ARISING EMPIRE MEDIA ALERT: New Music Videos From Future Palace (“Flames”) + Aviana (“Transcendent”)

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“I gotta carry on / I’ve suffered for too long”

That’s the main credo put forth by Berlin post-hardcore trio Future Palace on their new single “Flames.”

Watch the video, which was shot by shot by Pavel Trebukhin, here.

The song appears on the band’s upcoming sophomore album Run, out June 10 on Arising Empire. Pre-order it here. It comes in CD, limited colored vinyl, and bundle formats.

The track is a bitter look into a dark past, with a razor-sharp note shaking off all demons in the epochal chorus. Metalcore elements crash against manic, throbbing 808 beats, which may remind the listener of trap structure. The vocal diversity of singer Maria shifts from brutal screams to melodic singing, with chanting passages.

Here, Future Palace are making a statement.

If you want to process agonizing experiences, you have to go through every emotional dimension.

“‘Flames’ is one of our most powerful and aggressive songs. Instrumentally as well as vocally, we have tried out a multitude of new stylistic means here. In terms of content, the song looks back on my unfortunately often-painful past. Like its predecessors, however, it conveys the will to fight and hope,” says Maria.

The visuals for “Paradise” and “Heads Up‘ didn’t skimp on imagery, but the new video is perhaps the most elaborate visualization that Future Palace have ever chosen for a song. Symbolizing an escapist message, it is represented by literal fire from which Maria escapes.

Watch the previously released “A World in Tears” video here.

Run was produced by Julian Breucker and Annisokay guitarist Christoph Wieczorek, who also mixed and mastered the record.

The album explores the aftermath of a toxic relationship in a stunning and vulnerable way. The struggle with one’s own salvation is only the beginning — even after escaping from a tough situation. The band sets these painful processes to music in dramatic post-hardcore fashion, which atmospherically reproduces the ups and downs of emotions. Kindred sonic spirits are Holding Absence, Spiritbox, While She Sleeps, Bring Me The Horizon, and Pvris.

Future Palace released their debut Escape via Arising Empire and have since accumulated several million streams across streaming platforms.

FUTURE PALACE ARE:
Maria | Vocals
Manuel | Guitar
Johannes | Drums

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ANNOUNCE CORPORATION OUT AUGUST 3

Swedish sensation Aviana have made an impact on the global metalcore scene since their return in February 2021.

Led solely by vocalist Joel Holmqvist as a consequence of past members leaving the band, Holmqvist has exceeded all expectations by himself and has taken the band further down the path for greatness.

Today, the band has shared “Transcendent,” its sixth single since the 2021 comeback. Listen to and watch the video here.

“The new single ‘Transcendent’ is a little bit different compared to the other songs we’ve released so far,” Holmqvist says. “It has some extended clean vocals in it and was really fun to write. I hope people will enjoy it and the fact that we are trying out some different style of songs, while trying to stick to the Aviana sound, which is something you can expect from the whole album.”

Speaking of an album, Aviana also announced that Corporation will be release on August 3 via Arising Empire. Pre-orders will be live soon.

“There is an album coming in August, finally,” Holmqvist states. “But I never wanted to have people sit around and wait for new Aviana music. Instead, I’ve been working continously to try and get new stuff out there for the fans. You should consider this album more of a ‘collection of singles,’ rather than something else. There will be new songs on the album which haven’t been released yet, but also songs that we’ve already put out since 2021.”

The previous Aviana single “Obsession,” released in January, landed the top spot on Spotify’s biggest Metalcore playlist — New Core — and was later featured on the Top of The Core playlist on the same platform.

CORPORATION TRACK LISTING:
“Curriculum”
“Obsession”
“Rage”
“Paradox”
“Oblivion”
“Retaliation”
“Anomaly”
“Transcendent”
“Illuminate”
“Overcome”
“Negligence”

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