Following up on the triumphant “A Signal In The Noise”, introduced at the close of 2021, PRIEST, the synthwave act that includes former members of the Grammy Award-successful Swedish rock act GHOST, has just unleashed a comply with-up one, “Techno Woman”. The observe trades the distorted guitars of PRIEST‘s previous gig for icy synths and throbbing drums to craft a memorably melodic ode to female badassery.
To promote the tune, the band determined to build its largest, most elaborate audio movie to day, collaborating with in-need filmmaker and videographer Vicente Cordero (Industrialism Films), who has helmed movies by CRADLE OF FILTH, SKOLD, 3Teeth, QUEENSRŸCHE and other folks. Cordero pulls out all the stops for “Techno Female”, saturating the monitor with neon hues and retro graphics to provide the song’s central character to daily life, an ass-kicking, movie recreation taking part in, bike riding, gun toting renegade who has no challenge holding her have in Cordero‘s quasi-futuristic hyper-violent world. The online video showcases the cinematic high quality of PRIEST‘s seem, which has now been tapped by important Hollywood producers for inclusion in the approaching Mel Gibson movie “Hot Seat”.
As the bandmembers on their own declare: “This is a hi-octane bop with immediate hooks that scores the futuristic mindscape of PRIEST. Vicente masterfully realizes that eyesight and we only want we built the track lengthier so we could see extra of it. Strap your belt on adequately and enjoy ‘Techno Girl’!”
PRIEST will embark on a European tour, “Eurotour 2022”, with unique company SJÖBLOM and CRAVEN, at the conclusion of March.
Hailing from the very same icy darkness of the Scandinavian inland that birthed GHOST, PRIEST consists of a trio of musicians — vocalist Mercury, who was regarded as H2o when he performed bass for GHOST, keyboardist Salt, previously known as GHOST keyboardist Air, and programmer/ keyboardist Sulfur — who came collectively in 2017 and begun releasing their own special brew of digital music that bears very little sonic resemblance to their previous band however even now shares the identical artistic DNA. But while GHOST borrowed their theatrics from previous university horror and ’80s rock, PRIEST arrives steeped in cyberpunk and industrial music.
PRIEST‘s impending whole-duration album, due afterwards in the year through Cleopatra Documents, was created by one more GHOST alumni, Simon Söderberg (GHOST guitarist and producer/engineer of debut album “Opus Eponymous”).
In 2020, PRIEST introduced a new album named “Cyberhead”, the comply with-up to its debut, “New Flesh”. “Cyberhead” was the initially album because first singer Tom Åsberg (also recognized as Ginger Khan) still left the band to pursue other tasks. PRIEST mastermind Linton Rubino has taken about on vocals, which are carried out by a masked character they call Mercury.
Again in 2017, GHOST leader Tobias Forge was sued by 4 former members of the band right after getting dismissed by the group’s founder the prior December. They accused the singer of cheating them out of their rightful share of the income from the band’s album releases and globe excursions. The lawsuit was submitted in the district court docket of Linköping, Sweden, in which GHOST was originally primarily based. It claimed that a partnership arrangement existed amongst Forge and the 4 previous users, all of whom executed anonymously in the band as Nameless Ghouls. As a end result of the lawsuit, Forge was compelled to reveal his identification after a long time of performing in a mask as Papa Emeritus. He has taken care of that “no legal partnership” ever existed in between him and the other users.
In May well 2018, Linton, who performed bass dwell in GHOST from 2013 to 2014 in the role of the Anonymous Ghoul Water, blasted the band’s 2018 album “Prequelle”, declaring he was “ashamed to have been aspect of that” and contacting the songs “a joke” and “mainstream shit.”
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