Here’s one for the prog heads: “Entropy,” a ten minute adventure from Melbourne-based quintet Acolyte.
I’m having a hard time pinning down the band’s sound — that’s a good thing! — but I reckon if you dig Haken, Leprous, Dream Theater, King’s X or Event (anyone?) you’ll find something to like here.
The track comes from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, which doesn’t yet have a release date. Frontwoman Morgan-Leigh Brown explains:
“’Entropy’ is a fully realised conceptual record exploring the early stages of ‘loss’. Presented like diary entries, the record ebbs and flows through an array of actions, feelings & emotions that are commonly experienced when trying to ground one’s self all while carrying the early weight of trauma. Our album opener and title track ‘Entropy’ begins with the hard truth; a moment of disconnect and discovery. This song is written from the moment you learn about something that could turn your world upside down. How would you react? For me it features a whole array of emotions as I push and pull through the experience, not yet having all the information nor the time to adapt.”
Give it a spin below, along with a music video, and see what you think. Expect an album from Acolyte sometime in 2021 via Blood Blast Distribution.
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February 14, 2021