While their debut album For The Fallen (2017) was heavy, depressing and marked by grief, the second work The Silent Vigil (2018) showed a relentlessly aggressive side.
It was without question another great album, created by musicians who blindly understand their craft yet do not repeat themselves. This also applies to the third and latest string to their bow Requiem For Mankind.
Once again, the groove is monstrous, the riffs are merciless, and the atmosphere is oppressive, paralyzing, even overwhelming. Willett’s aggressive vocals are rousing and relentless.
The band states:
“Well, here we are with our 3rd album Requiem For Mankind.
On our previous albums, we have experimented with different musical and vocal styles which have finally got us to the here and now with what we think is the definitive Memoriam album.
It’s death metal, it’s all we know, it feels like the previous albums were a build up to this one. We finally have all the right ingredients in one place. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it. Onwards!”
Memoriam were also pleased to announce their debut London show last week – which will also be the release show for their upcoming studio album. The gig will be taking place at The Underworld, Camden on June 22nd this summer. Supports to be announced in due course.
Tickets are on sale now via the below link:
22nd June – The Underworld, Camden
Memoriam have two more UK show dates currently scheduled for 2019, as follows:
May 18th – Keighley, Victoria Hall (Manorfest)
July 21st – (Amplified Festival)
Check out the cover art below;