MOLYBARON share new single and video for “Something Ominous”

MOLYBARON share new single and video for “Something Ominous”

French/Irish alternative rock-metal outfit MOLYBARON, known for their energetic, hard-hitting sound, return with their most intense track to date, the aptly titled “Something Ominous”.

‘Something Ominous’ is an explosive, riff laden track, describing a fabricated invasion unleashed upon an unsuspecting public. Designed to instill widespread panic, meticulously orchestrated events are broadcast, creating a convincing illusion of extraterrestrial aggression, strategically deploying staged encounters and simulated attacks. As fear spreads, the population succumbs to the manipulation, allowing the state to exploit the chaos and implement their agenda of control.

Check out the video for “Something Ominous” here:

The track is available on streaming services here:

Formed in Paris, December 2014, by Dublin-born singer/guitarist Gary Kelly and Parisian guitarist Steven Andre, MOLYBARON have swiftly become one of the most talked-about bands in the modern metal scene.

Fusing together elements of alt rock, hard rock, and modern metal to create an eclectic, sonically dynamic experience, MOLYBARON deliver an intensely raw, original musical signature, appealing to fans across the genres.

MOLYBARON released their sophomore album The Mutiny in 2021 to critical acclaim, followed by the single “Vampires” in late 2022.

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