Opvs Nigrvm states, «Our music is defined as progressive melodic death metal. Our style is eclectic, characterized by the power of growling vocals, the insistent energy of the drums, heavy riffs and dark harmonies generated by electric bass and guitar. Years Of Blood is our new album. Indiferencia is our first song written in Spanish by our singer Viridiana Resendiz, it’s about going through anything and everything necessary to be near your loved ones when they are taken away from».
Flesh & Blood talks about our 43 missing students, for more information google 43 Ayotzinapa, may they and every person under the same circumstances ever be found and reunited with their loved ones…
The track Another Day To Fight, is a song about never giving up, about confronting your deepest fears and standing victorious over them.
Years Of Blood is a reference to the many years of incessant violence lived in Mexico and many countries in America. It’s about loss, about fight, revolution, death and ultimately is about hope and love. Legend has it that at the end of 2018 B.C., 3 predecessors meet and subsequently add 1 more, under the same interest; feed your inner being to elevate it through the transmutation of metal, making your ears and cervical embellish with powerful riffs and head banging of your music.
Seriously; we are a Progressive Melodic Death Metal band formed in 2018 by David Gringa Carrera, (Lust Devil’s Fuel), Israel Morales (Exsecror Vecordia), Enrique Kano Rangel (ex-Ghlem) and Viridiana Resendiz, (ex-Chaos Theory, ex – Nimia, ex – Zero Genesis).
This project arises with the need to create quality music from its own aesthetic proposal, with the firm intention of achieving international projection.
Opvs Nigrvm, is made up of professional musicians with extensive experience that combines elements of death metal, with progressive rock and heavy metal old school, proposing themes mainly based on alchemy, science, the occult as well as themes of introspection and internal struggle from A dark perspective.
Congruent with the brutality of the environment, we seek to project energy through powerful riffs, including progressive-melodic passages that evoke different feelings.