Multinational based Industrial Metal quartet New Project have tapped Venezuelan Bass Heavyweight ZARDONIC BRUTAL remix of their 2015 single “Ora Pro Nobis”. To intensify the experience, they’ve released a hypnotic concept video.
Metal EDM heavyweight Zardonic and industrial metal workers New Project join forces for a pounding remix of ‘Ora Pro Nobis’ that packs the equivalent of 12 red bulls or 1 Chuck Norris roundhouse kick to the face. Imagine what John Connor is thinking as he bunkers in and awaits the fallout. This is ‘Ora Pro Nobis’ (Latin for Pray For Us).”
An Italian, a Hungarian, an Englishman, a French guy and a half-Chinese girl met in a rehearsal studio in Sydney Australia. No joke follows, just 15 years of serious industrial metal – this is the origin of New Project. As a single unit they have over 50,000 touring miles under their belts across three continents. New Project are mean, fun and slick. They are now based in London, Sydney and Los Angeles depending on which particular band member you are talking to at the time.
Their back catalogue is extensive with three EPs, three singles and the album Ultraviolent Light featuring artwork by Paul Allender from Cradle of Filth. New Project have featured in Metal Hammer, Kerrang, countless online magazines and also appear on the Euro special edition DVD ofGhost in the Shell. They have shared a stylist with Judas Priest, a photographer with Lemmy (bless his soul) and a green tea with Billy Gould.
In 2015 New Project released “Ora Pro Nobis” – Latin for Pray For Us, a song whose origins go back almost a decade. It is a heavy, driven track laced with powerful melodies. Imagine what John Connor is thinking as he bunkers in and awaits the fallout. That’s Ora Pro Nobis.
Zardonic’s club-bound EDM remix of “Ora Pro Nobis” will be released on March 4th 2016 soon to be followed by a full remix EP from other diverse artists taking the song into new dimensions.
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