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EMISSARY release video for song “Hypochondriac” from upcoming new album “The Wretched Masquerade”

American Power Metal band EMISSARY has released their new music video for the song “Hypochondriac” from their upcoming full-length release “The Wretched Masquerade” on Underground Power Records (Germany).

The video is exclusively premiering on the NWOTHM Full Albums You Tube channel.

Special thanks to Josh Roarty, Lisa Harris and especially Mark Unger at Sky Lakes Media for the live footage.

Video edited and produced by Doug Hill and Jym Harris.

Emissary vocalist Jym Harris has provided the following comment:

Hypochondriac” was an unfinished song when Emissary broke up in ’96. With the band reforming last year, I thought we should finish that song we started 25 years ago! I came up with a lot of the musical ideas then Tim Dahlen improved certain riffs, and added all the melodic lead guitar parts. When the other members jumped in, it really became a new Emissary song. I don’t want to spoil any listener interpretation of my lyrics but let’s just say there are likely a lot of people right about now that will be able to relate to this song. The music video was compiled from footage taken at our shows at Redwood Metalfest and our first reunion show, when we were asked to be direct support for Tesla on the opening night of their summer tour.”

Emissary band line-up:

Jym Harris – Lead Vocals
Tim Dahlen – Guitar / Vocals
Charlie Francipane – Guitar
Peter Shawn Kinney – Bass / Vocals
Eric Hoover – Drums

For the latest Emissary news, videos, to purchase the album and official band merchandise, visit the following pages:

Emissary official Facebook page

Emissary official Instagram page

Emissary official BandCamp page

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