Supreme doom explorers MESSA debut new song « The Seer » ; « Feast For Water » out April 6th on Aural Music.
Italy’s most intriguing doom explorers MESSA are unveiling a new track off their bewitching upcoming album « Feast For Water » today via Heavy Blog Is Heavy. The band’s new effort is due out April 6th on Aural Music.
« The Seer » is the second excerpt off MESSA‘s sophomore album « Feast For Water », and showcases the band’s more classic rock influences, with guitar tones whirling like raindrops over a lake of heaviness. Sophisticated, dark and soulful to the core, « Feast For Water » is a multi-faceted doom record from a band who is not afraid of putting sonic experimentation to serve their spiritual and transcendantal intentions, using jazz, classic rock and drone/doom metal all in one to create beautiful, unique soundscapes.
via Heavy Blog Is Heavy
Out April 6th on Aural Music – Preorder
2. Snakeskin Drape
4. The Seer
5. She Knows
7. White Stains
8. Da Tariki Tariquat
MESSA play evoking doom metal with a dark jazz twist. Deliciously haunting female vocals, Rhodes piano and 70’s fuzz guitars combine to conjure a sound that is all of their own. With influences as diverse as Windhand, Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore, The Devil’s Blood, Jex Thoth, Angelo Badalamenti, Bellwitch, Urfaust, John Coltrane and Aluk Todolo, the band has moved from the droning occult doom of their first LP « Belfry » to a new, darker and more atmospheric approach clearly showcased in their new record « Feast for Water », a concept album centered on the introspective, symbolic and ritual features of the liquid element
Marco – Guitar, Bass, Ambient
Sara – Voice
Rocco – Drums, Screams
Alberto – Lead Guitar, Rhodes piano