JINJER Releases Intense Music Video For “The Prophecy”

Alive In Melbourne Pre-Orders Available Now Order HERE

Sticking their heads in the sand during a pandemic has never been an option for Ukrainian groove metal juggernaut JINJER. Instead of drowning in self-pity and using the current global situation as an excuse to be lazy, the band has not only unleashed the ferocious new video to their 6th single, “The Prophecy“, today, but have also announced that they will be making videos for the remaining three songs off of their critically acclaimed breakthrough album, Macro.

Eugene, JINJER bassist, comments: “When we wrote “The Prophecy” in 2019, little did we know that it would prophesize things to come in 2020 … the entire screwed up, scary and confusing year all wrapped up in our brand new single. That being said – we are not only very excited for this new video, but to also announce that we will release videos for all tracks from our Macro album. It‘s the very least we can do in these strange times!”

JINJER are currently gearing up for the release of their very first official live album: Alive In Melbourne, to be released on November 20, 2020 via Napalm Records. Alive In Melbourne was recorded during the sold out debut Macro Australia Tour in March 2020, just days before Covid-19 stopped JINJER‘s world tour in its tracks and changed all of our lives collectively forever.

Alive In Melbourne is now available for pre-order and will be released in various lavish limited editions, listed below.

Alive In Melbourne Tracklist:

  1. Intro
  2. Teacher, Teacher!
  3. Sit Stay Roll Over
  4. Ape
  5. Judgement & Punishment
  6. I Speak Astronomy
  7. Who Is Gonna Be The One
  8. Noah
  9. Retrospection
  10. Perennial
  11. On The Top
  12. Pit Of Consciousness
  13. Home Back
  14. Words Of Wisdom
  15. Pisces
  16. Captain Clock
  17. Outro

JINJER is:
Vocals: Tatiana Shmayluk
Guitar: Roman Ibramkhalilov
Bass: Eugene Abdukhanov
Drums: Vlad Ulasevich

About Kennedy McBride 12 Articles
Former radio host for Clear Channel, who learned she hates country music and barely tolerates classic rock, which is why I now work behind the scenes for Women of Metal and Insane Realm Radio.

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