TOMORROW’S RAIN DEBUTS NEW SONG FEAT. MEMBERS FROM PARADISE LOST & ROTTING CHRIST

Tel Aviv’s dark metal band TOMORROW’S RAIN is making waves in underground doom circles with their recent track “Fear” (feat. Aaron Stainthorpe of MY DYING BRIDE). Now the band returns with their follow-up single “In The Corner Of A Dead End Street,” which features guests Greg Mackintosh (PARADISE LOST) and Sakis Tolis (ROTTING CHRIST). The impressive collaborations are found on TOMORROW’S RAIN’s forthcoming, debut album, “Hollow,” that’s due out September 11th from AOP Records.

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “IN THE CORNER OF A DEAD END STREET”:
https://youtu.be/waQSLPXAmOg

Commenting on the new song, vocalist Yishai Swearts states: “‘Corner Of A Dead End Street’ is one of the first songs we wrote as a band and the first song we ever played live, this song is like a scene from a film to me, we tried to capture the vibe of a dead end dirty street in evening hours, the cars pass you by as you cross the street alone, everybody’s at home watching the screen, and you keep on walking, thinkin’ and diggin’ in your own painful thoughts…

and yes, i used the word YOU but in fact it’s ME and i remember myself going through this many times…

We felt that the song needs a long solo so i invited Greg Mackintosh from Paradise Lost to write the solo for this song as he always been a huge influence since the “Gothic” album, and i called my Athenian brother Sakis Tolis from Rotting Christ to do some vocals as well, so i will not feel so lonely in the Corner Of A Dead End Street…”

PRE-ORDER “HOLLOW”:
AOP Records (EU – Shop) https://shop.aoprecords.de/de/
AOP Records (US – Shop) https://www.indiemerchstore.com/b/aop-records
Digital platforms: https://smarturl.it/TR-Hollow

About RJ Frometa

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