Greek Power/Heavy metallers Crystal Tears who recently signed in 7Hard Records and they released their second full length album “Generation X”, are going to give a live show in their hometown Thessaloniki on December.
The show will take place on Sunday 5th December 2010 at Eightball Club (Pindou 1, Ladadika), Thessaloniki and Crystal Tears promise a unique heavy metal show the way they are known for!
Details on the act that’s playing with them, starting time etc to be announced soon.
On the other hand 7hard & Crystal Tears are very proud to present the “Nightmare Serenade” video-clip full extended and uncensored version, taken from the album “Generation X” (release date: the 18th June 2010 by 7Hard)!
You can watch the video here.
Chrisafis Tantanozis: our debut video-clip called “Nightmare Serenade” and taken from our forthcoming album “Generation X” (7Hard, rel.: 18th June 2010) is about a personality diverse, a fictional Jekyll & Hyde character, whose personality unfolds into a cold-blooded killer. So, quite a few blood scenes and suspense can be found on the screen. As director explained, there had to be this 70s thriller/horror movie atmosphere flawless for the audience! At the link given, you can watch the uncensored, uncut, full-length, extended version of the video clip. Play it loud and simply enjoy!
Crystal Tears line-up includes Ian Parry on vocals (ELEGY, VENGEANCE, AYREON guest etc.), Dimitris Goutziamanis on guitars, Stratos Dionisopoulos on bass and Chrisafis Tantanozis on drums. The album was produced by R. D. Liapakis (MYSTIC PROPHECY, SUICIDAL ANGELS, ORDEN OGAN, etc.). Cover artwork and booklet design by Meran “Darkmouth” Karanitant (SIX FEET UNDER, HATEBREED, SODOM, LEAVE’S EYES, DIMMU BORGIR etc.). Videoclip and promotional album trailer by Jim Evgenidis.
Chrisafis Tantanozis: I’m so glad – throughout this shit our music industry is going through – there is a label and what is more, a serious label that trusts in us and has chosen Crystal Tears to be their metal comrades on the difficult path of rock. While Ian Parry is one of the most unique and flexible metal voices out there and R. D. Liapakis one of the very few producers who knows exactly what he wants to do and how to do it, we can feel nothing but secure about the quality of our work regardless the subjective factor of each one’s personal taste. Being honest, we really worked our asses off; we got our shit together, we listened and gave more than we could give. I truly hope you enjoy every little second of “Generation X” album, because it’s a sincere, straightforward effort indeed, well, at the end of the day… this is what rock is all about! Thank you very much for your time reading this! Hope to meet you all one day somewhere on the road!