Slovenian heavy metal band Metalsteel have released a video for the song The End of the World. The song is taken from the band’s latest album Beyond The Stars, released on 9th December 2017 through On Parole Production.
The video was originally premiered on the Serbian website HeadlineR, who wrote of the band’s album; “[It combines] simplicity and technical perfection with the shooting method, which is not often used these days, and excellent production.”
You can watch the video on YouTube here.
Metalsteel is a Slovenian heavy metal institution with its own identity which combines raw aggression with melodic and progressive structures. Their striking metal is manifested on seven albums including their latest most fierce and sophisticated release Beyond The Stars which is a conceptual album. The concept is about extraterrestrial civilisations who descended on Earth in order to rise the spiritual awareness of mankind and interfere in the process of humanity’s evolution.
Beyond The Stars is the seventh album from the band. It pushes further the boundaries of the band and opens new chapter in their musical opus. All members of the band have recorded the album simultaneously, resulting in an organic sound that is consistently embedded into modern production. Metalsteel are combining raw aggression with melodic arrangements. This forms homogenous mixture of striking metal with progressive elements and guitar and vocal harmonies. Beyond The Stars combines simplicity and technical perfection with the recording method rarely used these days and superb production.
In their career they have played numerous shows in Europe and also performed with James Rivera (Helstar, Distant Thunder, Malice). They have also shared the stage with legendary metal acts such as Saxon, W.A.S.P., Helloween etc.
Metalsteel are also the first Slovenian metal band who performed with Slovenian symphony orchestra and choir, performed for the Slovenian victims of Holocaust and appeared in Toyota commercial along with their own song. They have also written and recorded the official anthem for the MetalDays Festival in 2015.