Bossk share a music video for the new single »HTV-3« taken from their upcoming album »Migration«
Photo by Tim Bugbee
UK atmospheric sludge/post-metal band Bossk share a music video for the new single »HTV-3« taken from their upcoming album, »Migration«, set to release on June 18th, 2021 via Deathwish Inc. »HTV-3« features Palm Reader’s frontman Josh McKeown on guest vocals.
»Migration« will be available on CD, cassette and digitally, with vinyl version coming later this year.
01. White Stork
02. Menhir (feat. Johannes Persson)
04. HTV-3 (feat. Josh McKeown)
Noise manipulation by Taro Aiko & Etsuo Nagura.
All synths by Rob Vaughan.
Produced, engineered and mixed by Martin Ruffin in Battle, East Sussex.
Mastering by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege.
From Deathwish Inc.:
Bossk are a metallic post-everything band from Ashford, Kent, England.
In many ways all of us are migrating. To who, or from, is unique to the individual. »Migration« from Bossk is a soundtrack to that herculean journey we all take. Opener »White Stork« is a haunting swirl of analog synth noise and guitars, painting an ominous and fantastic atmosphere. »Menhir« then kicks open the door as a sludge-metal giant of a track, featuring guest vocalist Johannes Persson of Cult Of Luna. Machine-like »Iter« serves as an otherworldly interlude, a pathway to the post-metal masterpiece »HTV-3«. Featuring Palm Reader vocalist Josh McKeown, the song conjures the spirit of Tool and even late-era Faith No More in its sonic twists and turns. Experimental »Kibo« offers a deeper glimpse before fading into the horizon. »Lira« then emerges, a towering giant of a song (nearly 10 minutes in length) that contains one of their most unforgettable riffs to date. All of this leads to the epic »Unberth«. A beautiful slow-build closer that brings to mind Pink Floyd in its vast sonic expanse.
Nick Corney – Drums
Tom Begley – Bass
Alex Hamilton – Guitar
Rob Vaughan – Guitar
Sam Marsh – Vocals
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well