STORM{O} share brand new video for “Vetro”

Today, we’ve the pleasure to bring you the premiere of STORM{O} brand new video, “Vetro“, track taken from their crushing new album Finis Terrae, out now on Moment of Collapse Records.

The new video of the song “Vetro” shows the band in their natural environment. “After the release of Ere, we played over a hundred of shows,” bassist Federico Trimeri says. “The live experience has always been our distinguishing mark that defines us as a band. During the recording sessions of Finis Terrae we tried to recreate the same sound of our shows.”

Watch the video below.

If the previous record Ere was an all-out cross section of everyday life presented with audacious, pained rage, Finis Terrae takes on the nonsensical reality of our society. “We’re constantly looking for borders, creating boundaries where there are none. Just as the ancients established the finis terrae, or the end of the known world where there was nothing left for them to conquer, so do we exclude the existence of what we cannot understand, control or dominate,” explains singer Luca Rocco. “Instead of building walls against the unknown, this album works to push ourselves through collapsing borders; there’s no end of the world, just as there does not exist an individual ‘self’ detached from the environment and all other living beings. We can choose to be the end of the world or to push ourselves through the unknown.

In a world where hope is vanishing, for STORM{O}, writing this record was almost a necessity, a required act. “In this album, you can see a growing urgency of expression, and Finis Terrae is more direct then Ere. It was written and recorded in less than a year between long tours and periods on the road, and the clear necessity of saying something surfaces throughout the whole album.”

Working with Soft Moon’s producer and sound engineer Maurizio Baggio at La Distilleria in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) helped the band find a more cohesive and mature sound.

Finis Terrae is out now on Moment of Collapse Records.

Photo credit: Francesco A Flagiello
No Comments Yet

Comments are closed