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Thursday, June 18, 2020

The 69 Eyes - "Change" [Metal & X-Core]

Change

"Change" music video by The 69 Eyes
Added: 18-06-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : THE 69 EYES - Change (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

From the album, WEST END, out worldwide. 


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'WEST END' is out now via Nuclear Blast!

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Composed by Bazie/Timo-Timo/Jyrki 69
Lyrics by Jyrki 69
Arranged by The 69 Eyes & Johnny Lee Michaels
Produced by Johnny Lee Michaels
From the album West End

Directed by Vicente Cordero / Industrialism Films
Video Footage Provided by: Anabel D Flux, Dusty Grave and The Whiskey A Go Go

VISIT THE 69 EYES:
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The 69 Eyes are a dramatic goth metal band from Finland, with a dash of punk in their attitude and a sound that mixes polish with power. Drawing influence from bands like Motörhead, the Stooges, the Dead Boys, and the Doors, as well as movies like The Crow, The Lost Boys, and The Matrix, the band dabbled in glam metal-influenced, guitar-fueled decadence on early recordings like 1995's Savage Garden. Just a few years later, though, as evidenced by 2000's Blessed Be, the songs and the production showed much stronger goth leanings, and by 2009's Back in Blood, the goth stylings were strengthened by a hard-hitting industrial undercurrent that packed a much stronger punch.

Tags : 2020, 20s, The 69 Eyes

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