Vokonis will launch their fourth studio album, Odyssey, in spring 2021. Extra dynamically numerous than ever, the six new tracks characteristic visitor musician Per Wiberg (Opeth, Non secular Beggars, Kamchatka) on keyboard. Odyssey is Vokonis’ first true prog-record. A file for the brand new decade.
After the success of Vokonis’ third album Greedy Time (2019), Vokonis instantly went into recording extra materials. With the purpose set to additional broaden the prog panorama, Vokonis crafted recordings which are extra dynamically numerous and forward-thinking than ever earlier than. The result’s Odyssey, the upcoming fourth studio album by Vokonis. Starting from full-blown doom to melodically blissful passages, the brand new album options visitor musician Per Wiberg (Opeth, Non secular Beggars, Kamchatka) on keyboard.
With tangible prog influences mixed with stand out choruses, the six tracks on Odyssey additional discover the sound that Vokonis launched on 2019’s Greedy Time. Jonte Johansson’s clear vocal traces are successfully blended with Simon Ohlsson’s aggressive bark, creating tons of depth because the sound shifts from dreamy psychedelia to face-melting sludge heaviness. The brand new tracks are backed up by the rhythmical patterns supplied by the
band’s new drummer Peter Ottosson who, since his affiliation in early 2019, has proved to be a spark plug of inspiration for the band.
Odyssey was recorded in Studio Soundport, Sweden, by Mikael Andersson. Mastered by
Magnus Lindberg. The art work for the album and its singles have been made by Kyrre Bjurling
(Greedy Time, Olde One Ascending reissue). Odyssey shall be launched on The Signal Data on Could 7, 2021. The album shall be out there on digital, vinyl, and CD format. Prepare.
(Photograph courtesy of Per Wiberg’s Fb web page)