Purbawara has released their first official music video “NARAKA” on YouTube. The term “NARAKA” has been adopted from various religious terms from Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism and also Hinduism. It is generally used to define hell in the Malay language, either in the spelling of “NERAKA” or “NARAKA”.

The song depicts the human mind on various aspects of understanding the afterlife, but the end will always be the same even whichever path we choose. At the end, we only desire to be a humble servant to the Almighty, and the religion. We, as human beings, relish to do what’s best for the religion. The world or Afterlife, which would it be...

Purbawara collaborates with multiple vocalists from well-known bands such as Makhlvk (one-man Indonesian deathcore band), Riko (Vocalist of SOG / Sekumpulan Orang Gila) and Firdaus (Former vocalist of Daarchlea). Not only that, Purbawara has recruited a new member – Jun, third guitarist officially into their lineup.

Check out the music video HERE.

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