Heavy Metal Trio SLEEPLESS Release “The Man Who Could Not Sleep” Lyric Video!

A new heavy metal trio – SLEEPLESS will be releasing their debut EP entitled, Blood Libel on March 12 via Necromantic Press Records. You can take a listen to their new lyric video for “The Man Who Could Not Sleep” below along with more info about the band.

From The Press Release

Rising U.S. Heavy Metal force SLEEPLESS have released a lyric video for “The Man Who Could Not Sleep,” a track from forthcoming debut EP Blood Libel. Check it out at youtu.be/PvpfP2KWSVI

Original members of 80’s death metal pioneers Dead Conspiracy, Eric Dorsett and Eric Detablan have joined forces with their old friend, guitarist, singer and production machine Kevin Hahn to form SLEEPLESS. Classic, scorching Heavy Metal pulses through debut EP Blood Libel, which will be released on March 12 via Necromantic Press Records.

The first single from Blood Libel, “Blood Libel (A Vampire Tale),” was released previously and is streaming at these locations:

YouTube (Lyric Video):
youtu.be/7SGQ8rfnNMg

Bandcamp:
sleeplessmetal.bandcamp.com/track/blood-libel-a-vampire-tale

Heavy metal inspired by an internal need to slam accepted dogma and to shed light on a dark past that is largely forgotten, Blood Libel is the genuine article! Metal, thrash, melody, and at times, depressive introspection, add up to a memorable gut-punch of an EP.

“The trick is that they are meant to be a traditional heavy metal act, but the death metal history makes its way into the actual music itself, thus creating something that could be heavy/death metal? Blood Libel is a quick taste of something stellar in the making.”

  • Sleep Village Reviews

Track List:

  1. The Man Who Could Not Sleep
  2. Host Desecration
  3. Deluded Hordes
  4. Blood Libel (A Vampire Tale)

The EP was produced and mastered by Kevin Hahn (Dead Conspiracy, Poison Idea, Panzer God, Paul Gilbert).

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About Michael Juvinall (4683 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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