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THE CROWN – Debut New Music Video





THE CROWN have premiered a new music video for their song “In The Name Of Death,” which can be found on their latest release, “Cobra Speed Venom“. The band comments:

The Crown gives you a death-chillin’ tune as a counter action for this ridiciously hot season – ‘In The Name Of Death‘! A tune that will automatically make you drink more beer!”



Originally, they used the name Crown of Thorns but were forced to change their name due to an American band already using that name. Their music and lyrics are inspired by death, antireligious themes (mostly targeting Christianity) and rebellion. They are known to fuse melodic death metal with aggressive old-school death metal tendencies and considerable thrash metal influences, reminiscent of bands such as Possessed and old Sepultura. The Crown disbanded in 2004. After that, Lindstrand went on to form One Man Army and the Undead Quartet.[citation needed] Tervonen formed Angel Blake, named after a song by Danzig. Sunesson is in a band called Engel. Olsfelt is also in a band called Stolen Policecar. The band was reformed in December 2009 with Jonas Stålhammar of God Macabre as the new vocalist.

On June 30, 2010, it was reported that The Crown signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records and the band’s eighth studio album, Doomsday King, was released in September 2010.

The Crown celebrated their 25th anniversary with the release of their ninth studio album, Death Is Not Dead on January 12, 2015. The first single “Headhunter” was released on October 27, 2014 as well as the music video was made on the same date.

Source: The PRP

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