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Friday, February 28, 2020

Ad Infinitum - "See You In Hell" [Metal & X-Core]

See You In Hell

"See You In Hell" music video by Ad Infinitum
Added: 28-02-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : AD INFINITUM - See You In Hell (Official Video) | Napalm Records

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AD INFINITUM on “See You In Hell”:
“We are very excited to share this second song which offers a very different atmosphere and dynamic than what you heard with Marching On Versailles. The dark and dramatic symphony of a heartbroken murderer.”

Album out April 3rd

Produced by Oliver Philipps
Mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen

Video by Ralf Leitner productions -

Adrian Salchner
Andrea Schöbel
Nadège Taverney
Bianca Klingseisen
Jonas Asplind
Adrian Thessenvitz
Niklas Müller
Melissa Bonny

Special thanks to Dominik Steindl (filming) and Sandra Strele (makeup)

Melissa Bonny: Vocals
Adrian Thessenvitz: Guitars
Jonas Asplind: Bass
Niklas Müller: Drums


With the breakup of the neo-prog group Cathedral, keyboardist Todd Braverman formed Ad Infinitum with the dream of recreating the sound of an early-1970s progressive rock band along the likes of Yes and Genesis. Advertising in the Village Voice, Braverman met guitarist, songwriter, and fellow prog rock fanatic Craig Wall. While working various day jobs, the duo added keyboardist/vocalist Ilan Goldman. Finally, through another ad, Mike "Goose" Seguso joined the band as an additional vocalist. Working together for four years, Ad Infinitum recorded on instruments long abandoned by most rock musicians but essential to the prog rock sound, such as Hammond organs, Mellotrons, and Moog synthesizers. The resulting album was, as promised, a letter-perfect re-creation of the heyday of progressive rock with epic tracks, complex instrumentation, and time shifts.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Ad Infinitum