The Great Beast We Serve by Dread Sovereign"The Great Beast We Serve" is Irish song released on 05 January 2021 in the official channel of the record label - "Metal Blade Records". Discover exclusive information about "The Great Beast We Serve". Explore The Great Beast We Serve lyrics, translations, and song facts. Earnings and Net Worth accumulated by sponsorships and other sources according to information found in the internet. How many times the Irish song appeared in music charts compiled by Popnable? "The Great Beast We Serve " is well-known music video that took placements in popular top charts, such as Top 100 Ireland Music Chart , Top 40 Irish Songs Chart, and more.
"The Great Beast We Serve" Facts
"The Great Beast We Serve" has reached
22.6K total views,
and 45 dislikes on YouTube.
The song has been submitted on 05/01/2021 and spent 1 weeks on the charts.
The original name of the music video "The Great Beast We Serve" is "DREAD SOVEREIGN - THE GREAT BEAST WE SERVE (OFFICIAL VIDEO)".
"The Great Beast We Serve" has been published on Youtube at 05/01/2021 16:00:15
"The Great Beast We Serve" Lyrics, Composers, Record Label
Dread Sovereign "The Great Beast We Serve" from "Alchemical Warfare."
Killian Monson - Video Editor/Colour Grader/VFX artist
Nemtheanga: Vocals / Bass
Dread Sovereign was formed in Dublin, Ireland in 2013 by Primordial vocalist Nemtheanga to give praise to filthy cult old doom, black and heavy metal. Their first EP - 2013's Pray to the Devil in Man - came out on Roadburn/Burning World Records to coincide with the band's live debut. Soon after, two full-lengths were released by Van Records: All Hell's Martyrs (2014) and For Doom the Bell Tolls (2017). And now, in early 2021, the band will release their new album, Alchemical Warfare, through Metal Blade Records.
"Our motto when we started was 'The World is Doomed'…and it seems life is imitating art…as we are looking like filthy prophets!" says vocalist/bassist Nemtheanga. "Several years in the making, the new Dread Sovereign is ready for the End of the World, which might be next year in case you didn't know! A bit more reckless and up-tempo than the previous releases, yet the template remains doom, 'Alchemical Warfare' just has a bit more Venom and Motorhead thrown into the mix. If it's the end of days we might as well go out with middle fingers raised right?"