The Brazilian power metal band Trend Kill Ghosts has just released the video clip of the acoustic version of the song “Promisse”, which has the special participation of singer Priscylla Moreno.
The single is now available on all digital platforms.
“Promise” is an old song that was composed by guitarist Rogério Oliveira, in his first band and at the time it was recorded in a very precarious way.
“As I always liked this song a lot, I ended up introducing it to Diogo and we decided to rewrite it on the CD”, explains Rogério. The version is in the debut ‘Kill Your Ghosts’ with the participation of Lucia Ricardo (ex-Evendusk) and Raphael Dantas (Soul Spell and Ego Absence) and the video was recorded simultaneously with an acoustic version, with the participation of Priscylla Moreno (White Death) who did an incredible job on the song.
“Due to the Pandemic and the distance between us and Priscylla, we opted to make a more intimate clip, thus taking advantage of the music theme, because unfortunately Priscylla lives outside the state of SP and there was no way to make a clip with everyone together, but anyway, we really like the result, we are very anxious to show the final result to our fans and the general public “, said Rogério.
Formed in 2018, Trend Kill Ghosts brings together four friends: Diogo Nunes (vocals), Rogério Oliveira (guitar), Maurílio Vizin (bass) and Leandro Tristane (drums), who bet on power metal / melodic metal. Carrying a message through music to inspire people to kill their ghosts and pursue their goals. The band has several references to power metal, with names like Gamma Ray, Helloween, Avantasia, Edguy, Savatage and Stratovarius.
The debut album, “Kill your Ghosts”, which was released in July 2019 on all digital platforms, received great reviews from the specialized media and features cameos from Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear, former Gamma Ray and Tyran ‘Pace) in “Ghost’s Revolution”, Raphael Dantas (SoulSpell, Ego Abscence) and Lúcia Ricardo (EvenDusk) in “Promise”.
Trend Kill Ghosts are in the studio working on the second album and preparing to resume shows, opening for U.D.O and Symphony X in 2021.