Czech Psy-Core Metal Force DYMYTRY Premieres Brand New Video For Blistering Album Title Track “Revolt”!
Out on January 14, 2022 via AFM Records!
January 14, 2022 will see Czech psy-core metal masters Dymytry release their sixth and first international studio album, Revolt, on German powerhouse label AFM Records!
After well over one thousand concerts in their home country, five successful records to date and a platinum award for their latest release Revolter, Dymytry has opted for a step that is unusual in two respects: Revolt, originally recorded exclusively in Czech, will be the first Dymytry album to also be released in English language, as well as introducing their new, additional singer Alen „A.L.“ Ljubic.!
“Four years ago we came up with the idea of expanding our musical operating radius beyond the Czech Republic. We probably wanted to get out of our comfort zone and try something new and different. After translating a few of our tracks into English, we started to look at the option of playing some shows abroad,” bassist Artur “R2R” Mikhaylov revealed earlier. After a joint single with German act Hämatom in September 2018, both bands went on tour together in October 2018; these were Dymytry‘s first shows outside their home country. Mikhaylov: “The tour proved to us that our music also works for an international audience, and in English.” So the band decided to take this remarkable step, and the band’s first international output, Revolt, will be released on January 14, 2022 through AFM Records. “We want to show to the world that there is great music in the Czech Republic, too,” Mikhaylov explains. “We feel that our first English album is a very strong record, we really put everything into it.“
After the previously released, first single ‘Chernobyl 2.0’, today Dymytry presents a brand new video clip for the blistering album title track Revolt! Says vocalist Alen: “We are stoked to present the opener and also title track of our upcoming international record “Revolt“, a heavy mosher, filled with catchy hooklines and a positive vibe that will get you pumped for even more of our songs, an invitation to become part of our ever growing Dymytry Family! Invoke the Hellions!”
All of the twelve, new album tracks on Revolt practically burst with a high-voltage energy, strong melodies and powerful rhythms driven by mercilessly modern metal. There’s every sign of a storm brewing when Dymytry, featuring its three main songwriters Mikhaylov, Jiri “Dymo” Urban and Jan “Gorgy” Görgel (both guitar) as well as with exciting guest appearances by Joakim Lindbäck Eriksson of Brothers Of Metal and ex- Rage guitarist Victor Smolski, will present its successful Revolt album to an international audience for the first time. Dymytry will continue to work with vocalist Protheus in the Czech Republic and with Alen on the international market, especially since the band think highly of both frontmen. Says Mikhaylov: “We’re really happy with how Alen has recorded the vocals on the ‘Revolt’ album. He has a fantastic and versatile voice, a broad range and really good energy, a combination which has infused our material with a new dimension and lots of power. Also he’s very passionate about the band, so we’re grateful to have him on board. Protheus is also an awesome front man with a charismatic voice, plus he’s got a huge talent for writing lyrics with a lot of depth and hidden meaning. In addition, he’s a dab hand at leading the audience.”
Revolt was produced by Kristian “Kohle” Kohlmannslehner & Hans Koch at the Kohlekeller / Babylon Studios, and will be available as CD Digipak and exclusive Boxset on January 14, 2022 via AFM Records. You can pre-order your copy now at THIS LOCATION!
03. 300 (Feat. Joakim Lindbäck Eriksson – Brothers Of Metal)
04. Never Gonna Die
05. Rise And Shine
06. Awaking The Monster
07. Until The World Knows Why
09. Tick Tock
11. Somebody’s Watching Me (Feat. Victor Smolski / ex-Rage, Almanac)
12. Chernobyl 2.0
Revolt Album Line-Up:
Alen “A.L. ” Ljubic (vocals)
Jiri “DYMO ” Urban (guitar)
Jan “GORGY ” Gorgel (guitar)
Artur “R2R ” Mikhaylov (bass)
Milos “MILDOR” Meier (drums)