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Argonauta Records is very proud to announce that the first official Argonauta Records Fest will take place on May 10th, 2015. The label comments:
"This is an event created primarily as a need to represent 'on stage' our musical taste, giving a 'live' vent to our first years of life as a label, enhanced by many feedbacks received both nationally and abroad.
"Six bands of our roster will create an evening that will move into Stoner, Post Metal, Noisecore and Sludge territories. A fine opportunity to share with us what will be a feast made of extreme sounds and great bands. Stay tuned on our official website for more details about the bands on the bill and further initiatives related to the event to be held in Alessandria (Italy) at LIVE23."
The lineup will feature:
Nibiru (Psych Ritual Sludge)
Infection Code (Noisecore)
Varego (Post Metal/Stoner)
Last Minute To Jaffna (Post Metal)
Deaf Eyes (Instrumental Post Metal)
Kayleth (Space Stoner Rock)
The post metal/sludge band Varego has released the band's first official video clip. The song "Soul to Devour" is taken from the full-length "TVMVLTVM," released during 2012 by Argonauta Records. The following press release was also issued:
"The album, which has been highly acclaimed by many relevant channels, is a mystical/esoteric concept that will have its continuity in the next works of the band. The video clip 'Soul to Devour,' released by www.sfiammaproduction.com, features some of the main events and characters of a long odyssey through Earth and Cosmos, and it is available below in HD format.
"Varego is the name of an entity formed by five musicians, veterans of the underground music circuit. Born in 2009 with a sound briefly compared to various Post Metal genres, the band worked with the producer Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Melvins, EyeHateGod, among many others) for the debut album made of ten songs. The work is a strong mix of sludge sonorities, for a final result featuring epic and progressive elements." More...