Minsk-based symphonic metal band Belle Morte unveils a lyric video for their new single “Broken Things”. Enjoy it below.
Belle Morte is a musical project from Belarus, Minsk, playing dark symphonic metal with gothic/progressive flavor and melancholic vibe. The first single “Mercy” was released on Dec 9, 2017, accompanied by a music video later on. Debut band’s EP “Game On” was released in 2018. After EP, the band focused on producing a full-length conceptual album. The idea behind Belle Morte is playing on contrasts – in music, lyrics and visual imaginary. It’s about seeing its own beauty in disturbing things, ugly things, and, vice versa, seeing the bad side in nice things which might not be that obvious at the first sight.
Today, Belle Morte are proudly unleashing the lyric video for “Broken Things”, taken from their upcoming album “Crime of Passion” due for release via Wormholedeath worldwide. “Crime of Passion” is inspired by John Fowles’s novel “The Collector”. It tells a coherent story which started as an unhealthy obsession and stalking and resulted in murder, both from the side of the murderer and his victim. Musically, the album has more complicated arrangements, a lot of djent/progressive and even some black metal elements and a very diverse material.
Watch the video: