FEBRVVM releases ‘One Two Three Four’ single – out now

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FEBRVVM releases new industrial metal single, 'Sleeve' - Out now

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The industrial metal act FEBRVVM has released the third single from its upcoming new album “Cholera in the Time of Love” which is due on February 16. The song is called “One Two Three Four” and is accompanied with a lyric video that features AI-generated monstrosities.

The band explains the video as follows: “Basically it is a collection of Midjourney pictures, most of which are anime girls with guitars. Multiple impossible guitars. Played by creatures with three arms who have six fingers on each hand. You know, the usual stuff. The longer you look at the picture, the worse it gets. Does it have to deal anything with the subject of the song? It kind of does.”

You can watch the lyric video for the track below.

You can download the track via Bandcamp as well.

About FEBRVVM

FEBRVVM is an alternative/industrial/gothic rock/metal band hailing from Providence, Rhode Island. The band, characterized by its industrial metal roots, has also been known to infuse elements of gothic metal into its sound.

The discography of FEBRVVM includes several releases including the debut EP “Secretly Dreaming of Freezing to Death” from 2017. This was followed by the EP “Ekpyrosis” in 2018 and “Praemeditatio Malorvm” in 2020. The year 2021 saw the release of two albums, “Apokatastasis” and “Breaking the Broken”.

In addition to original compositions, FEBRVVM has also made a mark with a cover album, “Cross Over and Turn”, offering his take on songs by The Cure, The Sisters of Mercy, Leonard Cohen, Low, Tweaker with Will Oldham, U2, and more.

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