Beyond Remains shared Gazebo Live Session on YouTube

After having shared a collection of some unreleasing songs and reinterpretation of “old” tracks in 2020 (the single “Silent City”, a cover of “The Rythm Of The Night” (from the band Corona), a video of “Kill The Hunter (Low Gain)”, an alternate Piano version of “Disposable Lives” or an acoustic version of “Fall From Heaven”, the two Djentlemen of Beyond Remains unveiled a new Live Video Session recorded into a Gazebo as a preview of their upcoming record.
All these tracks will featured on ‘After The Violence’, an upcoming “concept-album” which follows their July 2019 self-released album. This new effort will consist in a concept mini-album, serving up six very different songs that widen the spectrum of their musical palette + a brand new single. Even though ‘After The Violence’ is rooted in metalcore and thrash, it also doesn’t shy away from rock, classical and acoustic influences.

Max & Pierre launched Beyond Remains in 2014 with the aim to create something strong, powerful, artistically inspiring.
After a few years spent to look for their artistic identity, between modern-metal, djent and progressive music, they recruited two new members to get on stage and play their first song in front of the live audience.A few months later, they entered the studio to work on two singles « Fall From Heaven » and « Head For Distaster » both released between June and September 2017.
As they never stopped to writing new riffs and songs, Max & Pierre quickly got enough material to record their debut album called ‘Unleash The Violence’ and self-released on July 2019.
Then, after some line-up changings, Beyond Remains evolves now as a duo and is about to unleash a concept mini-album called ‘After the Violence’ consisting in six tracks + six official music videos, revisiting their previous record in different ways (rock, classical, acoustic….).
But don’t panic, Beyond Remains is still a metal band and the duo is currently working on a new full-length album coming out later this year.

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