Italian post-rock/metal trio Vesta stream a music video for the first single »Elohim« from their sophomore album, »Odyssey«, set to release on October 16th, 2020 via Argonauta Records.
»Odyssey« was recorded and mixed by Alessandro “Ovi” Sportelli and mastered by James Plotkin (Khanate, Cave In, Isis, Sumac).
Vesta was founded by Giacomo Cerri (Seed’N’Feed, Dinelli & SNF Ensemble, Foolhouse, La Lisca), Sandro Marchi (La Iena) and Giulio Lorenzini in Viareggio, Italy, in 2016. Their sound is characterized by a diverse mix, which ranges from discordant tunes of heavy metal to delicate and ethereal passages of post-rock. In 2017, they released their first and self-titled album with Argonauta Records. The band’s forthcoming record, »Odyssey«, will be released as vinyl, CD and in digital formats on October 16th, 2020.
From Argonauta Records:
Three years after their self-titled debut, Italy’s post-rock and metal outfit, Vesta, returns with their sophomore album, titled »Odyssey«, on October 16th, 2020 via Argonauta Records.
Following the highly acclaimed 2017-album, once again an entirely instrumental affair full of intense atmospheres, heavy distortions and omnipresent loops, with »Odyssey« the trio evolved their sound to a whole new level. Their new magnum opus will see them more dynamic, more aggressive, and more low-tuned. While »Odyssey« was composed and produced based on a baritone instrumentation and non-standard tunings, Vesta manage to combine low and dark, full-bodied tones, with heavy riffs perfectly balancing on endless, virtuoso loops and psychedelia trips.
“We’re three people, three individuals who came together to create something, to make music and to complete each other musically, to form a perfect Triangle. Everyone in Vesta is interested in how we present our music. We write a group of songs that have a vibe, energy and feeling, and then we try to pick an image to capture that and communicate a feeling. We want something that adds to the connection with the audience. What makes us a bit nervous is, in this instant time, to release something that might take more than one listen. Where everything is instantly judged on YouTube or something! It’s a bit like releasing a horse and cart on a racetrack. With three perfectionists in the band, we have a hard time reaching perfection.”