We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Voodoo Terror Tribe’s new live video for their song “Lady in the Wall” (watch it below), shot during the “15 Years of Revolution” Tour with Ill Nino. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album The Sun Shining Cold, which is scheduled to be released on November 11th.
Voodo Terror Tribe drummer T-Bone comments:
“‘Lady in the Wall’ is a tune that I and our guitarist EMiR originally wrote long time ago, and then our singer Gil finalized the lyrics and vocal melodies just before going into recording. But it received its finishing touches in the studio with our producer Cristian Machado. Cristian was throwing around the term ‘haunted metal’ at the time, and so we ran with that; a tale of harassment at the hands of a ghost…”
Voodoo Terror Tribe’s 10-track album, The Sun Shining Cold, delivers in-your-face hard rock anthems, soaring ballads and alt-metal scorchers – all individually unique and dynamic in their delivery. Produced by Cristian Machado of cult-favorite hard rock/metal group Ill Nino, The Sun Shining Cold was recorded at Sound Wars Studios in Hoboken, NJ and mixed at Fuel Music Studios in Anaheim, CA.
Cristian Machado recognized the raw talent within the band and knew they had something special to offer to the rock scene. “This album is possibly one of the best metal albums I’ve ever been a part of,” states Machado. “You don’t always get to work with such talented musicians who just so happen to be mature and dedicated to bringing something fresh to the evolution of the genre. I comfortably refer to them as ‘haunted metal’ but in all honesty they are a new breed of metal yet to be heard under this style and context. In my heart of hearts, I truly believe they are here to contribute an impressive approach and styling to the evolution of metal.”