The progressive metalcore band PROSPECTIVE launch new single and video for the song ‘LIAR’ of theri las album “All We Have” available now
Italian progressive metalcore quintet Prospective share their new single ‘Liar’ along with a music video. The digital 2-track single also features an instrumental version of ‘Liar’ and is available now as stream and download.
Drummer Flavio Cacciari about ‘Liar’:
“Liar is one of those songs that made us say “holy sh*t this is good”. I remember composing it at 4am in the morning with my body requesting some sleep but it was such a moment of inspiration that I couldn’t stop.” He adds “It all started with that synth thing at the beginning of the track, all the rest came naturally.” Lyric wise frontman and vocalist Pietro Serratore says “the song is about a person that is not good for you, completely toxic. We’re all about that concept of letting go people that are not suited for your life, just let them go.
Every new release requires dedication and countless hours of writing, and that’s what Prospective, progressive Metalcore Band from Bologna (Italy) embodies. The band’s latest full-length album “All We Have” (Long Branch Records) is manic and emotionally stunning. The Italian quintet – Pietro Serratore[Vocals], Luca Zini[Lead Guitar, Vocals], Davide Ruggeri[Guitar], Giuseppe Colli[Bass] and Flavio Cacciari[Drummer] – reaches deep into their personalities to convey all feelings.
With a writing process on the edge of chaos and chance, with months of hectic work and countless nights shaping their new sound to find the perfect combination of guitar sounds. The songs are straightforward, hard and without regret, with rough guitar sounds, violent riffs, gnarly breakdowns, catchy choirs and unexpected melodies. All this has become possible thanks to the excellent work of mixer Buster Odeholm and mastering engineer Ermin Hamidovic.
The loss of someone, anger at the people around you, the constant issue of pollution and war, are some of the main issues that listeners will encounter while listening to the record. A complicated mixture of anger and love, with lyrics that talk about the feeling of being betrayed and the death of someone you love. The ongoing theme of war, either in yourself or on the battlefield, is something the band has explored in a meaningful way.