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Thursday, January 30, 2020

Dynazty - "Presence Of Mind" [Metal & X-Core]

Presence Of Mind

"Presence Of Mind" music video by Dynazty
Added: 30-01-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : DYNAZTY - Presence Of Mind (2020) // Official Music Video // AFM Records

Taken from the album "The Dark Delight" out 03.04.2020
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Video production company: Eva Lingon Ltd.
Director: Tage Rönnqvist
Director of photography: Rasmus Tåg
Chief lighting technician: Klosse Wistbacka
First assistant camera: Anders Lönnfeldt
Key grip: Magnus Wikström
Best boy: Niklas Laurin
Make up: Mira Luhtala

Editing and grading: Rasmus Tåg

Record label: AFM Records Germany

Thanks: Joonas Schwartzberg - Canon Finland
Kalle Mörck - Canon Sweden
Mats Hästbacka - Hire Rentals
Jyri Keskinen - Magnum Live
Daniel Sundqvist - Deili Rental
Anders Englund - Frontline Audio
Jouni Kärki - Kaapelitehdas
Kinos Rentals Oy
EM Nordic
Backline Rental Finland


A Swedish melodic hard rock and metal outfit with a knack for pairing classic NWOBHM sonic architecture with European-style power and progressive metal bombast, Stockholm's Dynazty emerged in 2007 and quickly became notable players in the crowded Scandinavian heavy music scene. Established by guitarists Love Magnusson and John Berg, the group eventually expanded into a five-piece with the additions of drummer Georg Härnsten Egg, bassist Joel Fox Apelgren, and powerhouse vocalist Nils Molin. 2009's Bring the Thunder served as the band's introduction, but it was 2011's Knock You Down and 2012's Sultans of Sin that caught the heavy metal community's attention, with the latter LP arriving in the midst of the group's almost-successful run on that year's Melodifestivalen, Sweden's annual Eurovision qualifying music competition. The group inked a deal with Spinefarm Records for their fourth studio effort, 2013's Renatus, which saw Dynazty leaning harder into the power side of the metal spectrum and featured a re-tooled lineup (Berg was replaced by new six-stringer Mikael Lavér and Jonathan Olsson took over bass duties from Apelgren). Three years later the band returned with the aptly named Titanic Mass, which added symphonic elements to the mix. The band relocated to AFM Records for album number six, 2018's hard-charging Firesign.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Dynazty