MaYaN – Release “Saints Don’t Die” Music Video; Dhyana Out Now

symphonic death metal collective MaYaN has released its epic third album Dhyana. Together with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, the band recorded their spectacular full-length release, which reflects on conceptual themes such as self-awareness, relinquishing our ego and self-conceited tendencies to find out who we truly are.

In celebration of the new album, MaYaN have released an official music video for “Saints Don’t Die”. Watch the new clip here:


Singer Mark Jansen explains the background of the track: “‘Saints Don’t Die’ deals with wars being fought on the backs of young men and women, who are sent to battle and then suffer the consequences their entire life time, while the ‘Saints’ stay in their ivory towers, just pulling the strings.”

Get your copy of the jewelcase (incl. bonus instrumental CD in O-card), the black or the limited gold vinyl now via this link:

Be quick and don’t miss your chance to celebrate the release of Dhyana together with the band on these three release shows in the Netherlands and Belgium:

21.09. NL Reuver – De Schakel (Try out show)
22.09. NL Utrecht – De Helling (Dutch release show)
23.09. B Chapelle-lez-Herlaimont – Le Cercle (Belgian release show)

16.-17.08. A Graz – Metal On The Hill Festival

In case you missed the first impressions of Dhyana, check them out here:
‘The Rhythm of Freedom’ (lyric video):
“Dhyana” (music video):
Behind the scenes #1:
Behind the scenes #2:
About the songwriting:
About the song “Satori”:

Stream or download the singles via this link:
“The Rhythm Of Freedom”:

The current line-up of MaYaN reads as follows:
Mark Jansen, George Oosthoek | grunts
Henning Basse, Adam Denlinger | clean male vocals
Laura Macrì, Marcela Bovio | clean female vocals
Jack Driessen | synths, orchestral arrangements
Frank Schiphorst, Merel Bechtold/Arjan Rijnen/Jord Otto | guitars
Roel Käller | bass
Ariën van Weesenbeek | drums

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