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Friday, September 17, 2021

Dead Atlantic released the official music video for “Falling into the Grave”

Baltimore, Maryland-based melodic metal band Dead Atlantic has released the official music video for the single “Falling into the Grave”, taken from their upcoming album “Lost”, which will be released this year via Zombie Shark Records.

The video was directed by Jared Bell and features a special cameo appearance by the actor Julio Bana Fernandez, from series such as “House Of Cards” and “Nightmare Next Door” as well as the horror films “Killer Campout” and “Wrestle Massacre”.

Dead Atlantic states:

“We couldn’t be more proud to release this single and video, and we’re looking forward to releasing the record to everyone. A lot of hard work went into the production of the video and we are incredibly excited about the final product. A big thank you goes out to everyone who donated their time, money, materials, and skills to make this vision a reality!”

Dead Atlantic recently signed to Zombie Shark Records and released the single “Lost in the Deadlights” in early 2021.

“We couldn’t be happier to be a part of this amazing roster, alongside so many talented artists. We are thrilled to be working with a team that shares our creative and artistic vision. We would like to extend a huge THANK to everyone who has supported us over the years. We hope you enjoy our debut album, coming soon via Zombie Shark Records!”

The music of Dead Atlantic can be described as a creative blend of thrash metal and modern metalcore with hints of death metal, groove metal, nu-metal and hardcore. The band’s debut album “Lost” features 11 tracks and is scheduled for release later this year. It was produced by Sean Underwood and Parker Yowell at Fatemaker Recording Co. & Parkolepsy Productions.

Zombie Shark Records founder Noah “Shark” Robertson notes:

“I first discovered Dead Atlantic when I was on tour with Motograter. They put on an amazing live performance and are definitely a hard-working and passionate group of guys. We’ve stayed in touch over the years and I’m glad to have them in the Zombie Shark Records family!”