ZAC RED – VOCALS | D. VINE – LEAD GUITAR | D. SCIPLE – RHYTHM GUITAR | UNKNOWN – BASS | AL MYTEE – DRUMS
Supreme Unbeing release second full-length album “Enduring Physicality” today to keep challenging the people of the Earth of both individual, and societal, aspects of being human in today’s society
SUPREME UNBEING is a mysterious 5-piece rock/metal band led by vocalist/prophet Zac Red, with his fellow prophets D.Vine (Lead Guitar), D.Sciple (Rhythm Guitar), Unknown (Bass) and Al Mytee (Drums). Although the band just recently transformed from animated characters into real flesh and blood entities, their impact has been felt in the physical domain since the release (October 2020) of their debut full-length album Enter Reality 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, amongst other noteworthy accomplishments such landing Spotify Editorial Playlist placements on Thrashers and New Metal Tracks, and combining a staggering +10 million digital and video streams since their debut.
The evolution of Supreme Unbeing has truly been rocket-fueled, arriving in our pop-culture as animated characters just shy of 24 months ago, releasing their debut album amid the covid-19 pandemic, and yet to play a live show – the band has been extremely well received with loyal fans far and wide around the globe. Fast forward to present day, and the fact the band are now real-life entities, just like you and me, and as such, continue to explore and experience what our physical domain (our reality) has to offer, and what it takes to endure this physical existence, which is why the band, appropriately, decided to call the new album Enduring Physicality. Released today, May 5, 2022, Enduring Physicality is filled with 10 songs, or messages as the band likes to view them, that will help the listener to better understand both individual, and societal, aspects of being human in today’s society.
“Being human, as in having a physical body, is something we all must endure while spending our time here on Earth. However, being human is not only about your physical body, but also about your mind and the thoughts you have, and how you control your body, and physical actions, with your thoughts. Being human is about understanding our desires, making difficult choices, balancing evil, learning to trust strangers, controlling our inner beasts, embracing darkness, overcoming hardship, coping with disasters, facing self-destruction, all the while trying to understand how we came about to exist on this planet in the first place. Our messages touch all of the topics above and will ease your thoughts about the enduring part so you can enjoy your life while you are here in this physical shape and form.” Says Zac Red
Following the success of singles The Devil Smiles (Apr 1, 2022), Savior (Feb 25, 2022), Hide The Beast (Nov 26, 2021) & Face Of Evil (Oct 22, 2021), which already have combined +4 million views on Youtube, since their respective release dates, Supreme Unbeing also releases, in conjunction with today’s album release, a fifth single, and music video, for the song I Prevail – a classic rock tune which will take you on a journey starting at rock-bottom, climbing your way to the top, by yourself. With Swedish actor Dragomir Mrsic (known from Snabba Cash, and Edge Of Tomorrow co-starred along Tom Cruise) making his finale, in the “mini-series” that the Supreme Unbeing music videos have become, by portraying himself, he ends this chapter by looking at his troubled past and how he turned his life around with the will of his mind.
“The philosophical aspects of enduring this physical existence have always intrigued me, which is why it’s been a pleasure working with like-minded people in the band, although I’m not quite sure that they really are ‘people’.” Says Dragomir Mrsic
Mixed and mastered by grammy award nominated producer & mix engineer Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Arch Enemy, Amaranthe, Evergray and countless more), the album is available today on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and all major streaming services.
“First, we entered reality, now, we will endure this physicality before we go on to…” concludes Zac Red of Supreme Unbeing.