PRONG Release New Single and Lyric Video For “In Spite of Hindrances”
New Album “X – No Absolutes” Out On SPV/Steamhammer
PRONG released their latestalbum “X-No Absolutes” was released worldwide through SPV/Steamhammer on February 5th, 2016 as a Digipak (incl. bonus track + sticker), Double LP Gatefold version (red vinyl, CD in paper sleeve) and as download and stream. The album entered the official album charts in Germany, the USA, Belgium and the UK.
Today the band has released a lyric video for their new single “In Spite of Hindrances”. Watch the video HERE. “X-No Absolutes” can be purchased HERE and streamed HERE.
PRONG founder Tommy Victor:
“PRONG is excited to announce a new single and lyric video for the song “In Spite Of Hindrances”, from our “X – No Absolutes”-Album. You can follow and absorb the strong words, which celebrate overcoming obstacles, taking initiative and personal responsibility. Watch it first thing in the morning and throughout the day and night!”
PRONG spent the better part of October and November trekking through Europe with Obituary, Exodus and King Parrot as part of the “Battle Of The Bays”-Tour. They will finish off the run with some select shows with Exodus and King Parrot, a headline show in Karlsruhe and the Bang Your Head Festival in Luxembourg.
Remaining Tour Dates Below:
18.11. A-Vienna – Arena (“Battle Of The Bays”)
19.11. I-Bologna – Zona Roveri (“Battle Of The Bays”)
20.11. CH-Zurich – Komplex (“Battle Of The Bays”)
21.11. F-Besançon, France – La Rodia Grande Salle (w/ Exodus & King Parrot)
22.11. D-Munich – Backstage (w/ Exodus & King Parrot)
23.11. D-Schweinfurt – Kulturhaus Stattbahnhof (w/ Exodus & King Parrot)
25.11. D-Karlsruhe – Alte Hackerei (Prong w/ guest King Parrot)
26.11. LUX-Luxembourg – Bang Your Head Festival (w/ Exodus & King Parrot)
Outline Magazine UK wrote about one of the recent shows:
“From the start it’s clear why Prong have made such an impression on the music scene. They have a sound bigger than the sum of the three people on stage, and they know how to use it. It’s like someone has weaponised metal, and they’re using the audience for aural target practice. It’s impressive, and it’s also really, really fucking good.”
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