Instrumental Post Sludge/Doom outfit THEDUS releases new official music video – “Regression”; song taken from the band’s upcoming album Hypnosis, to be released on July 28, 2023, via Argonauta Records. Watch video here:
Regression is the second track from the upcoming full-length. In the listening path from the ‘full album, it represents the moment of the loss of perception of the senses and surrounding space, descending to an introspective journey, searching for traumatic memories from the past, which binds the patient to a state of depression, catatonic moments and the loss of the meaning of life.
The official video for the song reproduces this very passage.
In the various scenes of the video, various psychological states such as despair, loneliness, and a sense of loss are depicted.
In addition, flashbacks appear running through all the memories, dreams and nightmares of a past life.
The video was produced by Chariot of Black Moth (various YouTube links and social pages)
Hypnosis album tracklisting:
01 – PROFONDO
02 – REGRESSION
03 – STRANGER LIGHTS
04 – FOREST
05 – THE DARKNESS PREVAILS
06 – MIND CONTROL
07 – LABYRINTH
Thedus born in Parma (IT) at the end of 2018. The components Roberto Amoruso (guitar), Ivan Belisardi (bass) and Simone Silvestre (drums) find themselves working in the room on songs elaborated from Rob’s ideas and, between a rehearsal and the first live shows, they meet again in February 2019 to record their first self-titled EP “Thedus I”.
After a long period of silence caused by the pandemic, they entered again the studio for the recordings of the first full length, thanks to the support of Enrico Baraldi at the Vacuum Studio in Bologna.
The music was initially born with a broader idea of exploiting the explosive force of doom, with various references to the Sludge thrust, up to more post-Doom environments, to express the idea of the devastating force of the universe that surrounds us. With the latest work to be released, the band goes into a more limited and introspective research of human psychological suffering, with the idea of bringing the listener to face the traumatic nature of deep research into oneself in a state of hypnosis.
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