Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

Wolvera – “Sacred Nothing”

Wolvera is a heavy metal four piece out of Dallas, TX. Founded in 2020, the band consist of DFW music scene veterans Garth Rogers, Jerry Gomez, Ozz Gomez, and Omar Tageddi. The band prides itself on heavy riffs and powerful intricate drums, harmonically compelling leads, lyrical hooks, and lush instrumental passages. Their progressive approach includes influence from heavy and thrash metal, psychedelic and prog rock, doom metal, metalcore, and more.

“Sacred Nothing”, is a nice proposal, which shows a good technical mastery in the genre to be proposed. Energetic and gritty general sound, with an aggressive and at the same time sharp vocal line. An intense and well-constructed general atmosphere where the dynamics make listening even more compelling and exalting.

“Sacred Nothing” involves the listener by dragging him into a suggestive dimension that gives off excellent vibrations through scratchy guitars, which give a remarkable sound impact. Wolvera , certainly has excellent potential to be able to propose original and not at all obvious ideas, surprising the listener in a positive way, managing to give even more a beautiful injection of energy.

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