Friday, June 14, 2024

Not A Monster… Nitroverts

Electro-Metal duo Nitroverts, release new album Endogenous on 19th July, while latest single ‘Not A Monster‘ is out now on FiXT.

Heavy with thrashing guitars from the get-go, ‘Not A Monster’ melds elements of rock, new metal, heavy metal, and industrial into a defiant soundscape, so one for fans of Rammstein or Rob Zombie. Heavy industrial guitars, synthesizers, and face-paced rhythms swarm around aggressive vocals pushing through lyrics with a deep-seated and brutal emotional response. The track explores the relationship between the press, mass media, affection, human behaviour, and disgust with the modern status quo.

Endogenous contains eleven tracks and features a collaboration with A Broken Silence. From their aggressive debut single ‘Starting Point’ the duo have hit the ground running, delivering a series of singles that fuse modern metal and electronics.

They blend together elements of punk, metal, and hard rock. The group’s riveting vocals are courtesy of Yann Zhanchak, while guitars, electronic programming, mixing, and production are delivered by Ars NIkonov, known for his successful retro synth project Fury Weekend.
 
The title Endogenous refers to the internal processes that drive us, and this theme is evident throughout the album’s lyrics. With deeply intense tracks, each exploring the human condition in all its complexity, with themes ranging from personal struggle and emotional turmoil to social injustice and political unrest. 
 
If you enjoy brutal vocal performances, thrashing guitars, provocative lyrics, and action-packed tracks from start to finish Endogenous is quite possibly the headbanging experience you’ve been waiting for.

You can check out the video to new single ‘Not A Monster, and the previous raw and thought provoking single ‘Break The System’ here at RAMzine.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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