[News] Manticora published the official video for the track “Beast Of The Fall” from upcoming album

Danish Progressive Power Metal band Manticora published the official video for the track “Beast Of The Fall” from upcoming album to be released in early 2024 by Mighty Music. Watch the video through the YouTube player below:

The band states: “The first single taken from our new album is out now, so please leave us a comment with your verdict of the song!

Manticora was formed in 1997 by Lars F. Larsen (vocals), Kristian Larsen (guitars) and Mads Volf (drums) – the young guys laying the foundation of the Manticora-trademark sound; hard hitting Progressive Power Metal with both epic and thrash elements. In the early days the band was a foursome but with a round of line-up changes, the band, which includes long-time members Kasper Gram (bass) and Stefan Johansson (guitars) were established as a five-piece.

In 1999 the debut full-length disc, “Roots Of Eternity” was released, and received a tremendously good response from both media and fans around the world. Since then, eight more critically acclaimed albums were released over the following two decades, establishing Manticora as one of the most respected bands in the European progressive power metal scene.

Over the years, the band has played countless tours and has stepped on the biggest festivals’ stages, including Wacken Open Air, Sweden Rock Festival and Copenhell.

With a year of writing, tuning and concept-developing, Manticora is ready to record their 10th album and is also signing a record deal with the Danish label Mighty Music for the release. Manticora is finally returning to their home country.


Kristian Larsen / Guitars
Lars F. Larsen / Vocals
Stefan Johansson / Guitars
Kasper Gram / Bass
Lawrence Dinamarca / Drums

Manticora |Official Website|Bandcamp|Facebook Page|Twitter|Instagram|Spotify|

Mighty Music |Official Website|Facebook Page|Instagram|YouTube Channel|

Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *