French riffing powerhouse HEART ATTACK just shared their second single & video “Wings Of Judgement” today!

The brand-new song “Wings Of Judgement” is taken off Heart Attack’s upcoming album “Negative Sun”, the perfect amalgamation of roaring modern thrash metal and epic melodies to be released worldwide via Atomic Fire Records on June 10th, 2022.

The second single, “Wings Of Judgement”, is pure rage and aggression to let off steam about this feeling when one can’t control a situation and becomes a demon. A blend of aggressiveness co-exists with melodies, darkness, and shining moments – raw metal with epic, almost a symphonic atmosphere with a guitar solo that stands out! The song perfectly summarizes what the French metal crew Heart Attack is all about.

Watch “Wings Of Judgement” now here:


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“Wings of Judgement stands trial to a sound made from overwhelming fury counterbalanced with sharp melodies and solos –  an anthem to the balance between beauty and rage,” states Kevin Geyer, vocalist, and guitarist of Heart Attack.

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The video is filmed in the Opera de Nice in France, and Heart Attack remarks: “We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the dancers Ginevra Demasi and Bboy Microbe, to the staff of the Opera de Nice and its director Mr. Bertrand Rossi. Without their open-mindedness, dedication, and kindness, none of this would have been possible.”  

Heart Attack is a four-piece army and an unpredictable groovy blend of modern thrash metal, consisting of Kevin Geyer (rhythm guitars, vocals), Chris Cesari (lead guitars, keyboards), Will Ribeiro (bass guitar, vocals), and Christophe Icard (drums). The band played prestigious Hellfest, shared the stage with Trivium and Opeth, or opened for Megadeth in Lyon. Heart Attack is for Gojira, Machine Head, and early Metallica fans searching for the definite riff that will help them drive for a long ride under the sun. Long live France, and remember where you heard it first!

Photo by Acqualeni Manuel