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Time, The Valuator Releases “When I Meet Death” Music Video


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(February 8th, 2017) – Essen, Germany’s experimental alternative rock outfit Time, The Valuator have released their brand new single and music video “When I Meet Death,” which originally premiered yesterday via Dreambound.

This time around the group is showcasing a more relaxed, almost eerie vibe with the track: from the title, to the lyrics, the haunting piano melodies and soaring vocals, to the setting of the video, everything about this single flows perfectly and never fails to send chills running down the listener’s spine.

The video was shot by Pavel Trebukhin of Tre Films (Stick To Your Guns, Novelists, Forever In Combat) and depicts the band roaming around what seems to be a decadent, abandoned mansion, while Death itself, in physical form, is always looming around- a presence no one can escape. As if that wasn’t enough, small glimpses of the surroundings -angel statues, cloudy skies and abandoned toys- just add up to the gloomy feeling that seems to permeate the track and the story behind it.

The band formally stated about the track:

“This song is dedicated to everyone struggling with the anxiety of death or those being affected by the death of a loved one. There’s always a dim light cutting through the darkness. Never forget that the people you hold dearly are always by your side in one way or another.”


About Time, The Valuator

ttvpromo“Create an impression, let your light shine or leave traces.“ With this vision, the German outfit Time, The Valuator was founded mid-2015. With vast influences from a wide array of different styles, they craft a sound of their own, blending atmospheric, catchy and heavy elements together, while taking absolutely no creative compromises. With a lot of potential and very disciplined working, Time, The Valuator strive to create something to remember.

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