The Chronicles of Manimal and Samara (TCOMAS) premieres the official music video for “Deus Ex Machina”, Greek Athenian tragedy presented by modern approach in metal/rock style!

British rock/metal duo The Chronicles of Manimal and Samara (TCOMAS) premieres the official music video for  the third song “Deus Ex Machina”, which can be viewed below – with the whole review of it.

Want to experience the dark sounds of metal/rock divinity – wrapped in the historical content and has a great story to tell? Then this is a song for song that is very complex and interesting, just unique and different from the other metal/rock songs that you heard before. The song starts with the heavy/deep riffs that present’s the story in sound perfectly, since the story is about Oedipus Rex or Oedipus the King an Athenian  Greek tragedy  by Sophocles, it’s one of the most greatest tragedies in classical literature – this song is ideological endeavor to revisit this greek tragedy – presented from the modern perspective  by the band  and they presented it in their special/unique way, their view of this story, that is a quite interesting journey while experiencing it. The band added some Persian sounds to it, accompanied by narrative and poetic presentation of this song, as well the vocals by Daphne Ang.


She presented the song in that majestic way – telling the story as it is, dark, vile and chaotic – which makes this song an ultimate theatrical experience, that talks about the man’s perennial struggle between fate and free will, that the listener will experience in the best artistic way. For those who like this kind of musical pretension, this is a true ride in historical manner, that the fans of this duo and new listeners will enjoy, every second of it.

This song is different from the historical songs of many bands that presented historical events in their songs, for example like Sabaton, they present the historical events in that euphoric way, just presenting the story and the historical event in that classical way, but with this duo/band it’s kind of different it’s about the poetic presentation of it, it’s just not storytelling, it’s a poetic performance with the music added to it, also a divine mind-blowing experience- that is not just  an ordinary historical story, it’s a true theatrical experience, an one of a kind art presentation in musical form, with the very well adapted images in the video – that follow the story in the right way.

Video edit is just flawless goes along with the whole story, that contains  the art and archaeology of the ancient world imagery – this shows that this duo did a fantastic job with the visual part of the video presenting the full historical experience and the full story like it is. The whole package of the deep heavy riffs with the tragic note to it, depressive dark sounds and of course the historical content of the song, excellent video adaption and adapted images in the video presents the full story with the unique/ special experience of divinity. It’s one of  a kind experience, through the historical  greek tragic story-line that will occupied every listener and viewer the whole time while listening to the song and experiencing it.


Learn and dive in into the sounds of historical events in rock/metal divinity.


The Chronicles of Manimal and Samara (TCOMAS) was formed in late 2019 by members Andrea Papi (Music composition; keyboard, electric bass & guitar) and Daphne Ang (Lyricist; vocals).


The London based duo are defining a new realm of sound where poetry and the spoken word meets electronic and rock.


Their music integrates the literary (poetry and literature) and the dramatic (Greek theatre) into a sonic space where electronic and rock coexist. Spoken passages alternated with lyrical poetry form the central element of the vocal component.


Their debut song “Atoms” was most notably featured by glamglare and Right Chord Music Blog. “Atoms” is air-playing by 14 radio stations around the world most notably SG1 RadioMetal Meyhem Radio, UK and 973FM Singapore.



Check out the premiere for the official music video of the “Deus Ex Machina”, here:


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