Hungarian prog rockers Perihelion have premiered their new video for Erdő with Prog. You can watch the whole video below.
Erdő is taken from the band's latest album Agg, a concept album inspired by the decline of the moral and physical world, the quartet return with a new album that is both abrasive and yet strangely comforting; a smorgasbord of dark sounds, emotions and feelings. Agg, which translates as "very, very old", will be released by the band on December 6.
"Erdő (Hungarian for "forest") is a song about the process of dying," guitarist/vocalist Gyula Vasvári tells Prog. "It is the third piece on the new album Agg, a seven-track release revolving around the disappointment in this world and the redeeming death of the physical body."
Perihelion will play the following dates in November.
CZE Brno Bajkazyl - November 1
CZE České Budějovice - Velbloud Music Ba - 2
FRA Strasbourg - Le Local - 3
FRA Chambéry - Brin de Zinc - 6
SWI Delemont - The Pub Fiction - 7
SL Maribor - Gustaf Pekarna - 9