Supreme Unbeing - “At The End Of The Day (Animals Acoustic)” (Heavy Metal)
Release Date: August 6, 2021
SUPREME UNBEING is a mysterious metal band from the Realm striking chords in the physical domain. Led by vocalist/prophet Zac Red, with his fellow prophets D.Vine (Lead Guitar), Unknown (Bass) and Al Mytee (Drums), the 4-piece are yet to be seen other than in their animated music videos, but nonetheless have made their mark here in the physical domain with their full-length debut album “Enter Reality” (released October 2020) already surpassing +2 million streams, landing Spotify editorial playlist placements for singles “Solution” and “Dreaming” on Thrashers and New Metal Tracks.
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The animated music videos for the singles "You'll Never Make It" and "Animals" both got featured in Revolvermag.com and now have +3 million views on YouTube. Notable accomplishments also include an 8/10 rating in Metal Hammer (Greece), and 3rd place in “Album of the Year 2020” according to the readers of Sweden Rock Magazine.
With the success of “Animals” the band decided to record an acoustic version, “At The End Of The Day (Animals Acoustic)”, released August 6, 2021 on all streaming platforms. The song soberly questions whether there is any difference or not between the behaviors of animals and humans. For those who have heard the energetic “Animals”, “At The End Of The Day (Animals Acoustic)” offers a completely new take on the song and might leave you feeling a bit sad. Check out the video below!
SUPREME UNBEING is set to release two additional songs in August 2021. Next up is an alternate version of “I Can’t Help You” called “I Can’t Help You (The Realm Version)” set to release on 13th August, and lastly an acoustic version of “Dreaming” called “Everything’s Unreal (Dreaming Acoustic)” set to release on 20th August. “Often cute, animals are dual in nature, meaning they can be both cute and cruel. The human species is no exception. Can the human species transcend their dark past? At the end of the day there is always hope and potential to begin a new day tomorrow with the accumulated experiences of our yesterdays” Says Zac Red of Supreme Unbeing.
ZAC RED – VOCALS/GUITAR
D. VINE – LEAD GUITAR
UNKNOWN – BASS
AL MYTEE – DRUMS