The day has come – symphonic death metal collective MaYaN has released its epic third album Dhyana. Together with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, the band recorded their spectacular full-length release, which reflects on conceptual themes such as self-awareness, relinquishing our ego and self-conceited tendencies to find out who we truly are.
In celebration of the new album, MaYaN have released an official music video for “Saints Don’t Die”. Watch the new clip below.
Singer Mark Jansen explains the background of the track: “‘Saints Don’t Die’ deals with wars being fought on the backs of young men and women, who are sent to battle and then suffer the consequences their entire life time, while the ‘Saints’ stay in their ivory towers, just pulling the strings.”
Only 11 days left before symphonic death metal collective MaYaN will enlighten your spirit with their epic new albumDhyana on September 21st. For this prodigious third studio masterpiece, the international 10 piece raised over €40.000 through a crowdfunding campaign and enlisted the skills of The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, known for their work in cinematic features such as the Star Wars saga, Hannibal, and many more. The new full-length release reflects on conceptual themes such as self-awareness, relinquishing our ego and self-conceited tendencies to find out who we truly are.
Today, the band unveils a new trailer, in which Jack Driessen explains some details about the songwriting of the new track “Satori” from MaYaN’s upcoming albumDhyana; how iconic composers such as Ennio Morricone inspired him and how the orchestral parts of the track were created and recorded.