TENGGER CAVALRY Reveals Playthrough-Style Music Video for “Chasing My Horse”

Global Music Award-winning nomadic folk metal group TENGGER CAVALRY recently announced their upcoming return to Carnegie Hall’s stunning Weill Recital Hall in New York City (154 W 57th St.) for a special performance on Thursday, September 20.


The performance will begin at 8:00 PM and tickets start at $30. The performance will feature traditional nomadic musical techniques and instruments such as throat singing, Mongolian long song, and Morin Khuur. The line-up for the event will include Nature on fiddle, Zong Li on keyboard, Wulijimuren on fiddle, Randy on drums, Greg on bass, and Pat on guitar. Visit this link for more information.

In celebration of the original show announcement, TENGGER CAVALRY revealed a new music video for “Redefine”. Today, the band is following up with another music video, this time presented playthrough-style for the track “Chasing My Horse”.

Frontman Nature G explains,

“This video is a playthrough-style music video created to celebrate our upcoming Carnegie Hall performance and a full North American tour at the end of 2018 – to be announced. We are working hard to prepare ourselves to bring the best folk traditional sound we can for our audience at the Carnegie Hall gig.”

The performance line-up in the “Chasing My Horse” video is Nature on fiddle, Wulijimuren on fiddle, Randy on drums, Greg on bass, and Zong Li on keyboard.

“Chasing My Horse” and “Redefine” can be found on TENGGER CAVALRY’s latest album, Cian Bi, which can be ordered via iTunes, Amazon, and/or Google Play, and streamed via Spotify.

Nature G also just released his soundtrack to a documentary about director Yimou Zhang. Zhang is widely known as the director of The Great Wall, released in 2016 and featuring international stars Matt Damon, Pedro Pascal (Oberyn in Game of Thrones), and more. The upcoming documentary that features Nature’s soundtrack details the shooting of Zhang’s new film, Shadow. The soundtrack was just released – also via Napalm Records – and is available for streaming via Spotify and Bandcamp. Nature says that the process of writing this soundtrack for the documentary has been, “his greatest honor”.

Watch the trailer here:

About TENGGER CAVALRY:

As one of the most unique and innovative acts in modern music, TENGGER CAVALRY (“the army of the sky god” in Mongolian) blends the nomadic musical traditions, instrumentation and warrior spirit of Central Asia with the aggression and power of heavy metal. The group was founded by Nature “G” Ganganbaigal, who sings using the ancient Mongolian tradition of Khoomei (more commonly known as throat-singing) and plays multiple native instruments, including the Morin Khuur (an ancient fiddle), the Tovshuur (a Mongolian guitar) and the Mongolian flute.

Following Nature G’s relocation to America five years ago, TENGGER CAVALRY has successfully completed several tours and even sold out a performance at New York City’s prestigious Carnegie Hall.

In the studio, meanwhile, the group’s output has been prodigious – since forming in 2010, they’ve released six full-length albums, two EPs and numerous singles, including unique cover interpretations of metal classics. In January, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine retweeted the group’s cover of “Symphony of Destruction,” while the previous month, the official Motörhead Facebook page reposted their rendition of “Fight.”

TENGGER CAVALRY has been praised by top media outlets such as Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, Billboard, CNN, The Huffington Post and countless others.

Learn more about TENGGER CAVALRY:

http://tengger-cavalry.com
www.facebook.com/tengger0cavalry

TENGGER CAVALRY full line-up is:

Nature G – Vocals, Dombra, Production, Composition
Wulijimuren – Morin Khuur
Greg Baker – Bass
Pat Reilly – Guitar
Randy Tesser – Drums

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