressive rock, the band creates a distinctive sound in today’s modern metal scene. 

After competing in Metal 2 the Masses, the band was invited to perform at Bloodstock Open Air Festival in 2018, a turning point in the band’s live journey. Following their appearance at Bloodstock, legendary producer Russ Russell approached the band offering to mix and master their newly recorded album : ‘Void’.

With his vast knowledge and renowned experience in metal productions, Russ Russel added a new depth, heaviness and an all-round professionalism to the finished sound of ‘Void’.

Few bands in the UK’s heavy underground have quite managed to reach the dizzying technical heights of progressive death metal quartet LUNA’S CALL. The Lincolnshire based band are now ready to surpass their own high watermark they set with 2015’s debut record ‘Divinity’, with  ‘Void’ set for release on Listenable records on April 30 in Europe and May 15 in North America.

Luna’s Call are surely destined for greatness.(…) This is boss-level progressive death metal and essential listening for anyone with a taste for audacious, virtuoso heaviness.’ 

Dom Lawson (Metal Hammer UK)


Leave a Comment

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. More...

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.