Fronted by vocalist and violinist Eddie Berg, guitarists Harald Barrett & Alex Arnoldsson, drummer Peter Hanström and bass player Christian Höijer; IMMINENCE takes us on an epic, cinematic journey with their captivating new single ‘Heaven In Hiding’. Following the release of the previous single ‘Temptation’, the relentless behemoth that earned the nomination as the heaviest song in the band’s history and upon release undisputedly became one of the most successful metalcore singles of 2021, IMMINENCE once again displays their unrestrained diversity and dynamic approach with a new release.
With ‘Heaven In Hiding’, the group presents all their strengths and unique features as a band and accompanies the song with an extraordinary video production, once again directed by Pavel Trebukhin. ‘Temptation’ might have set a new standard for what one might expect from the group, but ‘Heaven In Hiding’ proves them to be unlike anyone else. The video recordings took place somewhere deep inside the ice-cold landscapes of Latvia, February 2021.
Temptation was the undoubtedly biggest production we ever worked on. We want to show that we’re able to deliver the same quality and creativity, yet do something completely different. Heaven In Hiding is now yoursHarald Barrett
|The song was recorded, mixed, and mastered in Sweden by Henrik Udd: Award-winning producer that has worked on some of the most critically acclaimed albums with acts such as ARCHITECTS, BRING ME THE HORIZON, AT THE GATES, and many more, including IMMINENCE as well. After the remarkably successful announcement of the band’s exclusive acoustic tour ”Live In Concert Halls”, granting the Swedish quintet a placing in Eventim’s Official Charts as one of the fastest-selling tours in Germany, IMMINENCE recently announced a new European headline tour taking place in 19 cities during February & March 2022. All venue sizes have increased largely in capacity and these will be the band’s biggest headline shows to date.|
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