Blut release new lyric video for the song The Justice.
Two days ago Italian-Swiss gothic metallers Blut unveil the lyric video for The Justice, the second single taken from their new album Hermeneutics, released on May 29 via AUSR. The video was produced by Stefano Corona and Blut. The band represents their personal vision of Justice Tarot. Chiara Manese sings and interprets the song.
Journey into the mind, flashes of light and darkness, hidden desires, path between the tarot cards to discover human spirituality, dreams and thirst for knowledge about life, death and emotions. The Blut project, born primary as a free artistic expression of Alessandro Schumperlin, brings original music with no limits.
The new album Hermeneutics is the home of the 22 Major Arcana, each song is a tarot, each of them is the manifestation of the will of each card, what it grants and determines in our existence. The two male and female voices interpret each card as a character on the varied and surprising stage that is Life.
The album has been mixed and mastered at Real Sound Studio in Milan (Time Machine, Marky Ramones, André Matos, The Shaman, Abighor, Latte +, Giorgio Gaber, Dj Ringo, Siberia, Eddy Antonini, Skylark, The Crooks, Thee STP, Primadonna and many others). The track The Magician,
The album features as special guest Emanuele Lele Laghi (Drakkar and Crimson Dawn) on the track XV The Devil. The cover was created by Giulio Rincione (Dylan Dog, Sergio Bonelli Editore, Shockdom, Disney and many more).
Line-up: Alessandro Schümperlin [Vocals, backing vocals, programming, composer, producer], Chiara Manese [Vocals, backing vocals, co composer for the new album], Stefano Corona [Drums machine, loops, synth, co composer for the new album], Marco Borghi [Guitars, co composer for the new album]
The Blut project was born as a free artistic expression by Alessandro Schümperlin, formerly from Anthologies a gothic metal band. The project with a sole musicians was first as a studio project, and now a true band able to blend musical styles who formally they are in fight into a kind of kaleidoscope of sounds. Blut brings original music with no gender limitations and in a very short time reaches the first album, a self-production curated in every detail.