NYC death metal Winter Nights are unveiling their new lyric video Withdrawals in support of their self-titled album released this past July. Heavy, somber, and progressive, vocalist and guitarist Jeremy Farfan explains the message behind the song and video:
“When this song was written. It was a weird time as I just had ankle surgery and was laying in a hospital bed hopped up on painkillers staring at the rain smashing against the window while in serious pain. The idea behind it came from not wanting to deal with the immediate post-surgery pain.
Withdrawal from life in general. In the weeks to come, I was blessed to have my amp stack at home and spent most days jamming out while barely being mobile. This song was conjured and as soon as I returned to the studio rehearsal, it ultimately flowed like water from the first note we played…
Winter Nights offers Bone-Crushing Melodic Death Metal From New York City. The self-titled album comes after the 2014 release An Endless Apocalypse and brings with it, more dreary lyrics and melodic metal music. The album was recorded between 2015 and 2018 at Atomic Sound in Brooklyn, New York. When asked how they expect fans to respond to the new work, they respond:
«Well, very well. We’ve once again offered something different than our previous work. We are looking to conjure the feeling of dread, and remembrance. We hope they can relate to it in one way or another». The track Unmarked Grave,
No Clean Singing states about the band Winter Nights, «Encounters of the Frozen North’ has a lot of thundering, jolting power along with some killer riffs and a dark, somewhat Eastern-influenced melody that worms its way into your head. The music is capped by jagged, tyrannical vocals that make a powerful impact and by a serpentine solo that underscores the reptilian menace lurking within the song». The track Starved For Energy,