Melbourne progressive metal band, Acolyte, have exploded back into the heavy music scene this year with new videos, a signing to Wild Thing Records and brilliant sophomore album, Entropy,
In this interview, vocalist Morgan-Leigh Brown reveals not only just how personal this release is, but talks about the challenges faced during the writing and recording process balancing her creative output with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Produced by Prasheen Naran and Forrester Savell (Karnivool, Dead Letter Circus) at Melbourne’s Sing Sing Recording Studios, Entropy is a confrontationally dark, raw, emotional, conceptual body of work, containing career-defining performances from all members that is both crushingly cinematic and timeless in character.
"The way these stories could be told with such pain, aggression, subtlety, melody, angst, torture, torment and tension... I loved it all”, continues Brown. Turning her attention to the material of the band’s forthcoming album, she states: “This is the most vulnerable, relatable and passionately raw I have been artistically”
Entropy will be released on May 14th 2021 via Wild Thing Records and Blood Blast Distribution. Pre-order it here.
You can also check out the title track, Entropy, below.
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