🕯 “Breathing Soil” 💀
🎥 Official music video
Premiere: March 11, 2022
🎬 ⚙️ Production:
The band comments about the “Breathing Soil” video:
“The track describes the worthlessness of words as they only serve to vibrate the air and that a thinking and reflecting person carries words in itself, but these are not audible, because his/her lungs are filled with the dirt of others.”
Band 2021 • 📸 Philipp Weger • WegerPixel Photography
Simon Andreas Brunner • Vocals, Guitars
Andreas Wibmer • Guitar
Florian Bacher • Bass
Dominic Granegger • Drums
IN SOMNIA is a PROGRESSIVE MODERN METAL quartet from the picturesque Tyrolean mountains, blending influences from all modern Metal styles into a unique, dark sound.
While the lyrics deal with traumas and philosophical thoughts, the instrumentation is catchy and complex at the same time.
With the support of film music composer Christoph Manucredo, the ambitious visionaries have managed to combine brute force with a certain gloomy atmosphere, which flows into the diverse overall sound through the Groove and Core Metal influences of drummer Dominic Granegger and Djent influences of bassist Florian Bacher.
- Crossing Styx
- Something Ends Something Begins
- Breathing Soil
- The Void
- Ripping The Veil
Artwork • “Harlequin”
🎨 Mattias Girstmair • Echopolis Productions
▶ 🗓️ Official release: Nov. 11, 2021 ◀
➤➤➤ On the third album “Harlequin”, the two virtuoso guitarists Andreas Wibmer and Simon Andreas Brunner alternate between heart-wrenching leads and pure rawness, while the vocals oscillate between whispers, screams, growls and clear vocals.
When you absorb the complex music of IN SOMNIA, you hear and feel an honest soul trip. A profound experience, therefore, that reveals the thirst for newness and change so courageously that it is able to create a critical mental state.
After all, the participants are by no means beginners anymore, can show an average of 16 years of experience on their instruments. IN SOMNIA are the art, they roll with the Tauernwind!
The other side of the coin:
These thinking musicians have found a way of self-healing that is as individual as it is artistically special.
A way in which they get rid of all negativity in life by simply letting it flow into their music.
Most of the songs on “Harlequin” are based on true stories, true emotions and true pain.
IN SOMNIA are artists who paint pictures of their unique world in the air and in the hearts.