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RAZOR’s 11th single GRAVITY EMOTION was released on March 7 which was led by the reveal of its sound-effect-heavy and visually intense music video.
GRAVITY EMOTION offers prevalent chugging riffs, and symphonic synths are matched with dizzying camera angles alongside futuristic and psychedelically intense visual effects. These elements bring the visual and auditory senses to their limits.
The band also uses visualizations of Earth from space, a time-lapse of the night sky, and a close-up of the river, giving a greater sense to the song name GRAVITY EMOTION.
As a single, GRAVITY EMOTION was released in types A and B.
Type A features two songs and a download card that holds the title track’s music video. Type B includes only the CD and adds a third track, Che Guevara, and a download card with the making-of for the title track’s music video.
RAZOR’s artist photos for the release have portrait shots of the band members.