“When Words Mean Nothing” is the new song from Adriatic about the potency of language and its power to change lives, thus calling on people to use it wisely and to approach others’ words with critical thinking as there could be a lot of subliminal messages sent to us by false prophets and leaders.
At the same time, the lyrics talk about the futility of using words without backing them up with actions. About Facebook activism where “like” and “share” seems to equate to some to taking active steps to change the world.
Adriatic play hardcore laden djent and 8-string metal. All of their music is about energy, emotion and intensity so that it can be enjoyed live as much as it can be enjoyed on your earpods. This is the first single from their upcoming album Koreni, which is fully recorded, mixed and mastered and waiting for better times when it can be played live and launched it the way it was always intended – by sharing it with the audience.
Adriatic formed in 2006, undergoing many lineup changes until 2013. Stoyan joined the band on vocals in 2012 which defined a stronger direction towards the blends of metal and hardcore. The album Planina was released in 2013 and the new album Koreni (meaning Roots) is the first truly LP album to be released by the band after 6 years of hard work. It consists of 10 songs and clocks at 48 minutes. Koreni is part of a double-concept album called Koreni-Krile, with Part two – Krile to be released in 2022.