BLACK MIRRORS RELEASE ‘GÜNTHER KIMMICH’ VIDEO

EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE. 15 JUNE 2018

Black Mirrors will finally release their long awaited full-length debut album, ‘Look Into The Black Mirror’, via Napalm Records on August 31st. It is a prime example of all the wonderful stuff that can happen when you sell your soul to indie, snotty garage rock, blues and some stoner rock.

As a first single the Belgian crew, fronted by Marcella Di Troia, unveil the crisp Josh-Homme-style stomper ‘Günther Kimmich’ that moves the sound of the band one step further on from their Funky Queen EP from 2017. It’s a strong first single for a record which will unveil a stunning variety of all flavours of genuine rock music and it’s premiering right here on MetalTalk today.

Marcella Di Troia tells us about ‘Günther Kimmich’:

“With ‘Günther Kimmich’ we remain faithful to our musical influences; solid and powerful riffs with strong and catchy vocal lines. It’s pretty much the fastest song on the album and it will definitely be among the cooler songs to play live.

“Making this video clip was such a great and magical experience. I even emotionally interacted with a huge bison, ha ha, which you can also see in the video. The beautiful nature and all the other cool footage were captured by our talented friend Sebastien Van Malleghem.”

The beautifully unchained Marcella Di Troia sings, screams, croons and whispers on otherworldly ballads like ‘Moonstone’ or ‘Inner Reality’ and over the danceable grooves of ‘Lay My Burden Down’, and the band keeps the hypnotic beats and thunderous riff walls coming on their debut album. She could well be the new voice of rock’n’roll.

Guitarist Pierre Lateur tells us about ‘Look Into The Black Mirror’:

“‘Look Into The Black Mirror’ is the result of all our personal, musical and spiritual experiences we’ve went through during the past five years. Overall the album is very song-oriented as we believe that melody is the most important element in music. We dug into every aspect of what we enjoy in music; from straightforward heavy rock songs to very intimate, groovy or acoustic tunes.

“We recorded the album already months ago, and even after all this time we’re still getting more proud of what we pulled off. We are so excited to finally share these songs with the world after such a long time. We’ll play a lot of them on tour after the summer.”

The album artwork underlines the deep feelings on the new masterpiece. Take a first look into the black mirror which is available in multiple formats. Here’s the tracklisting:

1 Shoes For Booze

2 Funky Queen

3 Lay My Burden Down

4 Inner Reality

5 Moonstone

6 Günther Kimmich

7 Cold Midnight Drum

8 Mind Shape

9 Till The Land Wind Blows

10 Burning Warriors

Here are all the current Black Mirror tour dates:

Festival Shows:

9th June: NL – Rotterdam / Harlequin Fest

24th June: BE – Braine-Le-Comte / La fête de la Musique

30th June: DE – Enkirch / Fallig Open Air

27th July: DE – Dettenheim / Sunny Side Open Air

28th July: BE – Enghien / Rockelingen

Headline album release show:

27th September: BE – Brussels / Ancienne Belgique

With The Night Flight Orchestra:

23rd November: DE – Cologne / Luxor

24th November: DE – Osnabrück / Rosenhof

25th November: NL – Zoetermeer / Boerderij

26th November: NL – Arnhem / Willemeen

27th November: BE – Vosselaar / Biebob

28th November: FR – Nantes / Le Ferrailleur

30th November: UK – London / Underworld

1st December: FR – Paris / Le Petit Bain

2nd December: FR – Toulouse / Le Rex

3rd December: ES – Madrid / Caracol

4th December: ES – Barcelona / Bóveda

5th December: FR – Lýon / Warmaudio

6th December: IT – Milano / Legend Club

8th December: CH – Zurich / Dynamo

9th December: DE – Mannheim / MS Connection

10th December: AT – Salzburg / Rockhouse

11th December: HU – Budapest / A38

12th December: AT – Vienna / Szene

13th December: AT – Graz / Dom im Berg

14th December: DE – Munich / Backstage

15th December: CZ – Prague / Nova Chmelnice

16th December: DE – Nuremberg / Hirsch

17th December: DE – Saarbrücken / Garage

18th December: DE – Aschaffenburg / Colos-Saal

19th December: DE – Berlin / Bi Nuu

20th December: DE – Jena / F-Haus

21st December: DE – Dresden / Eventwerk Studio

22nd December: DE – Bochum / Matrix

Black Mirrors are:

Marcella Di Troia: Vocals
Pierre Lateur: Guitar
Loic: Bass
Edouard Cabuy: Drums

Photo Credit: Mehdy Nasser

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