September Mourning Releases New Song “Gravedigger”
Back in July, Los Angeles-based alt-metal band September Mourning, consisting of Emily Lazar (vocals), Rich Juzwick (guitar), Aaron Hoover (guitar) and Kyle Mayer (drums), released their new album “Volume IV”.
It is their first project in four years since the 2019 EP “Volume III”.
The band lead singe Emily Lazar told Devolution Magazine about the album in an interview, “Volume IV is the soundtrack to the last book in the graphic novel called 'When September Ends'... It follows the trio of heroines in the book that are plotting to dethrone Fate and restore the world order, the plan's surprising outcome and an even more surprising ending to the first collection. It's storytelling through music that it also strong enough to hold its own in a stand alone sort of way.”
After the release of the album, the band released the first single called “Gravedigger” along with a music video on December 15, 2023.
The track was written by Blair Daly, Emily Lazar, Rick Juzwick, and Zac Maloy.
The accompanying video was directed by Matt Phillips and Marty McCoy.
- The band said of the song, “This song is a visceral, heavy and dynamic track. Through dub electronics, heavy bass tones, screaming guitars and lyrics, the song exemplifies how rage can be used positively to take power back from something or someone who doesn't have your best interests at heart. The video finds September and the Reapers surrounded by Fate itself on the screens and present in the room. September Herself circles the mysterious figure and finally takes her rage out on him only to be left with a sickness that pours out of her at the end.”
Photos by Novella Photography
- source : Apple Music