US-based multi-instrumentalist ZEKE SKY today releases a video for “Light The Sky.” The latest single comes by way of his Atomic Fire Records label debut, Intergalactic Demon King, set for release on November 11th.
Zeke comments, “‘Light The Sky’ is a story of conspicuous bravery in the face of an infinite enemy; that enemy that shakes the ground with its march and drinks rivers dry. Confront this enemy with a battle cry I have written for you.”
Witness ZEKE SKY’s guitar virtuosity courtesy of the video for “Light The Sky,” created by AllView Cinema & Photography, at THIS LOCATION. Stream/purchase the single at THIS LOCATION.
The eleven-track Intergalactic Demon King was produced by Zeke alongside Kevin Antreassian (The Dillinger Escape Plan) who was also responsible for tracking, mixing, and mastering these tunes at Backroom Studios, adding vital touches to make them shine as bright as they do now. The album’s fantasy-laden artwork was contributed by Dafid Rizal.
Preorder Intergalactic Demon King on digipak CD or LP in multiple color variants, or preorder it digitally to receive “Light The Sky,” “Say Your Prayers,” and the title track instantly at THIS LOCATION.
ZEKE SKY is an American guitarist, pianist, vocalist, and composer who has made continuous impact since videos of his playing and songs emerged on the internet in 2018. Combining influences of psychedelic rock, progressive metal, heavy metal and world music, Zeke goes against the grain in writing and performing bold and visionary songs without limitation, dealing with complex lyric issues ranging from toxic love to kingly conquests. In the same year, ZEKE SKY played his first live event opening for King’s X as part of a home recorded album effort. Despite the total infancy of his name, an impressive number of copies were sold of this obscure album on the web.
ZEKE followed up with a pair of singles in 2019 and 2020 with updated production ethics and of course more aggressive playing, and those saw favorable reviews all over the world, including Rolling Stone Magazine India who lauded, “an all-out incendiary, hyper-melodic offering of metal and rock, complete with catchy choruses and wild guitar solos.”