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LOVIATAR premiere new video for 'Silica'


Of the track the band comment:

"Silica explores the feeling of grief that envelops us when we contemplate the fact that our time is forever running out. How do we attribute meaning to a life that we know is doomed to be devoured by entropy? Heavy metal as an art form overflows almost comically with odes to death and dying; perhaps because when we step back and observe the truth that awaits us, we can only weep or scream with helplessness."

Leaving behind the realms of mythology and fantasy writing as lyrical inspiration, on Lightless LOVIATAR turn to something altogether more terrifying as they channel the realities of life - what it means, how it envelops us, how we leave it behind. With a heavy dose of post-metal and some gothic touches for good measure, LOVIATAR have created a sound that is distinctively theirs. The smothering density of foggy night is captured in the riffs and sludge of Lightless, encapsulating the feeling of existential dread and hopelessness that pervades.

Recorded by their bass player, Mike Bond at Wolf Lake Studios - the recording facility he co-owns with drummer, JP - in the forest of Lac-des-Loups, Quebec, LOVIATAR had the space to experiment and reshape as they went. With no time constraints or outside pressures, the pieces fell into place at their own pace. Mixing and mastering was also handled by Mike to put the finishing touches to this overcast missive.


Lightless track listing
1. Suffocating Delirium
2. Horse in Thrall
3. Cave In
4. Silica
5. All The Witches You Failed to Burn
6. Lightless

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    March 20, 2020

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