Boston prog-metallers Lattermath will be self-releasing their debut full-length album worldwide on March 10th. Today, however, we’re psyched to bring you the premiere of the album’s “Caves.” Very melodic, but also a bit djenty, if you’re a Protest the Hero or Periphery fan, you’ve just found a favorite new band to follow. The band have been working towards the release of their debut by playing regionally, sharing the stage with the likes of Symphony X, and can next be seen at the Palladium in Worcester, MA alongside Born of Osiris and Volumes on March 11th.
Vocalist Eli Cutting spoke about “Caves” to us:
“‘Caves’ is about the internal creative voyage into one’s self; how creativity is endless possibilities within all of us, just waiting to burst out like an overflowing reservoir, overcoming the societal pressures and illusions to see the true self within. This is somewhat of a recurring theme throughout the album, as well. We must remember who we are as human beings, to speak our minds, to not become lemmings, to believe in the power of our own creativity and perseverance, to question authority, and to not be fooled by societal standards of what they tell us we are supposed to be.”
You’ll be able to pick up the band’s self-titled album, which was mastered at Fascination Street Studios by Jen Bogren (Opeth, Devin Townsend, Soilwork, Symphony X) on March 10th at iTunes, Amazon and other online music providers. Here’s a first look at the album artwork.