Witnesses stream new album

2019-03-18 by Voivod STAFF | 2 Comments
Witnesses, a New York outfit initially inclined towards ambient/cinematic music, ventures into epic/atmospheric doom metal with its new release To Disappear and to Be Nothing, streaming at the band's official Bandcamp account.

The album, which is an independent release since today (March 18), features Kody Ternes on vocals and Mark Zonder (Warlord/ex-Fates Warning) on drums.

You can stream the album, by activating the link below:
http://witnesses-nyc.bandcamp.com/album/to-disappear-and-to-be-nothing

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Krpa
March 19th 2019
62 Comments


This sounds really good, and the whole album costs only a dollar... Wow.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
March 19th 2019
8301 Comments


It's good indeed, this type of clean vocals is unusual for epic doom and forms a nice contrast with the music, which is also reminiscent of '90s doom/death metal minus the growls, for example My Dying Bride.

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