For the last seven years, The Amenta have been holed away, creating their latest opus and reimagining their already distinctive core sound.
By incorporating maximalist Industrial Black Metal ballast, disturbingly cinematic Ambient/Noise textures, treated violin, dread acoustics and circuit-bent electronics into a labyrinthine set of infectious hymns to societal collapse, savage discord and unease, The Amenta have made every moment count with their upcoming album Revelator.
For frontman Cain Cressall it was clear from the beginning that the song “Sere Money” needed moving pictures to accompany the tunes: “I think the main thing why we chose “Sere Money” as our first single was its cinematic, infectious energy which pulses throughout the track,” he explained. “It has a very strong “visual” element to it that inspires the imagination and takes the listener on a ride. The opening hook grabs you by the throat takes you on a descent into deeper and deeper levels of cathartic discomfort. That “grab-factor” just seemed to appeal to all of us as a great way to introduce our new sound to our listeners.”
Watch “Sere Money” below: