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Sounds | Night Verses - Karma Wheel

Een progmetalbommetje dat heavy, catchy én compact is, dat komen we zoveel niet tegen. Night Verses laat - vanzelfprekend - dynamisch en gevarieerd drumwerk horen, maar ook een vrij inventief gitaarspel. Alweer eens een band waar ik nog nooit van had gehoord en die bij deze op mijn lijste van 'naar uit te kijken concerten' staat. Die video trouwens .... WOW! PS: Het schiet me plots te binnen aan wie ze me doen denken: Long Distance Calling!

Every Sound Has a Color In The Valley Of Night, pt.1 verschijnt op 15 september via Rude Records / Equal Vision Records.

Luister ook naar: Arrival


Prog metal voyagers Night Verses have announced their phenomenal new double album ‘Every Sound Has a Color In The Valley Of Night’, with Part 1 due out September 15th via Rude Records / Equal Vision Records. Coinciding with the announcement, the band has released new single and official music video “Karma Wheel”.

Last month, the band released comeback single “Arrival” which marked their first new music in 5 years and heralded the end of their hiatus. Now, “Karma Wheel” offers fans a second glimpse into Night Verses' boundary - pushing new era.

‘Every Sound Has a Color In The Valley Of Night’ will be released in two parts. Part 1 coming September 15th and Part 2 due out in early 2024. Across both parts the album features a star - studded cast of guests including Tool bassist Justin Chancellor, Author & Punisher, Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd and Circa Survive's Anthony Green, 'Every Sound Has A Color In The Valley Of Night' sees Night Verses tear up the rulebook with a kaleidoscopic vision and truly living up to the accolade given to them by Noisey who referred to the band as “the Salvador Dali of Progressive metal”.

Speaking on their long awaited new album, Night Verses collectively share: “This album is an assessment of human rituals and the power they hold. Not only on the individual, but also on the world around them. It reflects how the practices we devote our energy to have always determined the reality we occupy. For better or for worse. Ultimately we want the listeners to find their own connection to the album, but this entire record was composed with different physical environments in mind for each song. Aiming to align the physical, visual and sonic experience in a way that could fully immerse the listener while giving them the space to find their own connection to the music”.


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