Symphonic metal fire-starters AD INFINITUM continue their triumphant march to conquer your mind! Today, the band emphasizes their magnificent mysticism by revealing an atmospheric music video for “Fire And Ice”, cut from their marvelous debut album, Chapter I: Monarchy.
The video was taken from a very special concert in order to satiate the desire for dearly missed live performances, and even showcases some exclusive behind the scenes material. The full show will be available for streaming beginning October 9.
“Fire And Ice” marks another epos that represents the band’s diversity and passion for what love doing the most. The energetic and equally melodic tunes of the vigorous ballad perfectly illustrate the heart-wrenching tones of AD INFINITUM.
AD INFINITUM on “Fire And Ice”:
“2020 started with its amount of disappointments. Our plans got cancelled and we were very sad that we couldn’t present our debut album the way we initially wanted to. But in the end not being able to play live shows in front of an audience forced us to be more creative and to produce more content to share with the world! And that’s what we did. "Fire and Ice" is the first result of this work. Other surprises will come later this year including a complete live show on October 9th!”
With Chapter I: Monarchy, AD INFINITUM put a spell on the world and surge right into the heart of epic symphonic metal with full force. The spellbinding debut grabs your demons by the horns with an intoxicating symbiosis of boasting, energetic and uncompromising metal, set atop a rousing journey throughout history - escaping the Black Death and transporting you to another era.
Melissa Bonny’s multi-faceted vocals fill every fiber of the anthemic “Demons” - from powerful, fragile highs to deep growls, the track will send shivers down your spine while “Marching On Versailles” breaks in with thrashing drums and stormy guitar riffs. Charismatic singer Melissa Bonny, known from RAGE OF LIGHT and as the Queen of the Damned with the WARKINGS, casts a spell over her audience. Her finely differentiated spectra spanning crystal clear vocals and deep, vibrant growls emphasize the symphonic soundscapes with vigor.