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Premiere: Symphonic Metallers StormbounD Will Have You “Flying High” with Their New Video

Israeli symphonic metal sextet StormbounD are “Flying High” with the release of their new single. Check out the video for the track here.



Described as “musical theatre,” the music of Israeli symphonic metal sextet, StormbounD, promises to take you everywhere from the angelic to the diabolic, from joyous harmony to sheer loneliness, and from the beauty to the beast.

Shortly after forming, the group began writing and performing and made a unique mark in the local heavy music scene. During the last year, the band took part in all major metal events and festivals in Israel and are now set to follow up their “Desert’s Roar” and “Altar of Innocence” singles with the release of a new track “Flying High.” You can check out the video for the song below.

Speaking about the single, guitarist and vocalist Ofer Friedman (who is joined by wife Shani Friedman on guitar, bassist Pavel Kleiman, Yuval Partush on drums, Rotem Sadia on the keyboard, and Yael Horwitz) had this to say:

“‘Flying High’ is an optimistic love song, where the man is a protagonist that helps his loved one overcome her suffering caused by a mental illness.”

On August 5th, the band will be releasing their new album, December, and, prior to that, StormbounD will be playing a hometown show in Tel Aviv on June 7th, where they will be supporting Epica. More information on that show is available here.

December Track Listing:

1. Desert’s Roar
2. Altar of Innocence
3. Sacred Lies
4. Away from Here
5. December
6. Shadows
7. Flying High
8. Fragments
9. Child’s Play

Artwork for “December” by StormbounD

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.