The contemporary variations of industrial metal and heavy rock are being presented in the captivating arrangement of band Psychosexual’s song, ‘Baby on Fire’.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Las Vegas, Jul 3, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Upcoming band Psychosexual is bringing back the cultural intensity and significance of heavy rock, metal, goth, and industrial metal virtues to the center table of musical evolution. The band recently released the single, ‘Baby on Fire‘, a highly immersive creative experience that takes the audience on a journey of thematic contemplation. All the members of the band have equally contributed their creative flairs into the song and the result is a fascinating stream of metal and heavy rock-infused musical display.
The band was conceived by drummer Jeremy Spencer who goes by his alter ego Devil Daddy. The collective creative impetus between Jeremy, guitarist Crucifer, and bassist Astaroth paved the way for a vision that has never been interpreted before in the scope of heavy rock and industrial metal. The song ‘Baby on Fire‘ is unique in its fundamental approach and utilizes various technical streaming of a hybrid genre in its arrangement. Yet to release an album and very new to the scene, the band has rapidly garnered a handsome audience base with some of the singles like ‘Let the Sin Begin’ and ‘Lady Killer’ from their upcoming debut album, Torch The Faith.
The band is associated with the independent label 6ex Records and is gradually climbing the steps to widespread popularity. Their sound, in a nutshell, can be defined as an enthralling crossover between Marilyn Manson’s graphic art display and David Bowie’s lyrical and thematic enigma with Type O Negative’s unrestrained expressionism. Follow Psychosexual and their enveloping stream of musical deconstructions on Spotify, Instagram, and Twitter.
Psychosexual’s ‘Baby on Fire’ is out now on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/3N7u9DrciLAnhkaCSUmdba
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