VOODOO TERROR TRIBE Releases “Lady In The Wall” Live Music Video

Alternative hard rockers VOODOO TERROR TRIBE have unleashed a brand new live music video for their new track “Lady In The Wall” via New Noise Magazine! Check it out here: http://newnoisemagazine.com/voodoo-terror-tribe-lady-wall-video/
“Lady In The Wall” is cut from VOODOO TERROR TRIBE‘supcoming third full-length offering, entitled The Sun Shining Cold, out November 11, 2016. Produced by Ill Niño vocalist Cristian Machado, the 10-track album delivers in-your-face hard rock anthems, soaring ballads and alt-metal scorchers, all individually unique and dynamic in their delivery. The Sun Shining Cold is available for pre-order now via Bandcamp.
VOODOO TERROR TRIBE drummer T-Bone states, “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 recently posted two guitar playthroughs. Watch them here:

This past summer, the band released their  “City of Sixes” music video – directed by Scott Hansen (Motionless in White, A Day To Remember, We Came As Romans) and tallying over 130,000 views as of this month.


 Over the years, alternative hard rockers VOODOO TERROR TRIBE have made a name for themselves as a mainstay in the New York tri-state area and beyond. Their intense performances and diverse discography, which includes three EP’s and two full-lengths released between 2005 and 2014 (including 2009’s Symptoms of Sin recorded with Billy Graziadei [Biohazard, Suicide City]), have solidified the band as a premier talent amidst a sea of contemporaries.


 Formed by Emir Erkal on guitars (an Istanbul, Turkey native who moved to USA in order to take his musical career to the next level) and longtime friend T-Bone on drums, the duo later brought in Primer on bass and topped off their alt-metal sound with the masterfully vocalized emotional poetry by vocalist Gil PZ.


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