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Italian alternative/grunge/progressive rock outfit Euthymia releases a cover of Massive Attack’s »Angel«

Italian alternative/grunge/progressive rock outfit Euthymia has released a music video for Massive Attack cover »Angel«.

Directed by Walter Di Bello.
Screenplay by Vito Tambasco.
Choreography and dance by Anna Claudia Veneri.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Edoardo Di Vietri at Hexagonlab Studios.

Courtesy of Angels PR Music Promotion:

Euthymia- »Angel« is a cover of a song by Massive Attack, contained in the album »Mezzanine«. is a remake in a prog key. doom.

»Angel« intones the angry, degraded and irreversibly sick song of an obsessive, cutting love, as violent as it is sincere in the expression of sensations so surreal yet, paradoxically, never so human.

The glory and positive inspiration that can spring from the purity and luminosity of the very concept of love, in itself, becomes all-encompassing torment. An angel of joy transforms into a dark messenger of inner death not yet seen in the horizons of the subconscious, a situation probably due to the awareness of being indisposed or, in some way, unable to reach the supreme summit of spiritual union.

Photo by Denise Galdo

The feminine essence of the unattainable shines through in palpable evidence seen with the eye of the self-destructive protagonism of a probably male soul and aware of being attracted by an immaterial orgy of unverifiable convictions (who can confirm that this angel came really “to bring love”? Can it be taught to love? Is it really possible to inoculate the seed of the very concept of love if not through one’s personal convictions, matured only at the end of self-cognitive processes that are anything but easy to assimilate?

Euthymia is:
Vito Tambasco – Vocals
Edoardo Di Vietri – Guitar
L Hell O Marra – Bass, Synth
Denis Citera – Drums

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Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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