Korean metalcore band END THESE DAYS are about to drop their first full-length album Ambivalence on November 2, and none other than Ryo from Crystal Lake is featured in the music video for the first single off the album, Solace!
The music video starts with the four members of the band performing in an empty house alternating with shots of the city and vocalist Yul walking through the streets while sporting a t-shirt of fellow band allihave. Crystal Lake’s Ryo, who actually never meets the band in the video, makes his appearance with a short verse, after which a headbanger breakdown begins. Even Ryo can’t help it, as he commences to headbang at the confused sight of the citizens. Then, Ryo continues with a sequence of growls in his lowest vocal range to culminate the piece.
If you like what you hear, preorder END THESE DAYS’ first full album on their Bandcamp and get Solace, and Villain as a high-quality download, as well as the full album five days ahead of November 2—the official release date. Their previous singles can also be found on iTunes.
Listen to Solace below! You can also find the fifth track, Villains, from the upcoming album below too:
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