After releasing their debut album ‘Evil Flowers’ in 2022, the Italian metalcore act BURNING HAZE returns with the new single ‘Vesper’ and joins Warmusic MGMT and Superbia Music Group roster. The song keeps some style elements of the band’s previous work, but follows a more precise direction towards the new wave of metalcore and also gains a more aggressive sound. The track was mixed and mastered by Jarno Bellasio of Theorem Studio in Italy and the official music video was directed by Mattia Castiglia.

Speaking of ‘Vesper’ the band says: “This song represents very well our present musical style. After a debut album with a really long and troubled pre and post production and a sound with vibes from the 2010s’ metalcore, our new musical direction is characterized by a gloomy atmosphere in line with the song’s meaning. The lyrics -and also the video- tell about a dystopian world that’s being devastated by an army of humans, which are infected by a dark disease and faithful to a creed that makes them omologate and overcome the others. This whole image is a metaphor of the present society and its dark and crumbling sides. We, as a band, want to be the supporters of a different point of view and in the video, indeed, we are the ones who take and carry the light given by a dark feminine figure who fights the fallen humankind. This mysterious figure and the whole scenario portrayed by the song are the prelude to a wider story that we want to tell through the next tracks we’re working on. There’s an album in the works, coming out probably next year. There will be lots of surprises for the fans of the genre and for who will decide to follow us in this journey. We can’t wait”.

Antonio Bacciocchi

Scrittore, musicista, blogger. Ha militato come batterista in una ventina di gruppi (tra cui Not Moving, Link Quartet, Lilith), incidendo una cinquantina di dischi e suonando in tutta Italia, Europa e USA e aprendo per Clash, Iggy and the Stooges, Johnny Thunders, Manu Chao etc. Ha scritto una decina di libri tra cui "Uscito vivo dagli anni 80", "Mod Generations", "Paul Weller, L’uomo cangiante", "Rock n Goal", "Rock n Spor"t, Gil Scott-Heron Il Bob Dylan Nero" e "Ray Charles- Il genio senza tempo". Collabora con i mensili “Classic Rock”, "Vinile" e i quotidiani “Il Manifesto” e “Libertà”. E' tra i giurati del Premio Tenco e del Rockol Awards. Da sedici anni aggiorna quotidianamente il suo blog www.tonyface.blogspot.it dove parla di musica, cinema, culture varie, sport e con cui ha vinto il Premio Mei Musicletter del 2016 come miglior blog italiano. Collabora con Radiocoop dal 2003.

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