CYHRA Unleash Single & Video For “Life Is A Hurricane”; New Album “The Vertigo Trigger” to Arrive In August

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Swedish melodic metal rockers CYHRA return with an explosive announcement. The band are proud to announce their new studio album titled “The Vertigo Trigger”, which will be released on August 18th via Nuclear Blast Records. Founded by vocalist Jake E (ex-AMARANTHE) and guitarist Jesper Strömblad (ex-IN FLAMES), and with the addition of lead guitarist Euge Valovirta (ex-SHINING) and drummer Alex Landenburg (KAMELOT), CYHRA has already released two highly acclaimed albums which proof that the band have managed to create their own identity and sound.

Now in 2023, coming four years after their last album “No Halos In Hell”, “The Vertigo Trigger” is CYHRA‘s third studio album, and their first featuring recently added guitarist Marcus Sunesson (ex-THE CROWN/ENGEL). The band released the album’s first single ‘Ready To Rumble’ last autumn, and fans will now undoubtedly be pleased to learn that the track is a part of a new full-length record.

Along with the album announcement, the Swedes also deliver new single ‘Life Is A Hurricane’ today, which is accompanied by a new music video and can be watched below.

Pre-order or pre-save the new album “The Vertigo Trigger” HERE.

Vocalist Jake E comments: “A song that grabs you from the first second and holds on until the last beat. And a fantastic video by mastermind Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film!”

Drummer Alex Landenburg adds: “Life Is A Hurricane was one of the first songs we wrote for the new album. It’s one of these songs where the vocal melody and the rhythm are tightly connected and really complement each other. It’s probably also our best video so far.”

Guitarist Euge Valovirta echoes the sentiment: “A hurricane of a song it is! It starts with a heavy riff and a guitar solo so what’s a better way to start a song than that? Hope you all enjoy it! Oh and the video is pretty damn intense too!”

“The Vertigo Trigger”


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