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Los Angeles/London based gothic rock band, Die So Fluid have released another video featuring the song, Nightmares which is on their new album, The Opposites of Light. Die So Fluid explain about the song, “Nightmares” is the epic opening track on our new album The Opposites Of Light. It’s about a battle between good and evil, recognising and confronting a negative force and moving it on. It’s dark imagery lends itself to the horror themed video we created for it. We will be promoting The Opposites Of Light on the road in the US January onwards. Watch our social media for imminent announcements!” Check it out here:

“Maybe you can turn yourself into a force strong enough to be the one haunting the dreams of your nemesis”.Grog says about the song. I love this track and the sound of Die So Fluid. This power trio have successfully blended everything from punk, metal and rock influences and have created their own unique style of music.

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~ Marisol

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Los Angeles/London based gothic rock band, Die So Fluid are set to release a new album, The Opposites of Light in the US later this year. To get you revved up for it, check out the music video they just released for their track, Landslides which is off the forthcoming album. . Check out the video here:

Landslides’ is a track from the darker, more introspective side of our new album ‘The Opposites Of Light’. The song is about intense desire and loyalty. The video is an emotional and psychedelic trip into a shamanic desert scene highlighting the dream-time qualities of the song. The lyrics were partly inspired by my fascination with Carlos Castaneda, a kind of cult leader who wrote books about shamanism. Narrated in first person, they have sold millions but some critics say they’re works of fiction. He had three female followers who lived with him, changed their names, and cut off ties to family and the outside world. They mysteriously disappeared after his own death. The remains of one of these women was found in Death Valley near where her abandoned car had been discovered. I directed this video myself and used a Go Pro camera that a very generous Die So Fluid fan gave me. We filmed it at the magical Vasquez Rocks where Star Trek was shot, I’m lucky to live nearby. I just let the ancient land speak to me and the visions flow. Grog (Die So Fluid)

Stay tuned for more album news and check out the tour dates in Finland for September:

  • September 3rd – Tampere, Finland – Yo-Talo
  • September 4th – Kuopio, Finland – Henry’s Pub
  • September 5th – Helsinki, Finland – LeBonk
  • September 6th – Jyvaskyla, Finland – Musta Kynnys
  • September 7th – Lahti, Finland – Torvi

Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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Los Angeles/London based gothic rock band, Die So Fluid are set to release a new album in the US later this year. To get you revved up for it, check out the music video for their song, Black Blizzard which will be on the forthcoming album. The video was directed by David Kenny and has a great dark cinematic style that grabs you. Check out the video here:

Black Blizzard was inspired by the Dust Bowl tragedy of the 1930s. It’s referred to as a natural disaster but it was caused by man. Nature is wild and untamable, and my character in the video is the storm personified-bringing wrath after she has been abused and disrespected. – Grog (Die So Fluid)

The song highlights the powerful vocals of Grog and is rich in tones and excellent use of the exotic and Middle Eastern sounds. I love it’s dramatic effect and I look forward to the new album.

Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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