New York Rockers, NEGATIVEHATE, Release New Album, ‘Solipsis’

Published on October 20, 2017 by Jessica_Golich

New York Rockers, NEGATIVEHATE, cast musical spells with a beautifully arranged production that provides a captivating deep dive into the unknown throughout their latest release, ‘Solipsis’. Balancing light and dark throughout the first track, “(Dream Protection) Sea of Perdition”, listeners melt into a melodic blend of emotive instrumentals that showcase an abundance of wicked guitar-work that is intoxicating and internally felt.


The second track, “The Expansion of the Universe (via magnification of the infinitesimal)”, tears at the seams of scars as Negativehate float through a vast sea of oneness that peaks into a boundless world of experience deriving from kaleidoscopic fusions of inner and outer sources.


“Don’t Wake What You Create” is the third track which begins with a warm and hauntingly mysterious rush of instrumental bliss that leads into heavy death growls that seemingly blend into the background and don’t overpower the rhythmic element of the track.


The fourth track, “Beyond Aurora”, gives off the impression of being in dark and smoky room that leads to endless musing resulting in crystal clear clarity stemming from the infinite gray mass that kicks an individual's muse into high gear.


“Waltzing on Algorithms” is the quick and sharp fifth track which represents the state of the world that we are currently living in that is warped into technological machines and devices that are influencing escapism from individual thought.


The sixth track, “Hyperborean Fields”, is a soothing track that influences listeners to evaporate akin to the dew after dawn while shifting into a state of utter relaxation through mollifying theta brainwave stimulation.


Closing out with “Disintegration Waves”, Negativehate begins with a cathartic atmosphere of guttural black metal that breaks into clean vocals creating an aura of omnipotence while the NY rockers contemplate abysmally deep thoughts and give their fragility the capacity to exist.


Negativehate creates the musical impression of leading a life akin to the burst of a supernova throughout the night within ‘Solipsis’. If you’re a fan of bands such as Opeth, Anathema, Moonspell and Morbid Angel, then do yourself a favor and check out this entrancing release form NEGATIVEHATE.



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