Pioneers of Sumerian thrashing black metal, Melechesh, have released the lyric video for the brand new song “Multiple Truths”. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album, Enki. The lyric video was produced by gifted artist and director Tommy Antonini.
Melechesh recently revealed the names of the guest musicians that have contributed to the band’s upcoming album, Enki.
The follow-up to 2010’s masterpiece The Epigenesis marks the band’s sixth full-length album and will feature iconic guests Max Cavalera (Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy), Sakis Tolis (Rotting Christ) and Rob Caggiano (Volbeat, ex-Anthrax).
Commented singer, songwriter and mainman Ashmedi:
“I am flattered and honored to have esteemed guests appear on this multifaceted album. Enki solicited different approaches and new experiences. Max is a lion – I love his voice and the tribal and historic parallels of our lives are uncanny, he did an amazing job on “Lost Tribes”. Sakis is an old friend and we toured together in the past. His voice added another dimension of mysticism on our “Enki – Divine Nature Awoken”. Rob and I always wanted to collaborate and he is an agile and excellent guitar player so the lead he did on “The Palm, The Eye And Lapis Lazuli” was perfect , it rocks and serves the track well. They all did an outstanding job and went above and beyond to make it happen despite their busy schedules. Melechesh is more than a band – it is a society!”
“I’ve been a fan of Melechesh for a while now and it was an honour for me to play a solo on their new album!! These guys sound like nothing else out there!”
Extreme metal connaisseur Max Cavalera explains:
“I was very honored that Melechesh asked me to sing on their new album! I’m a big fan and I think The Epigenesis is on of the greatest extreme metal records ever done! I love the fact that they come from a different part of the world like me. So our worlds finally collide! Long live Melechesh!”
Tells Rotting Christ mainman Sakis Tolis:
“When I was told that our brother band Melechesh would record their upcoming album in my hometown, I immediately picked up the phone and called Ashmedi to participate somehow. Ashmedi responded positively so I was ready to raise some serious hell… It is very interesting since we are sharing the same Mediteranean mentality as individuals. I believe this new album is one of the most unique and atmospheric metal albums I have heared the last years. Ashmedi took me to their majestic oriental path and showed me the way to tne new Babylon. I am definitely proud working with the Kings of Fire and I really recommend to check new Melechesh album – it is really good!”
Tempest Temper Enlil Enraged
The Pendulum Speaks
Enki – Divine Nature Awoken
Metatron and Man
The Palm the Eye and Lapis Lazuli
Doorways to Irkala