Providing a sneak preview of their forthcoming album, post-rock/metal ensemble Seeress introduce ‘Holograms.’
Originating from Cleveland, Ohio, Seeress, a rising act in the post-metal realm, has been making waves since their emergence in 2014. Their virtuosity shines through intricate musical patterns that skillfully translate complex human emotions into a genre-defying sound. Beyond the boundaries of post-metal, their music occasionally resonates with elements of post-hardcore, shoegaze, sludge metal, and goth.
Over the past few years, Seeress has delighted their expanding fanbase with notable releases such as the EP Great Void in 2017 and their debut full-length LP The Dream Passes in 2019. These works garnered attention from specialized media outlets like Heavy Blog Is Heavy and earned them a feature on the esteemed YouTube channel WherePostRockDwells, recognized as the go-to source for post-rock/metal releases worldwide.
This year marked Seeress’s triumphant return with the release of the single ‘Fear’ in September, a track reflecting their perspective on recent global events and their societal impact. Expanding on these themes, their latest release, Holograms, delves into the perception of the population as mere ‘holograms’ in the eyes of those in power—illusory figures lacking significance.
Musically, Holograms is a testament to Seeress’s undeniable versatility. Infused with nostalgia-laden distorted guitars, piercing drums, and hauntingly melodic vocals, the track seamlessly blurs the lines between genres, culminating in a cathartic requiem that unfolds over six minutes.
Holograms stands as a showcase of post-metal brilliance, combining clever lyricism with alluring instrumentation.
Serving as the second single from Seeress’s upcoming album, ‘Empathy,’ ‘Holograms’ was recorded by producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank, and Fiona Apple) with mastering by Alan Douches. With such esteemed collaborators, Empathy is poised to make a resounding impact on the post-metal scene.
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