A brand new lyric video from Finnish progressive metal outfit ODDLAND has been issued through New Noise Magazine, following the very recent release of the band's intense second album, Origin, through Sensory Records earlier this month.
The follow-up to their Century Media-released 2012 debut The Treachery Of Senses, ODDLAND's Origin was recorded in part by the band and completed at Fantom Studio (Insomnium, Korpiklaani, Oranssi Pazuzu), then mixed and mastered by Daniel Bergstrand (Meshuggah, In Flames, Dimmu Borgir). The video for the track "Will" boasts an intense visual delivery created by the band's drummer, Ville Viitanen, as with the other previously released trailers and videos for Origin.
ODDLAND offers alongside the new video's premiere, "We wanted to bring 'Will' to the forefront for the lyric video because the text in the song hits base with all of us talking about a broken connection between generations. Ville did a great job with the video and it beautifully showcases some of the exquisite artwork on the album by Mohammed Essam. The song itself is a bipolar monster with at least a couple of heads so we thought the composition deserved to be brought to the forefront as well."
The hi-rez 24-bit version of Origin is streaming and available for purchase HERE, the CD available via Laser's Edge/Sensory HERE and Amazon HERE.
ODDLAND is also booking live performances in support of Origin, with a record release show confirmed to take place on October 7th in Turku, a show supporting Ne Obliviscaris on October 12th in Helsinki, and more to be announced shortly.
10/07/2016 Gong - Turku, FI *Origin Record Release Show
10/12/2016 Nosturi - Helsinki, FI w/ Ne Obliviscaris