Brazilian power metal band Trend Kill Ghosts is preparing to release the long awaited new album. After months of production and great investment, the paulistas announce the launch of their first single, on June 3rd, which will be accompanied by the video clip recorded at London Studio.
“Phoenix” is the track chosen to start promoting this new work.
Vocalist Diogo Nunes says:
“This song is one of the parts of the new album in which I tell about a little of what I lived in the midst of Pandemia. I believe that many of us went through this, through anxiety attacks and often perspective of improvement, sometimes even thinking that nothing in our life makes more sense, but that, when we can for a moment see who we are and how far we have come, we know where to draw strength and be reborn stronger and willing to show it to the world, like a Phoenix”.
Trend Kill Ghosts posted on the social networks the series “Studio Report”, where it shows the recording of each instrument, production, creative process and comments from the members. Follow each episode on Instagram. This will be the band’s second record and will be released next semester.
Formed in 2018, Trend Kill Ghosts brings together four friends: Diogo Nunes (vocals), Rogério Oliveira (guitar), Fábio Carito (bass) and Leandro Tristane (drums), who bet on power metal / melodic metal. carrying a message through music to inspire people to kill their ghosts and pursue their goals. The band has several references to power metal, with names like Gamma Ray, Helloween, Avantasia, Edguy, Savatage and Stratovarius.
The debut album, “Kill your Ghosts”, which was released in July 2019 on all digital platforms, received great reviews from the specialized media and features cameos from Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear, ex-Gamma Ray and Tyran ‘Pace) in “Ghost’s Revolution”, Raphael Dantas (SoulSpell, Ego Abscence) and Lúcia Ricardo (ex-EvenDusk) in “Promise”.
Trend Kill Ghosts is preparing the release of the new album and ready to resume the shows next year, opening for U.D.O and Symphony X.