Nightblade: New Video – ‘Find The Strength Within’

Brit alternative rock quartet NIGHTBLADE continue their rise with their current album, Ignorance Is Bliss, out now. The Midlanders have also just dropped a hugely striking and visually appealing new video for the track, Find The Strength Within, featuring acclaimed performer Imogen Hunter.

Formed in 2010, NIGHTBLADE quickly unleashed their much-praised debut album, Servant To Your Lair, which ignited widespread touring and swift support from Metal Hammer magazine. The quartet then kicked on with the release of their sophomore album, Closer To The Threshold, which arrived in 2013. The release garnered the support of Powerplay and also introduced the band to the Japanese market with the country’s largest rock magazine, Burn, to back the Brit rockers. NIGHTBLADE spent the next two years playing a host of successful shows across the country, sharing stages with reputable international acts such as Snakecharmer, Wolfsbane and Diamond Head. The band then revealed their 2015 EP, Crisis Has No Prejudice, to much praise once again. The following year, the foursome took some time out and went into hiatus. In 2020, however, NIGHTBLADE resurged with their latest album, Ignorance Is Bliss.

Ignorance Is Bliss has already picked up a raft of coverage and support from: HRH Magazine, ERB Magazine, Ramzine and Moshville Times, who all heralded the album as a true return to form for the alt-rockers. The band’s refreshed and re-energised sound has seen the rockers rack up favourable comparisons to the likes of Alter Bridge, Guns N Roses and Shinedown. With a new video in tow, and a brand new album set to land in 2021, NIGHTBLADE are back with a vengeance.

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