Supreme Unbeing is a mysterious 5-piece metal band led by singer / prophet Zac Red, with fellow Prophets D. Vine (lead guitar), D. Sciple (rhythm guitar), Unknown (bass) and Al Mytee (drums) ). Although the group has recently transformed from animated characters into true flesh and blood entities, their impact has been felt in the physical realm since the release (October 2020) of their first full album Enter Reality.

Letting nature take its course, Supreme Unbeing has released their haunting, high-octane new single, “Hide The Beast,” from their upcoming second album, Enduring Physicality, which will be released in May).

“Hide The Beast” will get your blood pumping as it offers a dual perspective of the brutality and anxiety of our raw nature – that of the beast and that of the victim – but who really is which? Being Supreme Unbeing’s first song with a feature film, “Hide The Beast” features an appearance by lead singer Eleine Madeleine Liljestam.

“We all have a beast in us that we try, oh, so hard to tame, but in the end we can’t – as the song says – hide the beast. We can only find inner peace and build a strong relationship with ourselves when we understand and trust our inner beast the same way we understand and trust the person others think they see when they see you ” , says Zac Red.

Continuing the success of the previous single “Face Of Evil”, dreadful and disturbing, which had already accumulated +600,000 views on YouTube in less than a month, Supreme Unbeing, with “Hide The Beast” will force you, once again, to throw a deep look inside yourself after studying the lyrics of the song. With Swedish actor Dragomir Mrsic (known from “Snabba Cash” and “Edge Of Tomorrow” where he played alongside Tom Cruise) also continuing his portrayal of another character, in the video for Hide The Beast, only the intrepid will dare to follow where this “miniseries” will lead.

“I have played many roles and characters, both in life and on television. I have “killed” most of the people in Swedish television history, allowing me to use my inner beast to represent all of these parts. This time, I don’t know who the real beast really is, ”says Dragomir Mrsic.

Mixed and mastered by Sebastian “Seeb” Levermann, singer / guitarist of German metal band Orden Ogan, the track is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and all major streaming services.

“You can’t hide or run away from nature,” concludes Supreme Unbeing’s Zac Red.



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