Istrian “ča” metalheads Po’ Metra Crijeva present their first music video for the song “Jure Grando” from their album “Ča Metal” which was released earlier this year via “Izdali smo Metal.”
The band’s sound could be described as heavy metal combined with an ancient traditional woodwind instrument sopile, and traditional Istrian harmonic singing. The song “Jure Grando” is about a first ever documented vampire named just as same as the song title, and about misterious happenings in an Istrian village Kringa during the 17th century. The music video was designed by JPTV who claim it should be a “weird video face that constantly changes, and sometimes sings the song as well”, while Marija Botić is responsible for the lips.
After the successful promotion of the album “Ča Metal” in Rijeka, Pula, and Koper, Po’ Metra Crijeva are looking forward to an active summer filled with live shows, interviews, filming music videos, and other fun stuff.