Video: Our Future Line by Gone In April!

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RockmusicRaider Video - Gone In April - Threads of Existence - As Hope Welcomes DeathThe US-based band Gone in April continue to work on the success and successful implementation of their 2016 record Threads of Existence. The band around Julie Bélanger Roy already issued a very well-crafted video called As Hope Welcomes Death not quite a year ago. This one dealt with deathly matters of the straightforward, earthly kind, if we can call it that.

Now, their latest concoction Our Future Line touches upon the realms of parental abuse, isolation, desolation, nightmarish visions and their creatures that haunt you along the way. The video tells a pretty gruesome, gory and tough story, based on one of the record’s best track. 

The clip was shot at the beautiful location of Ozone Falls near Crossville, TN.Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Video: As Hope Welcomes Death by Gone In April!

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RockmusicRaider Video - Gone In April - Threads of Existence - As Hope Welcomes DeathDo you remember Gone In April? Back in 2016 the US/Canadian band unchained their sophomore album Threads of Existence. A sturdy, yet dark Gothic and Symphonic Metal piece that garnered quite some attention in the RockmusicRaider officescape.

Well, they continued to work on their material and just unlocked the doors to their new video As Hope Welcomes Death – located at mid-point in the track list. Shot in a pretty dramatic, action-laden World War II inspired setting, the clip captures the essence of the track really well. A great screen performance, combined with a sound that fits the action. Well done!

‘Nuff said, check it out:

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Gone In April – Threads of Existence (2016) – Review

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RockmusicRaider Review - Gone in April - Threads of Existence - Album CoverKnoxville, TN, huh? In the bible belt? Not necessarily known for its abundance in metal bands. But here is the Canadian/American band Gone In April featuring their sophomore full length album Threads of Existence that just got released this early 2016.

And they do not opt for the easy road: They’re offering a Gothic laden Symphonic Metal style that will make you hit the back button, when you just wanted to skip the record and move on. And yes, I know there is Speed, Folk and Thrash Metal in there too and it is veering into Cinematic on some of the tracks. But most the general undertone is definitely Gothic and Symphonic Metal. And I’d think their style is soft enough to please the Gothic crowd, but will not find a lot of foothold with the die-hard metalheads.Got hooked? Raid this some more...