Gavran – Dutch Doom/Sludge Trio Reveal New Track “Pesak”

Gavran – Dutch Doom/Sludge Trio Reveal New Track “Pesak” 


Dutch doom/sludge trio Gavran today shares a new track off their second full-length album “Indistinct Beacon”, which is set for release on December 2nd via Dunk!records.

Titled “Pesak”, this new track is now playing at Everything Is Noise, who had this to say about this new song “As made clear in “Pesak”, the sound that you’ll hear throughout Gavran‘s auditory musings blurs the lines between doom, post, and progressive metal, bringing together the holy trinity of utterly emotive and compelling compositions that is as devastating as can be.”

Listen to “Pesak” here.

“Indistinct Beacon is a record that was born out of feelings of anxiety, doubt, and distress, but it is also one born into a world where those sensitivities have become far more commonplace.” Says the band. “It presents an interesting paradox in that regard, because as the music inhabits a fairly specific niche, its themes are ones that could be seen as widely purifying in 2022. We find these relevant themes to be compelling, but the truth is that we were initially pulled into this album because it hits with purpose on a sonic level. Ideas are always important in the music we seek out, but visceral impact is paramount. Indistinct Beacon brings substantial strength and weight to the table, giving its compositions an abundant, essential impact that forges a searing impression musically. No matter where listeners choose to follow the record’s themes from there, the vehicle driving them is on rock-solid ground.”

The follow-up to the band’s 2020 debut album “Still Unavailing” was recorded and mixed by Tim de Gieter (Amenra, Brutus) at Much Luv Studio, Lembeke BE and mastered by Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden, Oakland, California, USA and sees the trio comprised of drummer/vocalist Jamie Kobić, guitarist Freek van Rooyen and bassist Ritsaart Vetter merging dark and mourning ambiances with a titanic and monochromatic doom-metal. Pre-orders will be announced soon.

Meanwhile, a music video for leading single “Dvorac” is still playing at Invisible Oranges at this location.
“…a study of contrasts that seeks to tap emotions from the driest of eyes. Loud, quiet, angry, regretful: a soundtrack for inner turmoil.”  Wrote Invisible Oranges editor Ted Nubel in the article.

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