DEFYING DECAY release new single and video for “Let It Rain”

Thai metal band DEFYING DECAY have just released a new single and video for “Let It Rain”.  The track will be on their upcoming debut album Metamorphosis.  Consisting of ‘Jay” Poom Euarchukiati (vocals/guitar/synth), Howard Fang (guitar), Kongpop “Jump” Thongrat (guitar/piano), Theon Adam (bass/programmer) and Mark Mironov (drums), the band shares an eclectic mix of cultures and classical training, as well as a passion for music that is born from their various influences. The band has persevered to realize their vision. Born in the East and now knocking on the doors to the rest of the world, they are following in the footsteps of bands like Crossfaith and Coldrain and are emerging onto the international scene with their new album “Metamorphosis”, which will be released in June 2019.


‘Let It Rain’ is made up of tour footage of the band’s time with Emmure when touring Russia earlier this year. Frontman ‘Jay’ Poom Euarchukiati speaks about the single, saying, “This song is probably one of the ones we enjoy playing live the most, as it contains all of our favourite elements from heavy breakdowns to groovy riffs, clean catchy chorus, epic guitar solos, poppy synths and many more. It was also really fun to to work on something that really represents the band as a while, whilst showing off everyone’s skills. It wasn’t planned to be a single initially, but we gathered some cool footage when we went on tour with Emmure and thought it would be a waste to not use it. It’s also a fun song, so the music video shouldn’t be as serious as some of our previous work!”

You can follow DEFYING DECAY and stay up-to-date with all album and tour news, as well as stream and purchase their music via the following links.  Check out their previously released singles “Ghost” and “Judas Kiss”.

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