Prognosis Stream New Single Echoes
Manchester progressive metal outfit Prognosis, who play this year’s Bloodstock Festival after a triumphant campaign in the Manchester Metal 2 The Masses competition, have launched a new single to mark the event. The song, which darts off from the meaty thrash riffs that underpin it into Mastodon styled crescendos, acrobatic lead playing and fiercely delivered vocals, precedes their forthcoming debut album, a concept record looking at the flaws in the human condition, is expected early Autumn alongside a host of UK shows.
Says guitarist/vocalist Phil Weller: “Since writing Echoes at the start of the year we feel this song has come a long way in defining our core sound and representing who we are. It sounds like Prognosis; a real blend of big, nasty riffs, intricate details, a slightly more unusual, explorative structure with sharp vocal hooks and subtle prog elements weaved in too.”
Lyrically, the song tackles a variety of themes tied into the album’s concept, namely societal pressures, entrapment and, ultimately, self-affirmation.
The track is produced by Chris Taylor at NoiseBoy Studios who was also behind the desk for their last single Drones. It was mastered by Acle Kahney (TesseracT, Sylosis, Frank Carter).
Danny Daemon – Bass/vocals
Phil Weller – Guitar/vocals
Christian Hickson – Guitar
Dan Webster – Drums
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