Video Pick: Λευκη Συμφωνια - Μεχρι τον θανατο | Lefki Symphonia - Until Death

Lefki Symphonia, greek new wave/post-punk/dark wave legendary band returns with a new single.


Lefki Symphonia, one of the main representatives of Greek dark rock music is back with a new single, "Μέχρι τον θάνατο (Until Death)". New single is taken out from their forthcoming new album. Their 5th full length album will be out by the end of 2019.

"Μέχρι τον θάνατο (Until Death)" is a song that keeps all these elements that made Lefki Symphonia the band that is today. Emotional, dark wave / post-punk, with strong but melodic guitar riffs and basslines, powerful beats and a dreamy voice, reminding me of my youth. Lefki Symphonia have managed to keep characteristics from their long history and past, and adopt them to the present darkest side of music. A new style for the Greek band, becoming so familiar with the known good parts of Lefki Symphonia.

Lefki Symphonia is a New wave/Gothic Rock/Darkwave band, formed in February 1984 in Athens, Greece. They recorded four albums, appeared in numerous compilations and toured in Greece, Spain, Roumania and Germany during 1986-2000. 

A reunion concert took place in 2017 and started touring major Greek cities, playing festivals and preparing the new 5th album.

"Μέχρι τον θάνατο (Until Death)" released on September 12th.

Info:

http://lefkisymphonia.gr

https://www.facebook.com/lefkisymphonia

https://lefkisymphonia.bandcamp.com/track/m-until-death

https://twitter.com/LefkiSymphonia

https://lefkisymphonia.bandcamp.com

https://www.instagram.com/lefkisymphonia

 

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