This Friday, November 4, will see Brussels-based rock act, Black Mirrors, return with their new masterpiece and sophomore studio album, entitled Tomorrow Will Be With out Us, through Napalm Data. Right now, the band fronted by extraordinary vocalist Marcella Di Troia have shared a music video for the catchy new single, “Snake Oil”.
Says the band: “‘Snake Oil’ is among the final songs we wrote for Tomorrow Will Be With out Us. As quickly as we began engaged on it, we might really feel its nice potential – it completely needed to be on our second album! We are able to already inform you that it’s the primary monitor of our new report. It completely offers you an thought of the tone of our new album: uncooked and wild!
“The tune is about being manipulated by somebody… then realizing how silly you’ve been to not discover the sport they performed to idiot you.
“The concept behind the video was to mix the principle theme of Tomorrow Will Be With out Us with the manipulation story of the tune. So Marcella began to think about this lady being in a psychiatric hospital room, caught, unable to see something. More and more, she turns into the service of some necessary data that you just get to see on the very finish of the video.“
Black Mirrors’ sophomore outing is a deep, soulful and vividly textured 90’s impressed rock report with umpteen layers begging to be picked aside with every spin, and lyrically, traverses humankind’s rising apathy in the direction of the world round them. The grunge-infused guitar strains meld in concord, giving strategy to memorable riffs, rhythmic gems, huge grooves and the addictive, superbly unchained vocals of Di Troia. The album fluxes from fierce and blustery to typically light and calming, channeling the flavour of MTV’s glory period showcasing acts similar to Nirvana, Radiohead, Gap, Alain Johannes, Alice In Chains and past.
Opposite to the album’s title and its evocative themes about at the moment’s society and a world falling aside, tomorrow does belong to Black Mirrors – there isn’t a doubt they’ll personal the subsequent decade, offering us with the best in heavy rock and melodic grunge grandeur the world of tomorrow unconditionally wants.
“Like all of us, we needed to undergo rather a lot throughout these previous years. Tomorrow Will Be With out Us is our reply to all of the questions we had throughout that point, our reflection on the ecological disaster we’re all witnessing, our ideas on our consumerist society, …“ the band feedback. “Writing these songs gave us the energy to go ahead and to heal us, it was our catharsis. We deeply hope it can convey you some gentle in these darkish instances.”
Along with the contact of worldwide-acclaimed producer Alain Johannes (Eagles Of Loss of life Steel, Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, No Doubt,…), Black Mirrors have reset the bar to sudden heights, and their new album guarantees to depart its mark on at the moment’s rock scene worldwide! One may be certain, the music world of tomorrow can be a lonely place with out Black Mirrors, and Tomorrow Will Be With out Us locks them on the prime.
Tomorrow Will Be With out Us will likely be obtainable within the following codecs:
– CD Digisleeve
– LP Gatefold BLACK
– LP Gatefold Marbled BLACK/GOLD (ltd. 300)
– Digital Album
Pre-order right here.
“Misplaced In Desert”
“Tomorrow Will Be With out Us”
“Hateful Hate, I will Kill You”
“Ode To My Unborn Little one”
“By The Eyes Of A Big”
“Collapsology (Increase Your Voice)” feat. Alain Johannes
“Tears To Share”
“Say It Once more”
“Misplaced In Desert” video:
“Hateful Hate, I will Kill You” video:
Present band lineup:
Marcella Di Troia (Vocals)
Pierre Lateur (Lead Guitar)
Yannick Carpentier (Drums)
Pierre Guillaume (Guitar, Synths, Backing Vocals)
(Photograph – Tim Tronckoe)