French Modern Metallers PERSEIDE have signed with Wormholedeath a licensing deal for their new album “The Only Thing”, due for release on 10 12 2021.
PERSEIDE deliver a modern metal ranging from pop to metalcore, with heavy rhythms and old school guitars, catchy choruses, all tinged with electro synths and intense vocals…”
Signing Announcement Video
About “The Only Thing” Album:
“The Only Thing” is the first album from the band PERSEIDE. It’s a 10 tracks record which reflects the various influences of the members. A mix between old school metal, nu metal, metal core, pop and alternative rock! This album is the result of all the years of four friends who have learned playing music together!
Cover & Tracklist
1- Sell Yourself
2- Trick or Treat
3- The Getaway
4- Fade Away
5- Blackening Everything
6- Siren in the Distance
9- Red Naomi
10- Don’t Let Me Go
Sell Yourself [Music Video]
PERSEIDE were born from four childhood friends who decided to form a rock band in 2001, as they were just teenagers. Ten years later, they were crossing the frontiers to share their music widely.
After two EP released, a signing to OrageRock label, hundreds of gigs across France, Europe and even in the USA, with bands like Soilwork, Betraying The Martyrs, Cancer Bats, We Butter The Bread With Butter, Protest The Hero… The story is still being written today.
In 2018, they decided to go into the studio again to record their debut album.
May 2020, “The Only Thing” was released and the band didn’t expect the positive feedback! Comments and reviews are just amazing: old school fans are still present to support the project, and new fans are coming along!
While the promotion is going on, with the crisis situation due to Covid19 and the struggle to play live, they decided to go back again in studio to record new singles for 2021!
PERSEIDE are still there, stronger than ever and ready to take these four eternal teenagers as far as possible…
“PERSEIDE deliver a modern metal ranging from pop to metalcore, with heavy rhythms and old school guitars, catchy choruses, all tinged with electro synths and intense vocals…”