Metal band release a new single ‘Face Of Evil’ starring Edge of Tomorrow actor Dragomir Mrsic.
Supreme Unbeing cloth themselves into a mysterious veil, this 5-piece metal band, led by prophet (vocalist) Zac Red, with his followers D.Vine (Lead Guitar), D.Sciple (Rhythm Guitar), Unknown (Bass) and Al Mytee (Drums), just recently transmuted from animated characters into real flesh and blood entities with the release of their debut full-length album ‘Enter Reality’ in October 2020, which garnered an 8/10 rating in Metal Hammer (Greece) and a 3rd place in “Album of the Year 2020” according to the readers of Sweden Rock Magazine.
Now the band presents us with the daunting and ominously sounding ‘Face of Evil’, the first single from their upcoming, second, full-length album ‘Enduring Physicality’. “This song is about self-proclaimed kings, tyrants, societal leaders… and your friends. Whether you have your own life agenda or not, they’ll manipulate and rob you of your free will to get what they want with their – as the song goes – ever-changing Face of Evil. Humans are dual in nature, it’s nothing to be ashamed of, we all have a good side and an evil side, which side, and face, you decide to show at any given moment is yours to balance carefully on this grand stage. How do you want to be remembered?” Says Zac Red
Not much is known about the people behind the band, but their animated videos for the singles ‘You’ll Never Make It’ and ‘Animals’, have been wildly successful. Face Of Evil video, starring Swedish actor Dragomir Mrsic (known from “Snabba Cash”, and “Edge Of Tomorrow” where co-starred along with Tom Cruise), will not disappoint their fanbase.
“When the band asked me to play the leading role in their video, I immediately accepted, the band's messages are too important to ignore. Besides, my naturally looking evil eyebrows made me feel at home with the character in the video”. Says Dragomir Mrsic
Mixed and mastered by Sebastian “Seeb” Levermann, singer/guitarist of German metal outfit Orden Ogan, the track is available on all major streaming services.
“A smile is always there to greet us. A smile will always hide the truth,” concludes Zac Red of Supreme Unbeing.
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