Terminal Function Deliver a 360 Video

Swedish djent /tech metallers Terminal Function have released ‘The End Delivered’ as a 360 video – One where you can watch the video from several different angles simply by dragging your cursor or finger across your screen or clicking the arrows in the upper left of the video screen.

Guitarist Stefan Aaronson said, “Being a tech-metal band, we’re obviously very nerdy about the technical aspects of our music, as well as the more technological side of all the gear we use. We wanted to explore new and exciting ways of making a music video (this being our very first) and when we got our hands on a 360 camera, we did just that.

“You can now take a virtual tour of the Soundfraction Studios where our new EP The Great Liberator was recorded and get a unique experience of (virtually) being inside the room where the music was conceived, rehearsed and recorded. Watch all the drum hits David is playing, study Stefan and Mikael’s guitar finger settings up close or just stare into the abyss that is Victor, the singer’s crazy eyes. Take your pick! We hope that you’ll enjoy it! Mobile watching is recommended.”

The End Delivered’ is featured on The Great Liberator available through Stupid Dream Records.

“We’ve really come to enjoy the shorter EP format since it enables us to get more music out to our fans, more often. Right after we released our previous EP Krakstören in October last year, we started writing and rehearsing what would form The Great Liberator,”Aaronson continued “Me and Mikael usually write and do pre-productions of new songs in our home studios and we upload them to the cloud for the whole band to listen and discuss. If the band is in agreement, we take the riffs to the rehearsal studio and start putting the songs together.”

You can watch the video right here at Ramzine and The Great Liberator can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon.

 

 

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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