Sydney metal band Temtris have recently released their new single/video “Forever” from their upcoming sixth studio album. The powerful song showcases Temtris’ unique heavy metal sound, complete with killer artwork.
Vocalist Gen states about the artwork and song: “The Scarabaeus is part of the resurrection in Egypt mythology. The song is about the band re-starting with new members all over again.”
The video was directed by Adam Jordan, recorded at Main Street Studios in Wollongong and mixed by Lord Tim at SLS Studios.
Temtris are a five-piece act from the south of Sydney, Australia. They formed in 2000 and have released their albums Threshold (2003), Masquerade (2007), Shallow Grave (2014) and Enter The Asylum (2016). They have played shows all over Australia and supported Accept (GER) in 2014. In to 2018 Temtris released their 5th Studio Album Rature and toured Australia in support. 2019 saw Temtris play with bands such as Loudness, Ensiferum, Girlschool, Tank , Raven, Metal Church, Marty Friedman and a one-off acoustic show with Michael Sweet. In 2020, Temtris headlined Smashfest in NZ and opened the show for Geoff Tate in Sydney. Now the powerhouse band is about to release their 6th studio album.