Tygers of Pan Tang premieres the music video for the “Destiny”, taken from the upcoming new release “Ritual”, which will be released on November 22nd, via Mighty Music Records.
After the successful two videos “White Lines” and “Damn You”, here it is the music video for the “Destiny”- this song is the most similar to the “White Lines”, it has that similar structure of riffs, sound, melody and vibe to it. It begins with blur sounds, and the powerful high vocals with the perfect chorus, and it is the great introduction to the song.
Groove riffs with the 80’s passion and vibe to it, gave the song just a good balance between the 80’s classical rock and modern production, making the the song a amazing experience for listeners. Great drum set that follows the riffs with the self’s rebellion anthem, added that catchy rhythm to the song.
Drummer Craig Ellis about the new music video/song:
“The song is about the unforeseen natural disasters that can happen almost without warning, leaving a huge impact on life. It’s also about the risks we take, be it gambling, in the hope that we become wealthy and the incredible yet crazy, adventurous things people do, not always knowing what’s at the end of the adventure. Many of these things are reflected in the accompanying video. When either Jack or I hit a stumbling block we share what we have – having completed the verses and bridges I passed it to Jack who completed it with the chorus. ”
Vocalist Jack Meille states this about the new song/music video:
“I remember when I got the demo version of this song: a live take with Craig singing the verses. I read the lyrics and the line “this is my destiny, written in stone for me” instinctively came to my mind. I still don’t know why and I probably don’t want to know it; I rather be surprised every time this magic happens!”
“Ritual” will be their second album with Mighty Music and also the second recording by the current line-up. The album was recorded at ex Tygers’ guitarist Fred Purser’s studio in Newcastle Upon Tyne and mixing and additional production was again conducted by Soren Andersen, most recently known for his role as Glenn Hughes’ guitarist. Mastering done by Harry Hess (Harem Scarem).
Robb Weir – guitars
Jacopo Meille – vocals
Micky Crystal – guitars
Gav Gray – bass
Craig Ellis – drums & percussion
Check out the premiere for the music video for “Destiny”, here: