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Too Lit Tuesdays on Endie Fiya LIVE with Swedish "Story Metal" Trio ~ Pressure

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Release Date: 19th February 2021

Stockholm Sweden’s ‘Story Metal’ trio PRESSURE have delivered yet again with another riveting and mesmerizing track from their up-and-coming album. Right from the opening laughter and guitar riffs from the heavy guitars, the song just keeps your ears at attention and wanting more. Olof's growling but clear tone just grabs and brings you inside the track.  This single release  is from the trio's up and coming album which will be self released sometime late April, early  May. 

Date and title TBA.

WHAT YOU SEE (is what you get) the latest single from Pressure continues to express the ins-and-outs of life's pressures. This particular track relays the message of how society perceives people. The man centered in the song is strong within himself.  The track pushes the genre of music Pressure intends it to, which they are calling "STORY METAL". 

 “Story metal combines characteristics of traditional heavy metal with elements of melodic rock, with a lot of focus on the vocals! The beat varies as the mood of the song is written to reflect a true experience, challenge, emotion or occasion. “- Simon Forsell.

The term Story metal was first used in 2020 by the Swedish story metal band Pressure who plays story metal with three guitars and recorded drums and bass!

Story Metal definitely describes the concept of their songs and for the up-and-coming album.

The work of the ‘melodic rock’ band hailing from Stockholm, Sweden often focuses and embraces the pressures felt from everyday existence. Their lyrics ably demonstrating that there are two sides to every story - the good and the bad. Every song has a double meaning and they truly see music as a tool to handle the different pressures thrown at us from the modern world. 

 

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