Delain Releases New Live Video

Symphonic veterans Delain have released a new live music video for their second album hit, ‘Nothing Left’.

The video shows footage from their latest live album + BluRay, Hunter’s Moon, and features Nightwish’s Marco Hietala.

Delain on the new video:
“2019 marks the ten years since we first released ‘Nothing Left’ on
April Rain. Nowadays it’s a rare treat to see the track at one of our live shows, but it hasn’t lost any of its power in the decade that has passed. Performing ‘Nothing Left’ together with Marco Hietala wasone of the highlights of the night in Tivoli, and, in fact, the entire show felt like a highlight. It was one of my favourite shows of our career so far.”

Delain – Nothing Left feat. Marco Hietala (Napalm)

It’s the third and final part of the concept trilogy that began with the EP Lunar Prelude and LP Moonbathers. The album was recorded on Delain’s Danse Macabre Tour 2017 and features numerous guest musicians, including extreme metal drummer/vocalist George Oosthoek and the previously mentioned Marco Hietala.

Marco Hietala on the Danse Macabre Tour:
“I was really pleased to do the tour, because it gave me a chance to challenge myself in different surroundings and band dynamics. In the end it comes down to the same old but great thing. I love doing good shows with good people for good audiences. All for one and one for all!”

Hunter’s Moon has met widespread success, reaching #65 on the Billboard Top 200 and #24 on both the Swiss and German Album Charts.

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