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DIABLO BLVD Release Guitar Playthrough Video For 'Sing From The Gallows'!








DIABLO BLVD Release Guitar Playthrough Video Of 'Sing From The Gallows' From Album 'Zero Hour'


Belgian dark rock outfit DIABLO BLVD have recently released 2 brand new music videos. 'Animal' and 'Sing From The Gallows' are the first 2 singles taken from the new album, Zero Hour, which is scheduled for September 22th, 2017.

Guitar World premiered the guitar playthrough for 'Sing From The Gallows' by Tim Bekaert. Check out the video here: http://www.guitarworld.com/premieres/diablo-blvd-premiere-sing-gallows-playthrough-video/31617

Vocalist Alex Agnew comments about the album: “We spent almost a year writing and preproducing the album. The actual recording took about a month. We definitely had an idea about how the album was supposed to sound and we tried very much to stick to our original idea of a dark, moody yet aggressive album. The fact that we are also living in troubled times politically, socially and economically has also had a heavy influence on the sound and lyrics of the record. The turn of the century and a new millennium usually signals great change and upheaval, and right now it feels like the world is holding it's breath before taking a jump into the unknown. That breath is 'Zero Hour'.”

More on Zero Hour:
You can watch 'Animal' here: https://youtu.be/envBBBgA_W0
'Sing From The Gallows' here: https://youtu.be/Q7FbBl5aPlA
'Animal' [Drum Playthrough]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1nmuspJlio

In addition, Zero Hour is now available for pre-order here: http://nblast.de/DiabloBlvdDigital

Zero Hour is a dark eleven-track groove monster with haunting melodies, huge guitar riffs, driving bass and pounding drums. Taking their inspiration from both classic metal acts like TYPE O NEGATIVE, METALLICA and BLACK SABBATH and eighties new wave bands like KILLING JOKE, SISTERS OF MERCY and GANG OF FOUR, DIABLO BLVD craft a unique sound ideally suited for these dark times. The perfect soundtrack to the end times!

Catch DIABLO BLVD live, here:

09.07. B Antwerp - Antwerp Metal Festival

20.08. A Dornbirn - Conrad Sohm*
22.08. CZ Prague - Futurum*
23.08. D Leipzig - Werk2*
24.08. D Berlin - Huxley's Neue Welt*
23.09. B Antwerpen - Trix
14.10. UK Bournemouth - The Anvil
15.10. UK London - The Black Heart
17.10. CH Wetzikon - Hall of Fame
18.10. D Munich - Backstage Club
19.10. D Leipzig - Hellraiser
20.10. D Berlin - Privatclub
21.10. D Hamburg - Marx
24.10. NL Nijmegen - Merleyn
25.10. NL Amsterdam - Melkweg
26.10. D Cologne - Underground
27.10. D Stuttgart - Keller Klub
28.10. D Weinheim - Café Central

10.11. D Weissenhäuser Strand/Ostsee - Metal Hammer Paradise

*Support of LIFE OF AGONY

Get your tickets, here: http://smarturl.it/zerhourlive


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