Rising British metallers, Graphic Nature, known for their aggressive contemporary sound, one influenced by nu-metal and early 2000’s metalcore, have today released their latest single, ‘White Noise’.
Speaking of ‘White Noise’, frontman Harvey Freeman says, “White Noise is about sensory overload and the overwhelming feeling of claustrophobia that neurodivergent humans experience on a near daily basis. It’s a horrible feeling of helplessness and anxiety that nothing can really help other than a quiet space and something to take your mind off of the situation.”
“We wanted to create something visually that could portray how that experience feels,” explains the singer of the accompanying music video. “The room used with the exposed hole in the wall was the perfect fit paired with the mirrors in particular scenes. We wanted it to almost look like you were inside the mind of someone going through that feeling.”
‘White Noise’ follows the recent double single release of ‘Into The Dark’ and ‘Bad Blood’, with both songs boasting music videos, which can be seen here: https://youtu.be/H5n4fuJqiWk.
Known for their ‘in your face’ approach to mental health issues and suffering. Graphic Nature confront them head on, with profound song lyrics over extremely energetic beats and riffs.
Taking their name from a track on Deftones’ ‘Koi No Yokan’ album, with blasts of snarling nu-metal aggro, the scalding fury of Slipknot’s debut album and instrumental passages that nod to the genius of Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor – Graphic Nature’s sound is one that caters for many corners of the metal world.
Graphic Nature is:
Harvey Freeman (vocals)
Matas Michailovskis (guitar)
Pete Woolven (guitar)
Charlie Smith (bass)
Jack Bowdery (drums)