Out Now: ‘Amnesia’ by Antirope



Amnesia by AntiropeAmnesia (LP album) by Antirope is out now! Download now on iTunes or Amazon MP3, and stream the album via Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon Music, Pandora, Tidal, iHeartRadio, YouTube Music, and more at this location.

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Antirope are an alternative metal band founded in Munich, Germany in 2015, and while their most important influences are Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, and Neurosis, they bring us a new sound that makes the psychedelic cruel and the damned sound heavenly. Amnesia runs deep and goes hard, tapping into our emotions with beautiful cruelty and authentic heaviness. It was produced by Patrick Fleischer (Lacrimas Profundere, Darkseed, Alev) at Studio 6.0 in Munich and the cover art was painted by Francesca Spille. It is an honest record, a burst of anti-trend, representing the polarity of life in all its aesthetic doom and poetic subtlety. The album is not so much a statement; however, as it is an unfolding narrative, full of passion, peril, climax, and epiphany. It catalogues a journey. It is the story of us. Since the instrumentals are played live, there is an immediacy to this record that vibrates the ribcage. Not since early Led Zeppelin have listeners heard the glorious echo and ring of the cymbals like mysterious sirens coupled with the crunch and pound of the rhythm guitars and the bass, as if Antirope were playing ten feet away from us, shaking the windows, rattling the floorboards, and bumping pictures off the mantle. As for the vocal performance, we have a heartfelt tenor sound produced so close-in that it binds with our breath and the beat of our blood. Spoiler alert. This album is an experience, coming full throttle, no detours, aimed straight for the ear, the head, the heart, and the center.

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