Finnish melodic heavy metal band Mysterizer released a new single and music video!

Finnish melodic heavy metal band Mysterizer released a new single and music video Alea Iacta Est.

Promo pic by Sanni Luttinen

With this single release the band continues their cooperation with Inverse Records which released their Invisible Enemy debut album in 2019. The single is mixed & mastered at Tico Tico studio by Ahti Kortelainen (Sentenced, Mors Principium Est, Sonata Arctica, Eternal Tears of Sorrow, etc.)

Watch the ‘Alea Iacta Est’ music video here:

Vocalist Tomi Kurtti comments:

“Alea Iacta Est is the words uttered by Julius Caesar when he crossed the Rubicon with his troops and went to Rome to seize power, that is, the song tells of it. The song is pretty full pounding and here we go loud with a big and massive chorus with several singers. We have also changed the lineup a bit, so you can hear it in a good way”

Listen to Alea Iacta Est single:
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19th-century illustration, “Caesar crossing the Rubicon.” Romans under Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River from Gaul into Italy in 49 B.C. Caesar, in breaking Roman law by leading his army back across the river towards Rome, uttered “alea iacta est” (“the die is cast). Thus the expression “crossing the Rubicon” has come to suggest an action that cannot be undone.

Single cover by: ​Joni Kylätie

Vocals: Tomi Kurtti
Guitar: Mike Hammer
Bass: Ian Guidestone
Drums: Joni Kylätie
Keyboards: Antti Parviainen

Instagram: @mysterizerband