Melbourne‘s Meshiaak have returned with a blistering sophomore album titled Mask Of All Misery.
Mask Of All Misery is an album that journey’s through a maze of toxic influences and the masks the exponents wear. “The album deals with a lot of personal reflection and issues as well as attacking or addressing much broader issues concerning perhaps the ignorance of society in regards to what’s going on around us all,” explains guitarist and vocalist Danny Camilleri.
The album barely takes a breath through the ten songs and deals with personal struggles and the inner-strength to pull yourself through as well as burrowing into the dark underbelly for an album of uncompromising heaviness. However, the band have an ability to sprinkle light, adding visions of hope lyrically and strong sense of melody throughout the unrelenting power and musicianship of the four members.
Check out the official video to Meshiaak’s killer track “Bury The Bodies” and grab your copy of Mask Of All Misery here