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The Parallel Announces Their Signing to InVogue Records




The Parallel Signs to InVogue Records & Release New Single


Based in Toronto, the four-piece heavy metal band formed in 2015. The band is currently busy writing their full-length album and plan to hit the studio with producer Nick Ingram (Hotel Books, Before Their Eyes, Chase Huglin) in early 2018.


“We are elated to have the opportunity to work with InVogue and its amazing repertoire of artists and people. We’re excited to share our new music, and humbled to have the chance to continue to grow and pursue what we all love doing.

A special thanks to our friends, families and everyone we have worked with for the continued support and encouragement, and to the listeners who gave us a chance! Looking forward to what the future brings.”



We are also excited to debut the video for their new single “Time Tunnel.”

“Time Tunnel is about being trapped doing the same thing day in and day out, and its relationship with the constancies and frustrations of repetitive cycles. The video production revolves around separation and getting lost in a literal time loop.

Alex McFarland from The Trenches is an incredible videographer and close friend of ours who did an amazing job capturing the ideas, visual imagery and colours associated with these emotions mentioned in the song itself.


The song’s intent alongside visualization is interpretation. Everyone visualizes and internalizes music in different ways, and we hope that the message within the song can apply to different places in different people’s lives, and can provide a mental escape for 3 to 4 minutes.”
- Quoted from The Parallel

You can view the video for Time Tunnel on InVogue Records YouTube channel here and watch below!





https://www.facebook.com/TheParallel/


https://theparallelcanada.bandcamp.com

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