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The Silent Rage releases ‘Crows Fly Back’ video 

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The Silent Rage has released a video for ‘Crows Fly Back’, fifth single taken from the latest album ‘Nuances of Life’ released in May 2023 through Scarlet Records.

Produced by Fotis Benardo (Nightfall, Septicflesh, Melechesh);mastered by George Nerantzis at Devasoundz Studios (Pain Of Salvation, Abbath, Nightrage); wonderfully illustrated by Giannis Nakos/Remedy Art Design; featuring the special guests Stu Block (Into Eternity, ex Iced Earth), Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin (Jag Panzer) and Bob Katsionis (Stray Gods, ex Firewind); FFO: Judas Priest, Iced Earth, Primal Fear, Brainstorm, Nevermore; ‘Nuances of Life’ has been released in the following formats:

-vinyl (limited edition)

-digipak CD


The Silent Rage is finally returning to deliver their flawless, hefty, fist-pumping melodic power metal.

‘Nuances of Life’ combines the characteristic sound of classic metal, filled with blazing riffs and impressive melodies, combined with catchy and blistering vocal lines – courtesy of extraordinary new frontman Michalis Rinakakis.

Lyrically wise, ‘Nuances of Life’ deals with spreading out the deepest, well-hidden human emotions: tales about mighty heroes and distant lands as well as everyday issues that leave a deep scar in our hearts.

Get ready to a non-stop exciting headbanging experience!

Nuances of Life’ tracklist:

1 The Serpent Lord
2 Code of Destruction
3 Carve Your Rage
4 Crows Fly Back
5 Another Fallen Dreamland (feat. Stu Block)
6 Scarlet Dawn (feat. Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin)
7 The Man in the Mirror
8 Exhaling Fear
9 Ghost of a Wayward God
10 Black Monday (feat. Bob Katsionis)
11 Nuances of Life
12 Defy the Headhunters (CD bonus track)

The Silent Rage:
Michalis Rinakakis – vocals
Nikos Siglidis – guitar, vocals
Nikos Sarbanis – guitar
George Haniotakis – bass
Stamatis Katsafados – drums

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