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French Alternative/Modern-Metal Rockers PERSEIDE drop new official lyrics-video for “Don’t Let Me Go” // New album reissue ‘The Only Thing’ out now

A few days only after the official re-relase of their debut album, French alternative-rock/modern-metallers from Lyon PERSEIDE just shared another glimpse from the effort with a lyrics-video illustrating the song “Don’t Let Me Go”. For reminder, the reissue of ‘The Only Thing’ is out now worldwide – with a brand new artwork – on CD & Digital through Wormholedeath and available for full-streaming through all legal platforms.

PERSEIDE delivers a modern metal ranging from pop to metalcore, with heavy rhythms and old school guitars, catchy choruses, all tinged with electro synths and intense vocals…”
...For the record…

PERSEIDE was born from four childhood friends who decided to form a rock band in 2001, as they were just teenagers. Ten years later, they were crossing the frontiers to share their music widely.
After two EP released, a signing to OrageRock label, thousands of gigs across France, Europe and even in the USA, with bands like Soilwork, Betraying The Martyrs, Cancer Bats, We Butter The Bread With Butter, Protest The Hero… The story is still being written today.
In 2018, they decided to go into the studio again to record their debut album, ‘The Only Thing’, released in 2020. Then, the band continues to push forward and to work on new material in order to released various single in 2021.
PERSEIDE is still there, stronger than ever and ready to take these four eternal teenagers as far as possible… For fans of Avenged Sevenfold, Enter Shikari, Stone Sour, The Used… 
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