W.E.B. Release “Colosseum” Music Video Filmed in Athens!

Hailing from historic Athens, Greece, W.E.B. loosed their Metal Blade debut album Colosseum upon the world in November of 2021. Today, the band is proud to release a new music video for the title track that highlights the band’s hometown headlining show in Athens, Greece. Watch now on YouTube here.

When asked for a comment, the band offered: “W.E.B.’s philosophy was always about live performance. Not only do we love playing live but, we want the audience to experience our music with us. Our headline concert in our hometown, Athens – Greece was a perfect opportunity for us to have a full production live show and make a music video out of it to give you what W.E.B. is really all about when it comes to live gigs. “Colosseum” is one of our most intense songs, lyrically inspired by the story of Spartacus. To us, this song always meant a lot, thus it was the title track of our 2021 full length album all the way from the moment it was composed.”

About W.E.B.
Since forming in 2002, Greece’s W.E.B. have steadily forged a path to becoming one of the premier European symphonic extreme metal bands expressing darkness and death through adrenaline and poetry. An output that’s both candid and theatrical, W.E.B. is here to move you, provoke you, and invite you on a journey through ravendark and starless nights. With four albums already under their collective belt, 2021’s fifth full-length, Colosseum, which was recorded, mixed, and mastered in Sound Abuse Production Studio in Athens by Psychon and produced by the band’s own Sakis Prekas, is inarguably the band’s greatest and most direct work to date. Combining the brutal with the catchy and drenching it in orchestrations that only serve to expand its epic scale, Colosseum is a thrilling, gripping listen with each of its nine tracks playing an important part in the album as a whole, making it clear that W.E.B. stands toe-to-toe with anyone in their genre.

With Colosseum, the band welcomes two new members: drummer Nikitas Mandolas, who joined following the recording of 2017’s Tartarus and whose playing is perfectly suited to the music W.E.B. creates, and bassist/vocalist Hel Pyre. “Apart from the great lyrics and the perfect bass performance, she offered her brutal and clean vocals on many parts of the album, leaving her own mark of fire. This is a completely new element for W.E.B. that really gave a unique character to the material.” 

In titling Colosseum, W.E.B. draw comparisons with the past and present, in typically brutal style. “The Colosseum was the famous gigantic arena in Rome to give the people ‘food and spectacle,’ whereas what it truly did was to quench the mob’s thirst for blood and violence and keep their minds away from thinking; kind of an ancient TV-brainwash machine,” notes Sakis. “People nowadays seem to be thirsty for blood more than ever. They seek violence in almost everything. You can see it in social media, in the streets – even a simple fight between kids in a schoolyard attracts the other kids, not to separate but to watch. Humans miss the Colosseum and what it gave to their violent nature, even though they will never admit it. The title Colosseum is the irony of giving them what they secretly desire. Maybe then they will start to understand what they see in their mirror and hopefully it will bother them.”

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