We always get a kick out of what our mates across the ditch are up to and in the past we’ve seen the likes of Antagonist A.D being welcomed with open arms in Australia and more recently Alien Weaponry absolute dominating the heavy music scene… Now another contender has put their hand up to fly the flag for heaviness in New Zealand.
Seas of Conflict have returned with their stellar new release ‘Monachopsis‘ which we’re premiering for you, a song which frontman Kody Naidoo says reflects the band’s growth and development:
“The title and meaning of the song is inspired by John Koenig’s ‘Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows’ and misunderstanding the construct of what might be the norm, and being discouraged from breaking away to try and create your own path…”
The lads are working on a full length album as we speak and if this is an indication of what’s to come, well, we might as well chuck a Russell Crowe, Sam Neil and Crowded House on them and call them our own.
Having already shared the stage with the likes of Antagonist A.D, Make Them Suffer, Stray From The Path and Thy Art is Murder, it won’t be long before they’re making a name for themselves, especially after joining fellow heavyweights Alien Weaponry on their upcoming NZ tour.