The Brazilian heavy rock band, 10 mg, releases the fourth single of their career, “KIND”, along with the lyric video made by producer Anderson Bellini. The music was mixed by Guilherme Canaes, who has already worked with Angra and Symphony X, and appointed Swedish producer Tony Lindgren for the mastering, who has already worked with Opeth, Sepultura, Leprous, and Dragonforce.
“This song was composed by our vocalist, Peter Werny. Maybe it’s the most personal song we’ve recorded and it talks about his relationship with fatherhood and the love he feels for his daughter”, explains guitarist Roberto Sheldon.
10mg presents a unique sound, with different musical backgrounds, where you can see something very special happening, where the musicians bring some influences in common and many others escaped from a consensus, a fact that gave an apparently unique air to the creations.
“KIND” is now available on all digital platforms
Formed by people from different musical backgrounds, origins and even nationalities, 10 mg is a musical project that gradually took shape due to the uneasiness of its vocalist, German Peter Werny, in showing the world a vast material of compositions, seen that all the projects in which he participated previously had not evolved.
Understanding that in Brazil it is very difficult to find musicians who have an affinity for playing “heavy / alternative” music, it didn’t take long to invite guitarist Roberto Sheldon, who had the same taste and creativity, to set up a project for authorial production, in addition to enjoying and repaginate the compositions that were already ready. Later, they met the bassist Duilio Murai, a musician who already had some experience in the São Paulo scene and who was the first and only option to integrate the new project.
Peter Werny – Vocal and Guitar
Roberto Sheldon – Guitar
Duilio Murai – Bass
Leo de Braga – Drums
Genre: Heavy Rock
Recording: Orra Meu Studios
Mixing: Guilherme Canaes (RPM, Angra and Symphony X)
Mastering: Tony Lindgren – Fascination Street Studios
Music edition: Paula Anhaia (Charlie Brown, CPM 22)
Photography: André Bernardes