Infected Rain release new video single, “Fighter”

Moldovan progressive modern metal act Infected Rain have released their new video single dubbed “Fighter,” which you can check out below. The track appears on the band’s upcoming fifth album titled ‘Ecdysis,’ which comes out on January 7th, 2022 through Napalm Records (pre-order).

A presser states, “Launched to immediate acclaim upon simultaneously releasing the haunting video for first single “Postmortem Pt. 1”, Ecdysis electrifies with resonating riffs, cosmic electronics, Lena’s treasure trove of vocal abilities and intense lyrical themes ranging from depression and abandonment to embracing reality.

They add, “Today, INFECTED RAIN follows up with intense second single, “Fighter”! The aggressive new track showcases the most brutal side of the band, bringing out their ruthlessness in full force with a hardcore-influenced tornado of rhythms and provoking lyricism.

Frontwoman Lena Scissorhands says about “Fighter”:
Inspired by strong women who never give up,
Fighter is a reminder of the here and now!
Fighter is a reminder of strength and potential.
‘Today right now, all you’ve got is this!’


In addition, Infected Rain recently announced their new concert stream and documentary, ‘The Devil’s Dozen,’ which touches on the history of the band with a full documentary spanning the past 13 years of the act, featuring behind the scenes footage and more. The concert stream will become available for viewing on November 26th, 2021 and can be watched for eight days after the first airing, HERE.

‘Ecdysis’ track listing:
1. Postmortem Pt. 1
2. Fighter
3. Longing
4. Goodbye
5. The Realm of Chaos feat. Heidi Shepherd (Butcher Babies)
6. Everlasting Lethargy
7. These Walls
8. Showers
9. November
10. Never the Same
11. Nine, Ten
12. Postmortem Pt. 2

Ecdysis will be available in the following formats:
-CD Digipak
-1 LP Gatefold Black
-CD Digipak + Shirt (Napalm RoW Mailorder only)
-Digital Album

Infected Rain is:
Lena Scissorhands – Vocals
Vadim Ojog “Vidick” – Guitar
Sergey Babici – Guitar
Vladimir Babici – Bass
Eugene Voluta – Drums

Artist photo by Victoria Wonka

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