Samsara Share Video For Ghost

Samsara

After the well received release of their single “Mythomania”, Arizona Metalcore act Samsara are unveiling another heartstopping track. “Ghost” is full of primal vocals contradicting poignant lyrics. This sonic triumph focuses on addiction and the inability to break a bad habit. With a lively video filmed by Chris Echols to accompany the release, “Ghost” provides a unique perspective on an unfortunately relatable topic for many.

“Ghost was written about the outsider’s perspective looking in on addiction and not quite understanding how it’s affected you until you’ve walked away.” – Daniel Castaneda

Guitarist and clean vocalist Billy Arviso had this to say on the music video: “The music video was a fun experience overall. We rented a house out in San Diego that actual random people lived in, and shot in different rooms of their house. We had our friend Chris Echols shoot this video and he’s great at what he does and brought this video to life. We weren’t looking for anything crazy acting or anything just to the point and straight forward.”

Yuma, Arizona brings you metalcore quartet Samsara. With growling lows, soaring choruses, and punch you in the face breakdowns Samsara always delivers the goods with such ease. With their release of their Debut EP “Bloodlines” in 2016 and their EP “Reap What You Sow” (Innerstrength Records) in 2019, Samsara has gained respect from industry professionals from all over; meanwhile relentlessly touring through the states logging countless miles on the road. Samsara is a force to be reckoned with and ready to show the world who they are.

Follow Samsara and stay up to date on future releases HERE.

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