Sardinian metal act Moebius have unveiled their new music video and second single ‘Mercury’, and have given us an exclusive look at the clever, intriguing and truly unique video/song, as it impressively is made by nine words in Morse code used as a rhythmical pattern!
Check out the video for ‘Mercury’ below!
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpxAaf5d1zE
The single is taken from their upcoming new concept album called ‘Hybris’. It has been mixed and mastered by Daniel Bergstrand (Meshuggah, Strapping Young Lad, Behemoth) and it will be released on October 20th 2017.
Moebius were officially born in 2014. The band at that time was already working on the project of a concept album focused on math ideas, philosophy and ancient Greek drama themes. Moebius was chosen as band name due to the perfect match with the first structure ideas for the concept album Hybris and the Möbius strip, made by the German mathematician and theoretical astronomer August Ferdinand Möbius.
The sound of the band is strongly focused on rhythm and groove, influenced by Pantera and Rage against the machine at first, Meshuggah, Tool, Porcupine Tree and Mastodon after, leading to a new mix of power and melody.
In July 2017 the band changed his singer Matteo Guida with the talented Andrea Orrù, and added also Andrea Palmas as second guitar.
Currently Moebius are ready to promote their debut album Hybris with live shows all over Europe.