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Brazilian stoner/doom metal trio Mudness unveil the first single »Gone« taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album

Florianópolis, Brazil based stoner/doom metal trio Mudness has unveiled the first single »Gone« taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album.

Coming as a prelude to the band’s debut full album and evoking a theme that addresses the sensitive and urgent human question of “breaking free from everything that is a prison of ourself, such as fears and insecurities”, the new single from Brazilian stoner/doom Mudness entitled »Gone« is an excellent introduction to the band’s debut, formed in 2019 in the city of Florianópolis, Santa Catarina.

»Gone« is the first piece of »Mudness«, a self-titled work that marks the band’s first full studio release and which has come to nail the trio, whose most recent lineup features Renan Casarin (guitar and vocals), Fernando Dal Bó (bass) and Pedro Silvano (drums), as one of the most promising names on the national stoner and doom metal scene of recent times. The album, recorded at Célula Showcase studios (Florianópolis) in December 2022, was produced, captured, mixed and mastered by Leandro Lazzarotto. With a release date yet to be defined the album »Mudness« contains seven tracks that address primordial and crucial themes of human existence, such as our fragility, degradation and the dark times we live in.

Photo by Fernando Daniel Portela

The band Mudness had the opportunity to carry out exchanges and exchanges of valuable experiences throughout its nearly four years of existence, participating in events and sharing the stage with names such as Fuzzly (MT), Projeto Trator (SP), Muñoz (GO), Leticia Soma (ARG) and Petit Mort (ARG/BRA), acquiring valuable ground and consolidating their own influences and references, which come from bands like Monolord, Electric Wizard and Windhand.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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