On McKinney Music, “the best independent music magazine in the UK“, metal band Kryour releases single is working on an EP and “Why Should I Know?” is the first taster.

“Why Should I Know?”

Kryour releases single and music video for the unreleased “Why Should I Know?”
“Why Should I Know?”

The groundbreaking single was made available on all digital platforms on March 3 by Kryour, a Brazilian metal band that has established itself as one of the most prominent figures in the genre. The composition received a stunning music video, which is accessible on the group’s official YouTube channel in addition to streaming.

Kryour releases single

Kryour releases single presents fans with a sound that is both heavy and melodic, full of influences and focusing on working with more contemporary sounds in the future. In the instrumental and vocal lines, the band employs electronic elements and melodies that are easier to understand, despite maintaining their previous heavy sound.

Outono Music

The one and only  is a release from Outono Music, a label that focuses on rock and metal. It is distributed by Universal Music, the major label and global leader in the music industry.

Check out “Why Should I Know?” here: https://umusicbrazil.lnk.to/WhyShouldIKnowK/

More From Kryour

The band, which plays melodic death metal and metalcore, plans to release an EP soon in which it explores musical references and styles, arrangements, and effects in greater depth, producing songs that are more memorable.

More From Kryour, a band that was formed in 2014, released their debut album in 2019, “Where Treasures Are Nothing.” This conceptual work addresses human values and resilience while also focusing on the facts of life and death. Diego Castro produced the album, which featured eleven original tracks. Carlos Fides (Evergrey, Narnia, Semblant, Shaman) was in charge of the cover.

More From Kryour was given the opportunity to open the concert of the consecrated legend of prog metal, Symphony X, in Limeira, in the interior of So Paulo, with a significant reaction from the audience and the specialized media. They were one of the bands that came out on top in the New Rock Bands cultural competition in 2020, which had more than 700 entries. Gustavo Iandoli (vocals and guitar), Guba Oliveira (guitar), Gustavo Muniz (bass), and Matt Carrilho (drums) make up the current Kryour lineup.

The one and only  is Kryour’s first move into this new phase of their career. After a hiatus caused by the pandemic, the band plans to return to the stage to promote their new releases and continues to work on new compositions.

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