EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Dymbur Shares Their Video for “Child Abuse”


Indian Folk Metal band Dymbur has been gaining notice with their incredible recent single “Child Abuse!” The band has just dropped the explosive video for the track aimed at raising both awareness and money for charity, which you can see below, here at Ghost Cult! The band brings an incredible blend of Indian music, Folk Metal, and rap metal, with all the melodic power of the best metalcore bands in the world! Check out the clip here!


The band commented “This song talks about the current situation in India with regards to Child Abuse. A good amount of research has been done before the lyrics were laid down and the stats and figures mentioned in the song paints a clear picture of what is happening in the country. Of course, certain lines in the song talk about Child Abuse that is prevalent in other cultures as well. Our intention here is not to point fingers at anyone but to raise awareness about Child Abuse and hopefully be able to create a behavioural change in the society.”

“We not only aim to raise awareness on the topic but also to raise funds for the non-profit organization which is based in Shillong, Meghalaya, India called ‘SPARK – Bringing Light to Lives’ which is a self-funded organization that is in dire need of financial aid.”


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“DYMBUR” is a word of KHASI origin that translates into English as “Fig Tree”.

The KHASI people are an indigenous tribe, who live in the State of Meghalaya which is in the north eastern part of India.

‘DYMBUR’ – The fig tree symbolizing rebirth, progression and evolution, of victory after struggle, Fresh leaves from old branches forming new shapes defining one of nature’s basic laws, the ability to regenerate and grow anew after a dry spell.

On November 2021, Dymbur announced the band’s shift towards folk metal, which we termed as ‘KHASI THRAAT FOLK METAL



Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Cornelius Kharsyntiew at Legato Recording Studio, Shillong, India.

Script by DYMBUR

Video Edited by Cornelius Kharsyntiew

Video Produced by Andreas Nathaniel War



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