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ALAZKA Release New Music Video For 'Ghost'





ALAZKA Unveil New Music Video For 'Ghost'


Recklinghausen, Germany-based post-hardcore act, ALAZKA have released the brand new music video for their single 'Ghost'. The song comes off the upcoming debut album, Phoenix, which will be released on the 1st of September via Arising Empire & SharpTone Records.

The band commented: "'Ghost' is one of our more straight forward songs. Its message is quite simple. If your past haunts you like a ghost it's most likely because you can't let go of it yourself. We have to take a second glance and try to embrace it to set ourselves free and move forward."
Watch the new video below:




The band has recently announced their headline tour through Europe for September 2017. They will be supported by Swedish alternative rock/metal outfit IMMINENCE and Texas' hottest Pop Punk newcomers, ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.

The band commented: “We’re more than excited to finally present you our new album Phoenix on this tour and we’re really looking forward to seeing some familiar faces and hopefully some new ones! We’re also very happy to bring the guys in IMMINENCE and ACROSS THE ATLANTIC with us, two very talented, energetic bands! We can’t wait to get this going and show you, what we’ve been working on for so long!”

ALAZKA PHOENIX 2017
Special Guests: IMMINENCE, ACROSS THE ATLANTIC

17.09.17 Germany Hannover @ Mephisto
18.09.17 Germany Dortmund @ FZW
19.09.17 UK Cardiff @ Fuel
20.09.17 UK London @ The Black Heart
21.09.17 NL Haarlem @ Patronaat
22.09.17 Germany Trier @ Exhaus
23.09.17 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
24.09.17 Italy Milan @ Circolo Svolta
25.09.17 Austria Wien @ Chelsea
26.09.17 Germany Berlin @ Musik & Frieden
27.09.17 Poland Warsaw @ Hydrozagadka
28.09.17 Czech Rep Prague @ Rock Cafe
29.09.17 Germany Dresden @ Konk Klub
30.09.17 Germany Karlsruhe @ Stadtmitte

Tickets: http://geni.us/ALAZKATour

ICYMI:
'Phoenix' now here: https://youtu.be/OPEN2cfsebE
'Empty Throne' here: https://youtu.be/1GczY8fsAsk
acoustic version of 'Empty Throne' here: https://youtu.be/jVDOZX4HZvY

ALAZKA is:
Tobias Rische | vocals
Kassim Auale | vocals
Dario Sanchez | guitars
Marvin Bruckwilder | guitars
Julian Englisch | bass

www.facebook.com/alazkaofficial | www.instagram.com/alazkaofficial | www.arising-empire.com

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