ANGRA – continue journey to »Cycles Of Pain« with music video for new track ‘Gods Of The World’!

ANGRA are only a few weeks from releasing their brand new album but also to kick off its supporting tour dates: »Cycles Of Pain« will see the light of day on November 3, 2023 through Atomic Fire Records, new shows keep being announced (see below!), and today, the Brazilian progressive power metal act raise the level of excitement once again by revealing yet another track of the opus. After wandering the worlds of physicality (‘Ride Into The Storm’) and mentality (‘Tide Of Changes’), third digital single ‘Gods Of The World’ peers towards lyrical fields about people that pretend to be extra-human while musically, ANGRA take listeners on an epic, symphonic adventure without lacking their complex and virtuosic trademark elements, making it a must for fans of various periods of the band’s career. The track’s accompanying music video was crafted by a creative team led by Leo Liberti ( once again and clarifies the bitter truth about our two-class society that causes so many cruelties unfortunately happening around the globe every day, every minute, every second…

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Guitarist Bittencourt says: “This video is a reflection about who we are really following as leaders and who we are unconsciously worshipping with our acts. People might believe that they worship God and follow specific values, but in reality they have other priorities such as work, social position, food, social media, pleasure etc. Our highest values play a very small part in the way we behave. Most of us in contemporary society are addicted to being connected to the internet, networks, and social media. An illness that has become normal. It all starts with the fact that most of our work and survival depends on it, and ends on the sense of emptiness and anxiety when our phones are off. That makes us all very passive to the influence of all sorts of truths being bombarded simultaneously through what we follow. While our brains are numb and receptive, we’re commanded by external, also contradictory references. So the gods that rule the world nowadays are the chaos within our own habits, and we’re confused searching for vain experiences to fulfill our lonely and empty souls.”

Pre-order the album in the physical format of your choice (see below!), pre-save it on your favourite DSP or pre-order it digitally to receive ‘Gods Of The World,’ ‘Tide Of Changes – Part II’ and ‘Ride Into The Storm’ instantly now, here:

»Cycles Of Pain« – Track Listing:

01. Cyclus Doloris
02. Ride Into The Storm
03. Dead Man On Display
04. Tide Of Changes – Part I
05. Tide Of Changes – Part II
06. Vida Seca
07. Gods Of The World
08. Cycles Of Pain
09. Faithless Sanctuary
10. Here In The Now
11. Generation Warriors
12. Tears Of Blood

»Cycles Of Pain« will be available in the following formats:

– CD-digipak
– jewelcase-CD
– various vinyls (red/yellow split-coloured | clear/blue marbled | clear yellow/white splatter)
– digital

Artwork by Erick Pasqua | Layout by Jonathan Canuto
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»Cycles Of Pain« was produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by long-time ANGRA partner Dennis Ward (D.C. COOPER, PINK CREAM 69, PLACE VENDOME etc.) at the Sonastério & Elephant Office in Brazil, while mixing and mastering took place at The TrakShak in Karlsdorf, Germany. Its artwork was designed by Erick Pasqua ( before Jonathan Canuto ( took care of layout duties.

The album also features a range of guests including appearances by Amanda Somerville (‘Tears Of Blood’), Brazilian artists Lenine (‘Vida Seca’) and Vanessa Moreno (‘Tide Of Changes – Part II’ & ‘Here In The Now’), and last but not least Juliana D’Agostini on piano (‘Tears Of Blood’).

ANGRA live:

26.10.2023 BR Jardim Paulista – School of Rock (Album Listening Party) *NEW*
28.10.2023 BR Ṣo Jos̩ dos Campos РFestival Hora do Rock @ Arena Vale Fest
01.11.2023 BR Brasília – Toinha Brasil Show
02.11.2023 BR Goi̢nia РBolshoi Pub *NEW*
03.11.2023 BR Ṣo Paulo РTokio Marine Hall (Album Release Show)
04.11.2023 BR Sorocaba – Toca Beach House *NEW*
10.11.2023 BR Mogi das Cruzes – Stage Hall
11.11.2023 BR Ṣo Paulo РEspa̤o Leste
14.11.2023 BR Americana – Lenda Music
17.11.2023 BR Jaraguá do Sul – Pirata Rock Bar *NEW*
18.11.2023 BR Joinville – Armageddon Metal Fest
19.11.2023 BR Porto Alegre РOpinịo
01.12.2023 BR Belo Horizonte – Mister Rock
02.12.2023 BR Montes Claros РParque de Exposi̵̤es Jọo Alencar Athayde
07.12.2023 BR Teresina – Bueiro do Rock *NEW*
09.12.2023 BR Recife – Clube Internacional do Recife *NEW*
15.12.2023 BR Rio de Janeiro – Circo Voador

29.01. – 02.02.2024 US Miami, FL – 70,000 Tons of Metal
26. Р28.04.2024 BR Ṣo Paulo РSummer Breeze Brasil
04.09.2024 US Atlanta, GA – ProgPower USA @ Center Stage

More on »Cycles Of Pain«:
‘Tide Of Changes – Part II’ OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO: