UK progressive metal band DIVIDIUM release ‘Body Harvest’ video.
Taken from new E.P, T.H.R.E.E, and drawing influence from bands such as TesseracT and Protest the Hero, the track is a soundscape of aggression and emotion that details the breakdown of important relationships and a change of direction in life.
Watch ‘Body Harvest’ here:
Lead singer, Neil Bailey, said ‘This song was the simplest track to write on the album. The premise of the song was based on a single moment from about 10 years ago when I realised very suddenly that the relationship I was in was toxic and essentially over. I was aware that no matter how hard I tried or how long I waited for things to fix themselves, they never would. It crushed me. It took me a long time to come to terms with it but I’m glad it happened. This song was something I’d always wanted to write but I never seemed to be able to find the right words, until we began writing ‘Body Harvest’. It’s the song I’m most proud of on the EP and the passion and devastation really comes through in the vocal delivery and lyrical content.’
Moving from beautifully sweeping guitar, through to aggressive riffs and complimented by expressive and unique vocal delivery, the song blends the lines between technical metal and modern song writing.
DIVIDIUM have supported many acts including Tesseract, Malefice, Valis Ablaze, Exist Immortal, toured the UK with The Colour Line and played Tech Fest, which has enabled them to refine their incredible live show. More live dates will be announced soon.
Get T.H.R.E.E here: https://dividium.bandcamp.com/