OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
The three frenchmen of Theraphosa are opening the gates of Hell with their second album “Inferno”.
Inspired by the Italian masterpiece “La Divina Commedia” written by Dante Alighieri in the early XIVth century, the band dives deep into the heart of men and explores the darkest aspects of humanity.
Crawling through the nine circles of Hell, the trio invites us to witness the core of all sins, and wonder about our inner self.
With forward thinking compositions, haunting melodies and catchy choruses, Theraphosa keeps us hooked all the way until the end and brings a real cinematographic atmosphere to this journey through the underworld.
Brothers by the blood and by the blood shed, it is since their earliest youth that Vincent, Matthieu and Martin have been playing music together. The faith they have in each other and the will to always improve has very soon allowed them to gain a solid experience of live shows and studio recordings.
The religious aura of the Parisian triumvirate blended with the Haute-Couture inspired image catalyzes the mysterious, cold, and yet striking vibe that emanates from the band.
After an eponymous EP recorded and mixed by Jan Rechberger (Amorphis) and mastered by Mika Jussila (Finnvox Studios) that made the band gain recognition among the metal world, the spider crest brotherhood returned with their debut album “Transcendence”.
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Francis Caste at Studio Sainte-Marthe, whose work with bands such as The Great Old Ones, Hangman’s Chair and Regarde Les Hommes Tomber has been critically acclaimed, the band’s album was well received by the press and managed to reach a worldwide audience despite the starting COVID-19 pandemic.
“Theraphosa’s Transcendence album is a blackened exploration of the soul . . . It’s an intense and introspective journey that’s well worth taking.”
(Sophie Maughan - Metal Hammer)
During two years of struggle against a virus that put the world on hold, the will and resilience of the band was stronger than ever and could not be more in symbiosis with their philosophy.
With mixing and mastering entrusted to Rémy “R3myboy” Deliers (Gojira, Brisa Roché, Gwen Stefani), “Inferno” was a logical follow-up to Theraphosa’s endless quest to reach that state of transcendence.
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