Czech psy-core metal masters Dymytry have unleashed their sixth but first international studio album, entitled Revolt, via powerhouse AFM Records.
In support of their hotly anticipated record release, the band just recently shared a crushing new music video for their excellent metal cover version of Rockwell‘s classic Somebody’s Watching Me.
After well over one thousand concerts in their home country and frenetically acclaimed shows in Europe, five successful records to date and a platinum award for their latest release Revolter, Dymytry has opted for a step that is unusual in two respects: Revolt, originally recorded exclusively in Czech, is the first Dymytry album that has also now been released in English language, as well as introducing their new, additional singer Alen “A.L.” Ljubic.
“We wanted to show to the world that there is great music in the Czech Republic, too,” bassist Artur “R2R” Mikhaylov recently explained. “We feel that our first English album is a very strong record, we really put everything into it.“
One of the album tracks, is the Rockwell classic Somebody’s Watching Me, and Dymytry delivers another cracker for the rock and metal clubs.
As a special feature guest, they got no one less than ex-Rage guitarist Victor Smolski on board, who presents a razor-sharp solo like no other.
Purchase your album copy now at https://shop.afm-records.de/new/2814/dymytry-revolt-digipak-cd
Watch Dymytry’s new music clip below