This year, Progressive Metal giants JINJER released their most in-demand new album, Wallflowers. Marking the most successful record in the bands career yet, Wallflowers marked the top of the charts all around the globe by ranking #7 in the German charts, #5 on the official UK Rock & Metal album charts as well as #1 in both the US Billboard Top New Artist Album charts and Canada’s Hard Music album charts plus #2 on the US Hard Music album charts with several international top spots to follow.

In addition to the celebration of Wallflowers’ enormous accomplishment, the Ukrainian band embarked on a European tour, together with French metalists Hypno5e and Napalm Records colleagues Space Of Variations. Being one of the first major bands filling numerous venues with cheering fans since the outbreak of Covid-19, JINJER not only granted countless concert lovers a memorable experience but also served as a showcase for the music community that touring is indeed possible if you take some calculated risks. This was followed by their current extensive US tour alongside Suicide Silence and All Hail The Yeti, listing multiple sold out shows, too.

But the Prog Metal stars are still going strong! In between their lively touring, JINJER shot a massive music video for their track “Disclosure!”, pushing their motivation like there is no limits. With a fiery opening, “Disclosure!” cuts sharp like a razor blade without making any compromises. Distorted guitars, multifarious drums and an interplay of invading screeches and deep growls unfold the full power of the chart topping title. The video verges on a visually played mind game, which seems almost cinematically intimidating, transmitting the feeling of strength across the screen.

JINJER bassist Eugene states: “The track ‘Disclosure!’ and the video itself is a very important video for JINJER. Not only is it one of our favorite tracks on the new album as well as live, our ex-guitarist Dmitriy Oksen stars in the video and was great to work with him again, even if it‘s in a different capacity now.”

18 november 2021
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