Angra Premiere “Magic Mirror” Music Video

Angra have premiered a new video for their song “Magic Mirror.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Ømni.”

The following was said about the clip:

“Inspired by the acidity of Rafael Bittencourt’s questioning lyrics, the director Pedro Jorge worked on the screenplay for “Magic Mirror” and portrayed its topic with subtlety and poetry. The video clip includes the presence of Jaqueline Oliveira and Jéssica Batista, two professional fighters and real warriors in their own lives.

The reflection from the magic mirror reveals that what bothers us in other people is in fact what we need to learn and understand about ourselves. Foes and people that we don’t have empathy for give us the opportunity to discover a shocking pathway of personal growth.”

Rafael Bittencourt also commented:

“For this video clip I wanted to show that what we see in the others is actually something inside us.”

Felipe Andreoli added:

“Filming the video clip for ‘Magic Mirror’ was really important to the band because it’s one of my favourite songs from the new record and also because I thought that it had to have a video clip that represented it. We recorded it in a very nice and creative location and I especially like the fighter scenes in the end that show that they’re only one person.”

Angra Premiere New Video For “Black Widow’s Web” Feat. Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) & Sandy

Angra have premiered a new video for their song “Black Widow’s Web.” The track, which features Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and Brazilian singer Sandy, appears on the band’s latest album “Ømni.”

Angra Premiere Lyric Video For “Black Widow’s Web” Feat. Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy)

Angra have premiered a lyric video for their song “Black Widow’s Web.” The track, which features Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and Brazilian singer Sandy, appears on the band’s latest album “Ømni.”

More Artists Added To 2018 Levitation Festival

More artists have been confirmed for the 2018 Levitation Festival in Austin, TX. The event will take place across various venues in the city on April 26-29, and it will include Ministry, Russian Circles, Electric Wizard, Chelsea Wolfe, OM, and more. You can find the full updated lineup below:

April 26: Ty Segall, Parquet Courts, Dead Meadow, Windhand, Ruby The Hatchet, A Giant Dog, Christian Bland & The Revelators, Relaxer, and Lake Of Fire.

April 27: Electric Wizard, Panda Bear, Ty Segall, Ariel Pink, DIIV, Russian Circles, Suuns, Föllakzoid, Ron Gallo, Golden Dawn Arkestra, The Men, Imarhan, L.A. Witch, Geologist, The Well, Vive La Void, Vuelveteloca, JJUUJJUU, Lou Rebecca, and Superfonicos.

April 28: Slowdive, Ministry, Thee Oh Sees, The Make-Up, Om, Chelsea Wolfe, Dan Deacon, S U R V I V E, Baths, Boogarins, Octopus Project, La Luz, The Garden, Omni, True Widow, No Joy, Holy Wave, Tijuana Panthers, Stonefield, Botany, Mien, Dallas Acid, Al Lover, Vuelveteloca, Tajak, Pearl Earl, Hidden Ritual, Soundfounder, Butcher Bear, and Limalo.

April 29: The Black Angels, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Thee Oh Sees, Waxahatchee, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Wooden Shjips, Acid Mothers Temple, Bedouine, Pow!, Dream Decay, Prettiest Eyes, St37, and Amplified Heat.