The US alt-rock project Nights released the single Gone on the 8th.
Introduced in January with the single Hollow – Gone is of more feisty nature with its rock underpinning that surrounds the disarming vocal in a three and almost three quarters minutes of music which belies that this is a newish project, from a musician I was keen to hear more from on the back of just one song in January – even more so the case now and with fortune there will be an LP or EP surfacing sooner rather than later.
As I discover more news, I will aim to keep you appraised.
The Australian melodic metal outfit Naberus release the LP Hollow on the 29th of June.
Naberus – Hollow – artwork
Hollow is the long awaited follow-up to the 2016 album The Lost Reveries – the first track to surface from the LP is the sixth of the fourteen and the title song which finds Naberus in fine fettle signposting of a release to grab hold of in a couple of months on its release.
Currently only one song is around, Hollow, which was released on the 8th, though word arrives of an EP in the offing.
The combinations of electronica and natural instrumentation immediately capture notice and the audience finds themselves intrigued to explore where the slightly poppy blend of rock riffs is heading and once the stupendous vocal enters the fray there is no turning back. With some fortune, for those of us who are not very good with pop-music, discover that as the track develops so the intensity of the rock infusion builds – to create a song that requires immediate replay just to ensure Hollow is as good as was initially thought, only to discover it is even better.
I look forward to hearing more by Mel Denisse – the person who is NIGHTS.
Their newest track – Hollow – is a barrage of sound that pulverises the ears in a roughly three and three quarters minutes of lamentation of a world spinning out of control on an ever more erratic axis.