Tremendous frantic mathcore outfit Utopia simply dropped their new report, Disgrace, which they are saying takes on the problems of psychological well being and humanity by way of the lens of utmost music.
Comprised of John Bailey and Jimmy Wilson on guitar, Chris Reese of Corrupt Ethical Altar on vocals, Arran McSporran of Virvum and Vipassi on fretless bass, and Jay Walsh on drums.
Talking of the album, Bailey elaborated a bit on its overarching themes and the way the band selected to characterize them.
“The brand new album Disgrace continues the band’s themes of psychological well being and philosophy. As with the final album it’s a a technical rollercoaster representing the chaos and the complexities of human life. The lyrics are typically summary however take care of confusion, affirmation bias, illogical considering. It’s not a very enjoyable idea nevertheless it’s an trustworthy one.
“All of the themes listed below are complicated and heavy and can by no means be ineffective after we superimpose them onto our personal lives. The complexities are matched with the music and the depth of the music is matched with the depth of how I really feel concerning the world and my place in it as we speak. Generally I really feel completely nothing by any means and typically I really feel a burning for a greater understanding of myself. Temper swings eh!!!”
You cam additionally see the band at choose dates in Europe this 12 months:
2/2 – Liverpool, District (w/ Conan)
8/3 – Newcastle – Lubber Fiend
22/3 – Preston – Ferret
24/5 – Guildford – The Holroyd
21/6 – Rotherham – The Hive