PENTRAL announce the release of the second video, Disconnected, from their album “What Lies Ahead Of Us”. The video was premiered on Metal Shock Finland and is now available worldwide.
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Pentral’ s music video for The Shell I’m Living In has been selected by two film festivals for best music video; Golden Short Film Festival in Rome and the International Music Video Awards in London.
Talking about the Disconnected song and video, Victor Lima says, “The song talks about our hostile society, and how the characters of our debut album – a mother and her kid – have to cope with all the selfishness, aggressiveness, and apathy they face when escaping from the woods. That’s why the characters and all of us fell more and more “disconnected”, like thinking only about ourselves. I really believe this is one of the biggest issues mankind has to deal with. As for the video, differently from the previous ones, we thought that for this song – as this is a more energetic track – we should make it through live performance, and that’s the way it was made in an old theatre in our home town, with all the intensity we could put out.”
“What Lies Ahead Of Us” was released on May 7, on all platforms.
“What Lies Ahead Of Us” Track Listing:
1 – Silent Trees
2 – All My Wounds
3 – Disconnected
4 – Letters From Nowhere
5 – Aiming For The Sun
6 – A Gift From God
7 – No Real Colour In Souls
8 – The Shell I’m Living In
9 – Are You Satisfied?
10 -The Law
Produced by Pentral and Tim Palmer
Mixed by Tim Palmer
Co-produced by Sergio Fouad and Cesar Bottinha
Mastered by Justin Shturtz
Victor Lima – vocals and guitar
Vagner Lima – drums
Joe Ferry – bass
Pentral is the new Brazilian band that mixes hard rock and progressive metal music, and though the two brothers Victor Lima (vocals and guitar), and Vagner Lima (drums), and their third bandmate Joe Ferry (bass) had already worked together before, under that current name they are releasing their debut album this year. Pentral has been around since last year dropping some versions of classic rock songs from iconic bands through their YouTube channel, like Queen, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin.