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Weedevil reveal the first single »Underwater« taken from their debut album »The Return«

Brazilian stoner/doom metal band Weedevil has revealed the first single and opening track »Underwater« of their debut album, »The Return«, which drop in April via DHU Records.

»Underwater« is available now on all digital streaming platforms.

01. Underwater
02. The Void
03. The Return
05. Isn’t A Love Song
05. Genocidal

Marking a new and even more promising moment of the band (in course of release their first full album titled »The Return«, debuting the new lineup) the single »Underwater« will be released on digital platforms on February 4th through Abraxas Records. Dense, dark and with a touch of tragedy the track got in its essence a charge of twist, guided by the stoner and doom metal strands.

Underwater sing about the turbulent story of a woman through mysterious and dangerous waters surrounded by menacing sea creatures that want to drag her to the bottom of the sea. The song inspires agony and danger, but also presents in its climax a positive twist with the woman finally revealing her power and becoming an entity that vanquishes her abusers before finding the void.

According to vocalist Lo Scar, author of the lyrics, the song helps to compose a panel that developed in a time physically and emotionally troubled with the first rehearsal of the new lineup having taken place while she was injured, as well as what has developed since so until your recovery.

Underwater is the first chapter of »The Return«, highly emotionally charged conceptual material based on stoner/doom metal sonority and scheduled for release on streaming in April and with a Vinyl version already confirmed together with the Dutch label DHU Records.

Weedevil is:
Lo Scar – Vocals
Paulo Ueno – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Bodão – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Dani Plothow – Bass
Flavio Cavichioli – Drums

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

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