Tengger Cavalry Unveils ‘Mountain Side’ Video

Tengger Cavalry debuted its new music video this week.

The New York-based Mongolian metal act debuted the video for its song ‘Mountain Side’ on Monday.  The song is the title from the band’s newly released Mountain Side EP.  The video features live footage of the band presented in a rather psychedelic fashion.  Audiences can view the video online now via Noisey.

 

Courtesy: Tengger Cavalry

Courtesy: Tengger Cavalry

 

The band’s new video was directed by one of its own, Uljmuren, the band’s morin khuur player.  The morin khuur is also known as a horsehead fiddle.  It is considered to be one of the Mongol people’s most important instruments and a symbol of the Mongolian nation.  It is literally topped by a carved horse’s head and is played in the style similar to a cello.  Front man Nature Ganganbaigal noted Uljmuren’s experience behind the lens in discussing why the band opted to have him helm its new video.  “Before Uljmuren came to the US, he was a TV show and film director in Inner Mongolia in China,” he said.  “He participated in more than 200 episodes of TV show production. His TV show was very popular among the Mongolian community in China. The show discussed controversial conflicts between modern society and nomadic life. He also went to professional music school in Beijing and participated in multiple rock/metal bands.”

Tengger Cavalry was recently awarded a Bronze Medal for ‘Mountain Side’ as part of the annual Global Music AwardsMountain Side presents a mix of alternate arrangements of songs from the band’s latest full-length studio recording Blood Sacrifice Shaman (2015), folk recordings, and new songs.  Fans can stream Blood Sacrifice Shaman online now via the band’s Bandcamp site.  The complete track listing for Mountain Side is noted below.

Courtesy: Tengger Cavalry

Courtesy: Tengger Cavalry

Mountain Side EP track listing:

1. Intro

2. Mountain Side

3. War Horse (2016 version)

4. Mountain Side (acoustic)

5. Interlude

6. Mountain Side (Club Mix)

7. Krutaya Gora

8. Mountain Side (Instrumental)

9. Bonus-Tengger Cavalry (live)

10. Bonus-Folk Jam 01

11. Bonus-Folk Jam 02

 

Tengger Cavalry will launch a tour next month in support of its new EP.  The tour is currently scheduled to begin Saturday, May 14th in Naugutuck, CT.  It also includes a stop in North Carolina on Thursday, June 2nd.  The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

Courtesy:  Tengger Cavalry

Courtesy: Tengger Cavalry

 

TENGGER CAVALRY U.S TOUR DATES:

5/14 – Naugatuck, CT @ Cooks Cafe

5/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie

5/17 – Indianapolis, IN @ 5th Quarter

5/18 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean

5/20 – Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room

5/22 – Denver, CO @ 3 Kings

5/24 – Seattle, WA @ Highline

5/25 – Portland, OR @ Ash St. Saloon

5/26 – San Francisco, CA @ Elbo Room

5/27 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick

5/28 – Los Angeles, CA @ Viper Room

5/29 – Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock

5/31 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog

6/1 – New Orleans, LA @ Siberia

6/2 – Asheville, NC @ Mothlight

6/4 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall

 

More information on Tengger Cavalry’s new EP is available online now, along with all of the latest updates on the band’s upcoming tour, and all of the band’s latest headlines at:

 

Website: http://tengger-cavalry.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tengger0cavalry

 

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