International Symphonic metal band TRAGUL – THE TREE OF LIFE (360° lyric video)

Formed in 2016 by keyboardist Adrian Benegas (Pergana), symphonic power metal act TRAGUL features a powerhouse of guest musicians that includes vocalist Zuberoa Aznarez (Diabulus In Musica), guitarist Steve Conley (Flotsam and Jetsam), bassist Oliver Holzwarth (ex Blind Guardian, ex Rhapsody of Fire, ex Tarja) and drummer Alex Holzwarth (ex Rhapsody of Fire). Having unleashed three singles “Bennu”, “The Message” and “Into The Heart of The Sun” earlier this year, the band reveal their latest video for their fourth single “The Tree of Life” being premiered exclusively on Bravewords.com.

Band founder Adrian Benegas comments:

“Our latest single ‘The Tree of Life’ is about hope, we wanted to give the fans a song they can relate to when they have had hard times. From its flowing melodies, powerful choruses, and a nice blend of the instrumental parts. We like to introduce a pleasant listening experience: nice sounds and beautifully executed vocals.”

Watch and listen to “The Tree of Life” at the following link:

Release Date: December 12, 2017

Label: Self Release

Track Listing: The Tree of Life (single) (3:54)

Single Credits:

• Performed by: Tragul

• Written by: Adrian Benegas

• Produced by: Tragul

• Mixed by: Jacob Hansen

• Mastered by: Jacob Hansen

• 360° Lyric Video by: Scott Rudd

Available on (sales outlets you plan to have it on): Cdbaby, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer and all the major digital stores and streaming services.

Single Band Line Up:

Zuberoa Aznarez (Vocals)

Adrian Benegas (Keyboards, Composer)

Steve Conley (Guitars)

Oliver Holzwarth (Bass)

Alex Holzwarth (Drums)

About:

“Dreams are rudiments of the great state to come. We dream what is about to happen.” – From ‘The Wordsworth Dictionary of Dreams’

All human creativity springs from our dreams. When we ‘sleep, perchance to dream’ as William Shakespeare memorably wrote, we tap into the deep creative wellspring within us all. It is a universal truth that anything new has to be thought before it can forged by inspired hands and minds into new forms; endless, inspiring and beautiful.

Such a dream-creation is symphonic power metal band TRAGUL; the very name a product of a dream of its creator, keyboardist and composer Adrian Benegas. As Benegas explains.

“It describes the union between the inner divine spirit and the human being through music. I decided to use the word Tragul, not only because it was born from an inner experience, but because I always wanted to be unique and what is more unique than to use a name that other bands can’t have? I am very into esoteric matters. I am always looking for answers in that field, so I take very seriously everything related to it.”

Inspired by Nightwish, Rhapsody, Sonata Arctica, Stratovarius, Dionysus, Benegas describes TRAGUL’s music as “strong, melodic, dramatic, rhythmic, and bright.” Tragul’s members, vocalist Zuberoa Aznarez (Diabulus in Musica), guitarist Steve Conley (Flotsam and Jetsam), bassist Oliver Holzwarth (ex Blind Guardian, ex Rhapsody of Fire, ex Tarja) and drummer Alex Holzwarth (ex Rhapsody of Fire) bring a galaxy of talent to enhance and execute Benegas’ sonic dreamscapes.

As befits such a musically innovative band, TRAGUL are exploring new nontraditional worlds when it comes to getting their music heard. TRAGUL’s releases come in a song-by-song format on all the major digital platforms.

TRAGUL’s message is a positive one. “Our latest single “The Tree of Life” is about hope, so we would like to give the fans a song they can relate to when they have had hard times. With ‘The Tree of Life’, we are trying to give them a positive vibe!”

“The Tree of Life” along with other singles “Bennu”, “The Message” and “Into the Heart of the Sun” are available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby.

For more info visit:

Website: www.tragul.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/tragulmusic

Twitter: @TragulMusic

Instagram: @TragulMusic

Original EPK: wp.me/pciNW-bbQ (written by Steve Earles)

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