In advance of their upcoming live appearances in the United Kingdom, the Israeli symphonic/progressive metal band Scardust has unveiled a live composite video for “Dials,” a track from their recently reissued debut album “Sands of Time.” The clip – which was compiled by the group’s vocalist, Noa Gruman – can be seen below:
“Ever since we first played ‘Dials’ live in 2015, our fans have been asking us to make a video for it. Being the longest and most complex piece of Sands of Time, we wracked our brains, time and time again about how to do that,” explains vocalist Noa Gruman. “The truth is – the answer was there all along. As the Dials forever turn for all of us, Scardust is also moving forward, and shaping every day, as we experience our ups and downs, our changing paths and scorching scars. The re-release of this piece gave us the perfect opportunity to present a compilation of Scardust’s life up to this point, with scenes taken from the beginning of the road right up to our most recent concerts.”
Next week, Scardust will travel from the Middle East to the UK to play three shows, including a performance at the annual Ramblin’ Man Fair, where the band will appear on the Prog In The Park Stage alongside Riverside, Pain of Salvation and Anathema. From there, the group will head to Slovenia’s Metaldays, where they will perform on the festival’s Newforces Stage.