Meteora – Release Lyric Video For “Wings of Rebellion”

Meteora – Release Lyric Video For “Wings of Rebellion”

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Hungarian symphonic metal band Meteora release lyric video for “Wings of Rebellion”.

Band comments:
Noémi: ’Wings of Rebellion’ places intolerable social injustice in the spotlight. It’s about the time when people realise, that together they can make a difference against the systematic problems binding their lives, the unbearable power structure and abuse. The style of the song is closest to power metal, this way we wanted to support the message as well.

As I was writing the vocal melodies I was getting more and more sure, that the chorus should have male vocals. I feel Ati took this challenge absolutely great, and it was the right call to give him a bit more space as a vocalist than he had on our second album, ’Tragedy of Delusion’.

The guitar solo is all thanks to our great friend Ádám Kurucz, who musically gave a lot both to this song, and the whole ’…of Shades and Colours’ album. A shoutout to István Lajcsák, our long-time graphic designer as well for the video!

Watch “Wings of Rebellion” here:

The band started in 2010 playing covers of symphonic and gothic metal songs in the clubs of Budapest. The current line-up has been together since the debut album ’Our Paradise’ in 2017. In 2019 the band signed to Hungarian record label Nail Records (later renamed H-Music), and had their second CD released in March 2020 with that month’s issue of Hammerworld magazine. As the global pandemic of COVID-19 made it impossible to play live music, they spent the time composing songs for their third record ’…of Shades and Colours’ set to release early September in 2022.
Notable collaborations include the re-recording of the song ’Our Paradise’ in 2021 with the growls of Jonathan Pellet (Rage of Light, ex-Dysrider), and ’Danse Macabre’ in 2022 which featured Chris Harms (Lord of the Lost).
Female vocals – Noémi Holló (2015-)
Grunts, bass – Máté Fülöp (2010-)
Male vocals, keyboard, songwriting – Atilla Király (2010-)
Guitars – Csaba Solymosi (2016-)
Drums – Gábor Kása (2017-)

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