Jinjer Premiere “Home Back” Music Video

Jinjer have premiered a new video for their song “Home Back.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Macro.”

Bassist Eugene Abdukhanov commented:

“War… War never changes and it never stops. No matter how much grief, misery, suffering and pain it brings there will always be individuals who either reap the benefits or just relish in it’s power. They will drive others to march and kill in the name of… for the sake of… if we look really closer… nothing. It is really hard for me to embrace how people in the 21st century still believe that there is something to fight for on any battlefield.

We all depend on a few major economies in the world and their national currencies. We all are at keystrokes length through the Internet. And yet… every day people are driven to kill their true brothers and sisters on our one and common land we call Earth. Then 2020 comes around and there is a glimmer of hope that this might be a turning point.

That a common threat will unite all of us and this might be the beginning of a new era… but no. They still march and kill. Every war is a tragedy and a crime against humanity in my opinion. No matter what your beliefs or ideologies are, nothing justifies taking homes, health and lives of innocent children who inevitably suffer in every military conflict. Imagine hundreds of thousands of refugee children around the globe screaming at once: I want my home back!”

Watch Jinjer’s Full “Alive In Melbourne” Set

Jinjer have shared footage of their entire March 5, 2020 show at Max Watt’s House Of Music in Melbourne, Australia. That set is now available as a new live album titled “Alive In Melbourne.”

Eugene Abdiukhanov commented:

“When this idea first came about, never could I imagine that it would grow into the project that it has become. First it was supposed to be a single video or maybe 1 or 2 more, then it was meant to be an online concert video for Knotfest.com …. and now, after 6 months of planning, reacting and fighting to get this little piece of heavy metal history out to our fans and friends: Alive In Melbourne is out!

From picking the cover artist Gabriel Nicoletti, to writing the very intense and personal band history in the linear notes … this album was not only something that I felt that our fans deserved in these strange times but it also helped me get through some of my own darkest times during the first Covid-19 lockdown. This was a moment in time that none of us will forget anytime soon.”

Jinjer Premiere “Retrospection” Live Video

Jinjer have premiered a new live video for their song “Retrospection.“ The clip was recorded during the band’s March 5, 2020 show at Max Watt’s House Of Music in Melbourne, Australia. That set will be released as a live album titled “Alive In Melbourne” on November 20. Eugene Abdukhanov commented:

“It‘s still pretty incredible that 4 Ukrainians travelled 14,770 km just to sing in their native language… to the welcoming ears, eyes and open arms of Melbourne. This night will forever be burned in our hearts and the beat of ‘Retrospection‘ fit that night like never before. Shows like this should happen each time we perform and we cannot wait to get back on tour to make sure that happens every night. Until then just enjoy this moment in time called ‘Alive In Melbourne‘.”

Jinjer Premiere “The Prophecy” Music Video

Jinjer have premiered a new video for their song “The Prophecy.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Macro.” Bassist Eugene Abdukhanov commented:

“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 Premiere “Sit Stay Roll Over” Live Video

Jinjer have premiered a new live video for their song “Sit Stay Roll Over.“ The clip was filmed during the band’s March 5, 2020 show at Max Watt’s House Of Music in Melbourne, Australia. That set will be released as a live album, titled “Alive In Melbourne,” on November 20. The group said the following about “Sit Stay Roll Over’:

“For some, ‘Sit Stay Roll Over‘ was the so-called ignition point where lots of fans first took notice of Jinjer – and it‘s still a burner today even though it sometimes gets lost between all our other tracks! It’s also one of the most technically complicated and extreme songs we’ve ever written, taking the band to the outer realms of death metal… Even after all these years of performing it countless times it still takes quite a lot of effort and concentration to play flawlessly live. We‘re pretty excited to have it put back to the forefront again on our upcoming live album!”

Jinjer To Release “Alive In Melbourne” In November

Jinjer will be releasing a new live album titled “Alive In Melbourne” on November 20. That effort was recorded during the band’s March 5, 2020 show at Max Watt’s House Of Music in Melbourne, Australia. You can find a live video for “Teacher, Teacher!” from that performance below:

“Alive In Melbourne” Track Listing:

01. “Intro”
02. “Teacher, Teacher!”
03. “Sit Stay Roll Over”
04. “Ape”
05. “Judgement & Punishment”
06. “I Speak Astronomy”
07. “Who Is Gonna Be The One”
08. “Noah”
09. “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 commented:

“Some shows just deserve to be carved in stone and memorialized forever. This was the case regarding our first ever Australian tour in March 2020, where we hit a few milestones all at once: we finally played on every continent there is to play on, our first time in down under was a complete sellout and more importantly we experienced the love, passion and craziness we’ve always heard so much about the Australian crowd.

Hell, there were even fans from New Zealand that showed up to the party. Now, after nearly half year of lockdown I can barely watch this footage without shedding a few tears. If any of you knew how much time, patience, nerves and effort we put into making this live album possible- you would probably be surprised we managed to pull it off at all.

Adversity kept coming and coming, and coming at us again and again but here we are ‘Alive In Melbourne‘ 2020 is real and it’s coming out in all it’s visual and sonic glory! Let’s watch it, listen to it and let’s remember how a real metal gig should look and sound: the sweat, the volume, the performance and the crowd … we need this feeling back! I am proud that we managed to capture this place in time and share it with you as our first official live album!”

Jinjer Announce Socially Distanced European Shows

Jinjer have booked some socially distanced shows in Germany and Switzerland. Here’s the dates:

09/17 Muenchen, GER – Backstage Werk
09/18 Aarbug, SWI – Musigburg
09/19 Wetzikon, SWI – Hall Of Fame
09/21 Moenchengladbach, GER – Strandkorb Open Air

Jinjer Premiere “Noah” Music Video

Jinjer have premiered a new video for their song “Noah.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Macro.”

Bassist Eugene Abdukhanov commented:

“Tatiana wrote “Noah” from the point of view of what if he did not succeed in perpetuating Life on Earth? Looks like we might find out sooner than we think! Times are scarier, tougher and stranger than ever. Our/your livelihood and everything we know and cherish are on the verge being swept away by a storm like nothing we’ve faced before.

Will we have our own modern day Ark? Will we manage to jump on board in time or has it already set sail? What will be left over after it‘s all said and done? These questions are torturing all of us right now and the future is disturbingly uncertain. But we will survive and will get through this, like we did during so many dark times before. Together. Strong and revitalized with a much better understanding of what we are.”

Watch Jinjer And Suicide Silence Members Cover Nirvana’s “Territorial Pissings”

Jinjer’s Tatiana Shmailyuk and Eugene Abdiukhanov recently teamed up with Suicide Silence’s Alex Lopez for a quarantine cover of Nirvana‘s “Territorial Pissings.” You can see footage of that below. This news comes after Jinjer and Suicide Silence postponed their spring tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.