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Invisible Control shares news single “Sons of the Damned”
The Brazilian death metal band Invisible Control releases this Thursday, January 13, “Sons of the Damned”, the first single from their debut album. The song is accompanied by a lyric video created by the artist Alcides Burn and is now available on all streaming platforms and on youtube through Xaninho Discos. “The song brings a very strong theme, and maybe many people are not aware of these events”, says vocalist Daniela Serafim. In 2021, in Canada, the discovery of the remains of indigenous children came to light, in shallow graves, near Catholic churches and in their surroundings, especially near schools and boarding schools, where it was considered a residence for these indigenous children. Priests and nuns made them forget and lose all their culture, all their essence, judging them as sinful and worldly, distorting the whole truth and brainwashing children, that is, a cultural genocide. Children who did not obey, refused, or could not adapt to these new imposed customs were tortured and killed. These children were forcibly taken from their families. After people became aware of such crimes, some churches were set on fire as a form of protest, revolt and search for justice. “This single has the Lyric video format, to focus on its lyrics and images that portray exactly all these barbaric crimes that happened for years, being also a form of protest and solidarity with all indigenous families who have been and are going through tragedies. like this one”, says Daniela Serafim. Presenting a combination of technique, aggression, melody, and intensity without being bound by labels, Invisible Control has become a solid project and is working on the long-awaited debut album, entitled 'Created in Chaos', which will feature eight original tracks, and will be mixed and mastered by the renowned Martin Furia, who has worked on Nervosa, Eskröta and BARK albums. Martin was recently announced as the new guitarist for the band Destruction. “I am very excited to work with one of the most promising bands in the Brazilian scene today”, comments Martin Fúria.