Morphide released the new song “Aftermath” and it’s pandemic visualizer. The song is from their debut album that is expected to be released by the end of 2020. The track continues a persona oriented theme, focusing on the human identity and issues of social interaction in it’s lyrics.
The unfinished version of the song was played on their European tour in November 2019, which was completed and recorded after Morphide got back in the studio in 2020. The mixing and mastering was done by Forrester Savell, famous for his work with such progressive metal bands as Twelve Foot Ninja, Karnivool and Skyharbor.
The pandemic became not only the challenge, but also the main influence for the visualizer. The outdoor shots were taken during the first day after the official end of the lockdown. It was meant to show the life of a completely empty city, with deserted streets and closed shops. The visualizer has a complete do-it-yourself approach, filmed and edited by band members.
Morphide is a female-fronted progressive metal band, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Their music can be described as “breathing”, having constant switches between airy, melodic tones and aggressive, heavy riffs, enhanced with the singer's clean and extreme vocals. In June 2019 Morphide released their debut single “Mayhem” and already in a couple of months headed on their first European tour covering Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and the Czech Republic. Main composers duo, Chris and Eisssa, take inspiration from such bands as Spiritbox, Northlane, Tesseract and Karnivool.