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See Orbit Culture Rage in Fiery New "Strangler" Video

'Shaman' standout gets high-octane visual

Back in September, Sweden's Orbit Culture — one of Revolver's favorite up-and-comers — dropped the five-track EP, Shaman, the follow-up to 2020's acclaimed full-length, Nija. One of the record's highlights is its fourth cut, "Strangler," a dynamic ripper that showcases the group's Gojira-esque sound, and today (November 2nd) the band unleashed a high-octane performance music video for the song. Watch above.

"Shaman has that flow to be executed more in a live setting, which was one of the goals creating it," Orbit Culture frontman and ringleader Niklas Karlsson commented. "We want to be a band that's able to run around the stage and engage with the audience, rather than standing in one place and sweating over weird guitar patterns. I think that's the major difference between Nija to Shaman. We want people to be blown away live and the songs on this EP are somewhat constructed for that. Of course, you'll get what you expect from us; heavy and fast guitars combined with low-tuned drops followed up by sing-along choruses with an exotic twist. I think that describes Shaman's overall vibe."