Rockshots Records - Cosmic Metal VANDERLUST's New Music Video Searches For The "Orphan Planet"

Rockshots Records - Cosmic Metal VANDERLUST's New Music Video Searches For The "Orphan Planet"


Debut Self-Titled Album Out April 15, 2022




Cosmic metallers VANDERLUST (ft. members of S91, Dreal) will be inviting fans into their galaxy of wonder with the release of their self-titled debut album on April 15th, 2022 via Rockshots Records.


Today, they share their next odyssey in the exploration for the "Orphan Planet", which is the fifth single off the forthcoming record. Having already introduced fans to singles "Scavengers of Kuiper Belt", "The Last Ganymedian", "Requiem For An Ancient World" and "3 Suns".


"Orphan Planet is a more proggy track. The riffs are complex, but the song has also fast and catchy melodic phrases. Around the end, the song gets heavier and heavier with a powerful falsetto vocal section. What if an orphan planet would enter our solar system? And what if this planet would have traces of an extinct alien form of life?" adds the band.


Listen to "Orphan Planet" at the following links:


Music Video - https://youtu.be/Ms6T3CwOspY


Birthed to travel the cosmos, Italy's Vanderlust is a power-heavy metal band with prog-thrash influences that tells tales of space travels, astronomy, space engineering, and sci-fi adventures.


"We tried to mix a prog-thrashy riffing in the roots of Megadeth, Vektor, and Tool with epic vocal parts like Iron Maiden, Helloween, Angra, and Lione’s Rhapsody. We also put sci-fi elements in our songs, so you can hear also something from Voivod." adds the band.


This debut recording is like a stellar system with 12 different planets. The star at the center of the system represents the heavy-power metal around all the songs revolving. Despite all the tracks being irradiated by the same light, they are all different from each other. Vanderlust has fast thrash, slow and doom, shiny and brilliant to grunge, and darker songs. Like planets, which appear like simple small bright spots, but in reality, are all big worlds, Vanderlust's songs are more complex than they sound at first listen. In fact, you can easily sing along to some of the choruses even if there are complex riffs in the background. Vanderlust is particularly proud of the participation of opera singer Letizia Cappellini who does vocals on select tracks and helps the band further expand the vocal register of their compositions. The band also adds the presence of synths and electronic elements to the compositions to set the sci-fi mood of the lyrics.


"The main goal was to start a metal band that could be an inspiration for young people, a band that could tell them stories from the future when mankind will have overcome its limits and the solar system will be an entire human colony. This idea came to mind to founding members Francesco and Santo when they began their search for other members that could fit. Drummer Giacomo Mezzetti joined the space odyssey right before the covid-19 outbreak. Vocalist Riccardo Morello joined the band during the first lockdown in Italy, so the first song was entirely composed online, using videocalls and file sharing." adds the band.


For their live aspect, Vanderlust is currently working hard to create a thrilling spectacle, giving all their energy to the fans and letting them join them on the space journey.


Vanderlust is recommended for fans of Iron Maiden, Angra, Tool, Helloween, and Vektor.


Album CD pre-order - https://bit.ly/Vanderlust_CD

Digital - https://bfan.link/vanderlust




Track Listing:

1. Intro (0:58)

2. High Hopes (3:34)

3. Orphan Planet (3:41)

4. Forgotten Breed (5:13)

5. The Last Ganymedian (3:45)

6. Scavengers Of Kuiper Belt (4:02)

7. Mass Effect Destruction (2:04)

8. Requiem For An Ancient World (4:59)

9. 3 Suns (4:44)

10. Dyson's Swarm (4:00)

11. Ringworld (3:26)

12. Ten Years Back (3:38)

13. Zima Blue (4:39)

Album Length: 48:49


More info: Rockshots.eu​ ​Facebook.com/vanderlustofficial​ ​Instagram.com/vanderlustband

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