Israeli prog metal group Subterranean Masquerade have dedicated their latest Mountain Fever single, "Somewhere I Sadly Belong," to anyone in the world currently in refuge and exile. The song, premiering here at Loudwire, also features guest appearance's from Melechesh vocalist/guitarist Ashmedi Melechech and gospel choir vocals by British singer Jackie Hole.
"This one is extremely dear to us and might be one of the most personal songs on the album. It's about history, but also about history in the making. The song is dedicated to all people in refuge and exile. I would also like to dedicate it to my grandmother. We used sign language in the chorus of the video to symbolize the deafness of our society toward those who are in need," reflected lead vocalist Davidavi Dolev.