DEATHCORE BRUISERS “THIRDSPHERE” RELEASE NEW VIDEO FOR ARCANE TRACK “HORUS‘ EYE”.
Deathcore slaughters THIRDSPHERE from Portugal are back with a brand new video for track HORUS’ EYE released on March 27th, 2019. The new footage follows up the previous video release for track IR Interference featuring Andrew Ivashchenko, lead vocalist of progressive metal outfit Shokran out on October 11th, 2018.
Thirdsphere include: Nuno Cardoso at vocals, Francisco Beato and Filipe Pereira at guitars and Francis Cappola at drums. Having kicked off their journey back in 2008, Thirdsphere have released EPs Fire and Ice, until the creative and writing process has shifted to a more technical delivery.
Starting from straight heaviness, the band focused even more on harsh vocals, a frenzy and intricate guitar work also allowing the introduction of dramatic melodies and electronic influences. This is particularly exposed on their punishing full-length album SYZYGY out in December 2017 via Circle Melody Records. Off Syzygy they were pulled out video releases for Worms, Monster, IR Interference and finally Horus’ Eye.The video for Horus’ Eye was recorded during the shows Thirdsphere played last summer to praise their followers and people who have supported the band along the last two years and their overall journey into music. The footage is also showcasing what truly means to be taking part to a Thirdsphere’s live show and what their music output and energy feels like on different stages.
We had the chance to review SYGYZY and interview Francis and Filipe to discuss the record in detail. To read our review and interview please check out: www.sickandsound.it/category/artists/thirdsphere.
THIRDSPHERE. HORUS’ EYE.
Lyrical inspiration and track review
Horus’ Eye is a dark song wrapped up by Egyptian tones and melodies snapped by Nuno Cardoso’s cavernous growls. The intro and melodic bridges are reminding me of The Royal. The tracks is encompassing a level of full-throttled intensity and showcases a soundscape full of blast beats battling against ferocious vocals and hammering mid tempo. Sinister backing vocals add to the haunting backdrop. Here Thirdsphere show off technically proficient guitar riffs which punctuates the arcane and mysterious scenario the song also carries in its lyrics.
Lyrically, the song discusses the origins of humanity and our planet, exploring how our physical and psychological dimensions relate to each other. The hope to find new realms, afterlife and the sheer infinitude of the universe, thus making our existence – in the great scheme of things – look like an atom that quickly fades away leaving no trail behind.
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