GODSLAVE Drops New Video for “Final Chapters First”!

German thrashers GODSLAVE has released their fifth single from the current album, Positive Aggressive, on Metalville Records. The new track and video, “Final Chapters First” can be watched below, along with more info about the band.

From The Press Release

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Today, German thrash institution Godslave reveal the new video “Final Chapters First.” By far the most elaborate video in the band’s history so far, the track is the fifth to be revealed from Godslave‘s critically acclaimed sixth album, Positive Aggressive, released this past July via Metalville Records.

Says the band about the video: “How should it actually end? Do we want to complain on our deathbed that not everything went as we had imagined, or do we want to be able to go home with a satisfied smile after a fulfilled life? The song already gives the answer in its title – think about how you want your life to end and align it accordingly; write the last chapter of the book of your life first, and the rest will write itself. If it only causes you grief and you regret it afterwards, just don’t do it. Do what is good for you – do what brings you joy and satisfaction! What do you want your last chapter to be?”

See & hear Godslave‘s brand-new video “Final Chapters First” in its entirety HERE at the band’s official YouTube channel.

Positive Aggressive is an album with a clear concept and a perfect symbiosis of music and message: catchy melodies and thrashing thrash metal on the one hand and inspiring lyrics that let you look deep into your soul on the other. One thing is clear: no thrash metal without aggression!

But Godslave ask the listener the all-important question: what do you do with the energy released by the aggression? Do you just want to destroy everything out of anger, or do you also want to build something new?

Godslave have made this decision: From opener “How About NO?” to closer “Final Chapters First,” every single song is a vehement statement for getting yourself in control.

Lyricist Bernie deliberately talks openly about his inner struggles – not only to cope with situations himself, but also to encourage others to take their fate into their own hands. Because no one will do it for you: It’s your life; it’s your decision!

On Positive AggressiveGodslave have revived old traditions and, in a time when real contacts are hardly possible, remembered the relationships with the people on the road who became part of the family from one moment to the next.

So the fans can look forward to two guest contributions in particular: On the one hand, Britta Görtz from Critical Mess has contributed distinctive backing vocals on “How about NO?” In addition, the guest solo by Damir Eskic closes the circle of a friendship with Destruction that has already lasted 10 years.

In the meantime, see & hear the brand-new video “Final Chapters First” in its entirety HERE at Godslave‘s official YouTube channel. Also see & hear the previously revealed videos for “Show Me Your Scars” HERE, “From Driven” HERE, “Straight Fire Zone” HERE, and “How About NO?” HERE, all also at the band’s official YouTube channel. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Godslave’s Positive Aggressive
1. How About NO?
2. Positive Aggressive
3. Straight Fire Zone
4. From Driven
5. Flap Of A Wing
6. King Kortex
7. Show Me Your Scars
8. I Am What Is
9. See Me In A Crown
10. Final Chapters First

Thomas Pickard – vocals
Bernhard Lorig – guitar
Manuel Zewe – guitar
Michael Koch – bass
Tobias Huwig – drums

2008 – Bound By Chains CD
2008 – Out Of The Ashes EP
2011 – Into The Black CD
2013 – In Hell CD
2015 – Whatever We Want – A Tribute To Status Quo EP
2016 – Welcome To The Green Zone CD
2018 – Reborn Again CD
2019 – 10/10 – Rarities Recovered – Compilation CD




About Michael Juvinall (6047 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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