Nemost - Beasts And Bullies video promotion

  • Imperative PR are pleased to announce that we will be working with French melodic death metal band Nemost, to help promote their new promo video for the track ‘Beasts And Bullies’ – taken from their acclaimed album As The Ocean Burns.

    The band have made dramatic strides since the release of As The Ocean Burns, touring Europe with Diabolical and Facebreaker, playing a prestigious Paris show with Leprous and receiving an enviable amount of praise from the worldwide metal press. Two Guys Metal Reviews went so far as to declare Nemost “the future of melodeath”; and with the way in which Nemost combine masterful musicianship, punishing heaviness, progressive thinking and all-encompassing atmosphere, who’s to say they’re wrong?

    Further information:

    The Nemost story began in 2005, in the suburbs of Paris. Drawn together by a common desire to fuse the power of melodic death metal with a modern, progressive approach the band members worked tirelessly to hone their skills and develop their craft. A self titled, three track demo emerged in 2008 and then the band through all their energies into the creation of their first, full length album. The Shadow’s Trail was self released by the band in 2010, a finely produced and superbly played statement of intent that immediately impressed the waiting metal media.

    Metal Impact Magazine declared the album to be “full of interesting ideas and accomplished” while the world renowned Rock Hard Magazine named Nemost their ‘breakthrough band of the month’. In fact, such was the acclaim and positive response to The Shadow’s Trail that Great Dane Records snapped the band up and re-released the album, giving it widespread distribution throughout France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. The band were also rewarded with numerous equipment endorsements and the stand out track from The Shadow’s Trail, ‘Sardanapale’ gained airplay on MTV.

    Despite all the success that they had garnered with The Shadow’s Trail, Nemost were not content to rest on their laurels. They knew that changes had to be made in order for the band to keep progressing. Arnold Petit (Vocals) and Thomas Krajewski (Bass Guitars) were all recruited to join Samuel Eymonym (Guitars) and Thybo Saz'Rain (Drums) before work began on their second album, the game changing As The Ocean Burns.

    Initially released in conjunction with Metalian Magazine, As The Ocean Burns was then picked up by Dooweet Records and re-issued with three bonus tracks. The critical response that has followed has been little short of phenomenal...

    Initially released in conjunction with Metalian Magazine, As The Ocean Burns was then picked up by Dooweet Records and re-issued with three bonus tracks. The critical response that has followed has been little short of phenomenal...

    “As The Ocean Burns could be the future of melodeath…” – TWO GUYS METAL REVIEWS
    “…aggressive, brutal and melodic...” – ZWARE METALEN
    “...far more compelling than its predecessor... impressive growth and increased maturity...” – HEAVY SOUND
    “...dark atmospheres, impressive bass lines and incisive drums...” – PEST WEBZINE
    “...mastery and flawless consistency...” – LES IMMORTELS
    “...a wealth of rare intelligence...” – SPIRIT OF METAL
    “...a fluid and beguiling landscape of originality...” – RING MASTER REVIEWS

    Riding the wave of appreciation from the metal press, NEMOST headed out on their first European tour with Diabolical and Facebreaker; stunning audiences throughout France, Belgium, Germany and the Czech Republic with their breathtaking live performances. With new guitarist Bruno Jarles joining their ranks, the summer of ’16 will see the band heading out to perform at the prestigious Metal Days festival in Slovenia – one of the premier events on the European summer festival circuit.

    Genre: Meloidic Death Metal
    For fans of: In Falmes | Dark Tranquillity | Opeth

    Line-up:

    Arnold Petit - Vocals
    Samuel Eymonym - Guitars
    Thybo Saz'Rain- Drums
    Thomas Krajewski - Bass Guitars
    Bruno Jarles – Guitars


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