The Night Flight Orchestra Premiere Animated Video For New Song “Gemini”

The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have premiered a new animated video for their new song “Gemini.” This track is from the band’s new album “Amber Galactic,” which will be released on May 19, via Nuclear Blast Records.

Björn Strid (Soilwork) told teamrock.com the following:

“Elia has done a terrific job capturing the vibe of this song with his amazing animations. He had one month to complete it and worked day and night. This video showcases a relationship drama set in space, with an epic twist. The colors and the characters are amazing and also very mysterious. My personal perception of the animation is a slight He-Man-goes-to-Russia feel (or is it She-Ra??). Absolutely fantastic! Enjoy!”

The Night Flight Orchestra Premiere Lyric Video For New Song “Midnight Flyer”

The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Midnight Flyer.” This track is from their new album “Amber Galactic,” which will be released on May 19, via Nuclear Blast Records.

The Night Flight Orchestra Reveal Details For New Album “Amber Galactic”

The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have revealed the details for their new album “Amber Galactic.” The effort will be released on May 19, via Nuclear Blast Records.

“Amber Galactic” Track Listing:

01. “Midnight Flyer”
02. “Star Of Rio”
03. “Gemini”
04. “Sad State Of Affairs”
05. “Jennie”
06. “Domino”
07. “Josephine”
08. “Space Whisperer”
09. “Something Mysterious”
10. “Saturn In Velvet”
11. “Just Another Night” (bonus track, limited-edition digipak, vinyl)
12. “Fly Tonight (Never Rewind)” (bonus track, Japan only)

The Night Flight Orchestra To Release “Amber Galactic” In May

The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, etc.) have revealed that their new album will be titled “Amber Galactic.” The effort will be released on May 19, via Nuclear Blast Records.

Björn Strid commented:

“‘Amber Galactic’ was made during late nights and way too early mornings, when sometimes, in the corner of your eye, you can catch a glimpse of another dimension, where all the women are heartbroken space commanders in evening gowns, the champagne is always free and the drugs won’t hurt you. We wanted to create more than just a listening experience, instead we want it to be an alternative reality. We hope that after listening to »Amber Galactic«, you’ll be wide-eyed, horny and slightly drunk.”

David Andersson added:

“Musicianship in itself is not interesting, neither are the technical aspects of creating music. The ideas and visions behind the music are the only things really worthy of in-depth discussions. We’ve all reached a point where we can all pretty much play and sing whatever we want. We didn’t talk much about chord changes or amplifiers during the recording sessions. But we spent a lot of time discussing Kierkegaard’s concept of anxiety, different vintages of sparkling wine, the psychoacoustic aspects of modulation, the innate superiority of women and why a pearl necklace always look better when whoever wears it has a bored expression on her face.”