Norwegian post metal band Delvoid have released the new song Tribe online for streaming. The track is taken from the new album from the band entitled Serene which will be released towards the end of October 2015. The LP features amazing artwork painted by talented artist Roland Goksøyr.
Band press release – “Hailing from the outskirts of Oslo, Delvoid has for the last seven years been working up a reputation for intense, energetic and dynamic live performances. Their music spans from noisy walls-of-sound, to vulnerable vocal melodies, to mammoth-sized riffs, all composed with detail and taste. They’re after the same white whale as Tool and Sigur Ros, but add their own flavour of psychedelia and minimalism to the hunt. They released their debut album Delve in the fall of 2011, announcing themselves as ambitious newcomers in the realm of alternative rock.”
“After releasing Delve, they went on playing various festivals in Norway, hosting small hidden concerts in the forest, and composing a soundtrack for the documentary First Contac by Johan Wildhagen concerning uncontacted peoples of the South-American rainforest.”
“Now, four years later they will release their second full-length album Serene, and it’s set to be an all-encompassing experience. It’s been almost three years in the works, and Delvoid have made no half measures and spared no expense in completing their musical venture into the deep waters of prog-rock and post-metal. Featuring a plethora of guest-musicians including the acclaimed violinist Ole Henrik Moe, and several classical musicians of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Serene is an epic, daring release clocking in at 75 minutes. Lyrically, Serene explores themes of developmental psychology, maternity and disillusionment. These themes are reflected in Roland Goksøyr‘s fine artwork, painted in tandem with the band’s music. Delvoid is now ready to unleash Serene upon the public, and it will be immense.”
Serene track list: