Greek Melodic Progressive Metal sensation Disillusive Play is thrilled to unveil their latest release, the live video for “Parallel Lives” (A Song for the Non-Existent). The track is featured on their album “Songs for the Non-Existent,” available now via Wormholedeath Records.
The song delves into themes of longing, regret, and the passage of time. It contemplates the fading of memories and the consequences of choices made.
The live video for “Parallel Lives” (A Song for the Non-Existent) features a captivating performance by Marios Karanastasis from The Silent Wedding, adding an extra layer of depth and emotion to the already powerful composition. Together, Disillusive Play and Marios Karanastasis deliver a mesmerizing and unforgettable live experience that showcases their exceptional musical talents.
Disillusive Play is known for its unique sound, which blends elements of hard/heavy rock with a metal attitude and progressive nuances. The band’s inspiration comes from a diverse range of sources, including Queensrÿche, Conception, Marillion, King Crimson, Pendragon, Halestorm, Stone Sour, Avenged Sevenfold, and many others.
“Songs for the Non-Existent” is an impressive album, packed with powerful and captivating tracks that are sure to leave a lasting impression on fans of hard rock and metal.