Kamancello, a clever derivative from the instruments they play, the kamanche and the cello, is comprised of Shahriyar Jamshidi and Raphael Weinroth-Browne (The Visit). Fusing together elements of Persian and Kurdish music with classical and metal influences, the duo has proven that music has no boundaries. They are set to release their debut album later this year. Until then, we are pleased to premiere their latest recording, ‘Serpentine’.

Full of expression and head banging interludes, this recording was completely improvised and recorded in a single unedited take at Union Sound Company in Toronto, Canada. When you watch the video, you will know how unbelievably incredible that fact really is.

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