Like Conan and Ufomammut? Check these boys out. New album in the Spring
SUNNATA (sanskrit, noun for “voidness”, “emptiness”) is a soundscape, where noise crossfades clearness – where walls of fuzz, delay and reverb confront the monolith of absolute silence. Driven by addiction to low frequencies, SUNNATA merge psychedelic trips, doomed & catchy heavy riffage with oriental vibe along with grungy vocals and intense grooves.
Known from expressive live performances, the Polish four-piece has already been invited to share stages with headliners like Conan, Kylesa, Ufomammut or Suma, just to name some of the most remarkable influencers. Their debut full-length Climbing The Colossus has gained notable feedback from many printed and online journals, thanks to their monstrous, aggressive and fuzzed-out steamroller songs.
After a year and half wisely spent writing and experimenting, and a mere four days in Satanic Audio studios (Thaw, Belzebong, Weedpecker), SUNNATA are now ready to deliver their second album Zorya, which they describe as “an exploration of impermanent nature of sound, full of rapid changes and distortion overdose”.