INDIGO DARKPSYCH ANNOUNCE RELEASE OF THEIR FIRST GLOBAL SINGLE, 'WORK THOSE BRAIN CELLS' 17th July 2014
Maltese industrial/alternative Metal act Indigo Darkpsych have issued a press release concerning the release of their first global single, 'Work Those Brain Cells'.
The press release can be read in full below.
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"I'm sure some of you followers of current new bands and Indie music in the Metal scene have come across the act named Indigo Darkpsych. They've just released their first global single and it's been playing on some thirty online radio stations and fifteen other radio frequencies spread across the UK and the US since the beginning of June with great feedback from the stations and their listeners alike.
"The fantastic track entitled 'Work Those Brain Cells' is taken from their third album, released in their country of Malta in September 2012 and in the UK and other EU territories in August of last year.
"Indigo Darkpsych is mainly an industrial/alternative Metal project started by Marvic 'Indigo' Lewis in the year 2002/3 as a soloist after having had a long and fruitful musical career as a vocal artist and great and versatile experience in performing and making music since the age of 8, and is the only industrial Metal act on the island and could bring about a new sub-genre.
"The girl writes, composes and co-produces her own music and has worked with numerous professional musicians all along and one great guitarist/drummer/recording engineer by the name of David Depasquale has stood by her side from the year 2010 and they together produced a magnificent album by the name of 'All That Remains', mentioned above as ID's third full-length.
"In only seven months, it was written and produced with ease and comfort as the two of them discovered a new chemistry soon after their fellow drummer and bassist left without valid reasons in the beginning of 2012.
"Amazing things started happening then and this third album is in fact a manifestation of the great stuff that one can achieve when standing still against all odds and 'Work Those Brain Cells' is by far one of the energy boosters that come out of this fantastic album which can be found on Ravenheart Music."