KRAMPUS: New Song 'Paralysis' Released

KRAMPUS: New Song 'Paralysis' Released

"Paralysis", a brand new track from Italian folk metallers KRAMPUS, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below. The track was produced by Tommy Vetterli (ELUVEITIE, CORONER) and features guest musicians Merlin Sutter and Chrigel Glanzmann of ELUVEITIE on drums and uilleann pipes.

KRAMPUS found its own sound with the new material, mixing modern influences and keeping its unique folk instrumentation alive at the same time — one of only a handful of bands successful in doing so. Not only are they out to upend a whole genre, but they're taking on old conventions as well. Rather than jumping through hoops to get the necessary financing for a full album production and risking limitations and deadlines, they picked the best of a year's worth of writing and went on to produce those songs on their own — completely independent from any record label. Taking it another step further, KRAMPUS decided to release their new material to the public just weeks after recording — for free.

Comments the band: "We are extremely excited to share with you 'Paralysis', the very first brand new KRAMPUS track, produced with Tommy Vetterli at New Sound Studio just weeks ago and now available to you, for free. We hope you enjoy it and encourage you to play, download, and share however much you like!"


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