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Eric Wagner and BLACKFINGER Release New Lyric Video

Singer ERIC WAGNER, formerly of TROUBLE and currently of THE SKULL, brings his unique and legendary voice to the new BLACKFINGER album, When Colors Fade Away, to be released Sept. 15th on M-Theory Audio. Now based in Pittsburgh, PA, Eric is joined by another familiar name in doom circles, guitarist Terry Weston (DREAM DEATH, PENANCE), and you can get the first taste of the group’s latest with the lyric video for the album’s opening song, and title track.

“After I finished the first Blackfinger record and actually sat back and listened to it, it dawned upon me that When Colors Fade Away would be a great title and concept for the next one… of course I didn’t know there would be one but I always hope,” explains Eric.”A common thread throughout that album was the different feelings of what colors meant to me. I wondered what would happen if all the colors were gone? What would life be like without colors? I also wanted to clear up some of the misconceptions of what we are taught throughout our lives, most of which seems unrealistic to me and only serves to better the collection plate. When I first saw the lyric video for When Colors Fade Away I was totally fuckin’ blown away. I was not expecting it… it was perfect… like the dude read my mind. It is in my opinion the best lyric video I have ever seen… I love it.”

The lyric video for When Colors Fade Away was created by Rafael Ortega (Ayreon, Helsott, Subterranean Masquerade) and can be seen above.

When Colors Fade Away will be in-stores and online Sept. 15th, but you can pre-order CDs or limited-edition blue/black marble vinyl at the label’s shop here or as a download here

For more information check out the official facebook page

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