Vatican announce new album 'Ultra', share music video
Official press release:
Savannah, Georgia five-piece Vatican have announced their new album Ultra, out June 17 via UNFD. Today, the band has shared the video for "Reverence." Watch it here:
The fast-action video boasts a cinematic and apocalyptic vibe, as it features tight shots, hand-to-hand combat, and swordsmanship mixed with performance footage.
"To me, this song has just about the whole package," says singer Mike Sugars. "Just a little bit of everything I like to hear in metalcore. I remember recording the chorus, and our producer Randy Lebouf saying, 'I don't understand how you thought to sing over this, but it's just so perfect.' The song is about people with irresponsible amounts of wealth and the damage they cause to the vast majority of regular people. We don't need 'em."
After developing a name for themselves and garnering press praise with 2019's full-length Sole Impulse, Vatican stormed out of the gates hard in 2021, when they signed to UNFD and released their knockout double-single effort Become A New God. Featuring singles "Absolute Reality" and "Fractured God," both of which received full rotation adds on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal, Become A New God saw Vatican tackling the complexity of the human experience and all its brokenness, uncertainties, strangeness, and need for constant self-reflection and improvement." They followed with "Decemeta," which dropped late last year.
Ultra track listing:
01. Slipstream Annihilation
02. I Am Above
04. Where Heavens Collide
06. don't speak
08. Uncreated Waste
10. By Your Love
11. Miracle Of The Moon
12. Mirror Dream
13. N.U.M.B. (Neutralize Under Maternal Bond)
14. Did You Ever Notice I Was Gone
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No wonder these guys make their living ripping off t-shirts of other peoples shit because their original shit blows.
Groomer music with an appropriate name considering they probably molest more kids than the Vatican could ever possibly do.
new singer is leagues better than what ever BMTH worship cringe shit their last singer was on.
I can't fathom how people think this is good. Your taste in music is complete dog shit
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Shouty bits with whiny singing parts. f*ckinwoooopwooooop