Friday, July 1, 2022

Vessel’s Midnight Strike

Midnight Strike’ is the new single from Israelian rock band Vessel  is out now on all digital platforms, and shows a different side to them whilst retaining their traditional metal roots.
‘Midnight Strike’ is a powerful and emotional rock ballad about memories, life, and death; and the decisive moment to make a change,” revealed the band. “Time runs out for all of us and the ticking of the clock marks the beginning and the end. What will you do when the clock hands approach the zero hour? With whom would you like to be when the time comes?”

You can pre-order/add/save ‘Midnight Strike’ from Golden Robot Records here and check out the video here at RAMzine.

Emerging back in early 2018 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, Vessel began by covering their greatest influences in hard rock and heavy metal, but soon after, committed to playing their own original material. 

Through Vessel, Bruno V Passy (vocals), Ariel Maman (guitars), Mark ‘Deadfish’ Preis (bass) and Mor Harpazi (drums), found themselves on a journey of seeking to modernise the old school heavy metal we all love.

Apparently, they believe hard rock and metal took a wrong turn somewhere in history, and they are on their way to straighten the wheel and make their old idols proud. 
We’re talking influences such as Judas Priest, WASPAC/DCDio, Sabbath and Maiden here, and you can verify that for yourselves via their previous single‘Misguided’, by checking out the video for it here at RAMzine, and if you like it purchasing it here.

The single is intended to make you feel like you’ve been invited into their rehearsal room. It tells a story about choices and a new perspective of the devil as a necessary and misunderstood side of God.

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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