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!
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.
In the band’s words “We have been writing one song at a time and guess we are trying to expand our musical horizon every
time. Our first single “I Bear Fire” was a really straightforward and catchy song. With this new single “Till the Sea Swallows Us Whole”, we wanted a bit more depth and diversity in the song structure and also added some acoustic guitars”.
“Till the Sea Swallows Us Whole” has been recorded & mixed by Juhamatti Kauppinen (SHED Studios) and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios.
WDFD Records Ltd are delighted to announce that Midlands-based rock band Anonymous have signed to the label, and will join THEIA in spearheading their plans to bring young purveyors of the classic rock sound to old and new listeners.
Quotes: “That’s more like it! Tight musicianship and well-constructed songs.” Paul Anthony, Planet Rock
“An authentic blend of Rock and Blues, featuring powerful vocals and clever songs Birmingham Live Bands (BLB)
“Infectious performances, with richly created chords, ear-smacking hooks and breaks, blended with plenty of dazzling guitar work.” Music in Leicester Magazine
The recently formed label has shown a clear intention to seek out bands who share common traits – great music and a hard work ethic of course, but also a desire to work with other bands for the greater good rather than in competition. The ethos of WDFD Records Ltd is “we are stronger together”.
Within a year of their inception, Vrona had already performed at Bloodstock andMammothfest, and shared stages with the likes of Dorje, Cambion, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing and more. Their first EP ‘A Lapse In Time’ released in early 2016 gained them critical acclaim with their instrumental offerings being compared to a vocal-less mix of Karnivool, TesseracT and Tool.
2017 sees a marked change in the band as they release two new tracks on October 25th and unveil a new twist to their ever evolving sound – the introduction of vocalist Jamie Ball.
The two track release entitled ‘Impermanence’ still showcasesVrona‘s brand of progressive ambient metal. However, the addition of vocals, and the acceptance of more outside influences into their melting pot shows that the band are not afraid to change things up.
Their monster third album ‘Born A Dying Breed’ will be released on 3rd Nov and it sees the band really ramping things up a notch, huge chunky hard rock tracks intermingled with some sublime songs showcasing their lighter touch, this truly is a fabulous album and should see them rise through the ranks with speed.
Northants rockers STORMBRINGER formed in summer 2011 when founding members Jon Quantrill, Dom Wallace, Ash Smith and Darren McCullagh got together to write and create what would become the 2013 debut album ‘MMXIII’, recorded with vocalist Mike Stockley. A mix of classic rock and heavy metal with a contemporary edge saw Stormbringer quickly set themselves apart.
The Cherry Dolls release their utterly wonderful track ‘Blister‘ as a lead in to the release of their album ‘Viva Los Dolls‘ on Golden Robot Records on November 24th.
This mellow single is a sublime tune from The Cherry Dolls, a melancholic touch of brilliance (tongue firmly in cheek too!) infiltrating their normally more full on punky stylings. Simply stunning & one not to be missed.
“Raw dog dirty realness as Rock ‘n’ Roll should be! I would describe this band as heavily influenced by The Stooges, MC5, Johnny Thunders or New York Dolls, of course there are many bands out there with similar influences, The Cherry Dolls are a band who gets it right. I love the sort of country and western meets old school punk track …….. but I really dig the whole album! I suspect these catz would be really awesome live!”