Servers, the South Yorkshire quintet, has recently released a new song, ‘King of Nothing’ from their new album ‘The Vertical Plane’, released on May 19th via Undergroove Records. Currently sitting at No. 16 in the Official Primordial Up-Vote Top 40 Chart, the track explores the metaphysical psyche while delivering a musical assault of apocalyptic riffs, thunderous melodies, weird electronica, and insanely dark but infectious hooks.
The song represents a spiteful and vengeful dig at individuals who preach virtues from a high while holding material possessions in high esteem and believing that the path to happiness lies in them. The same furiously rancorous lyrics are amplified by the thunderous soundscape that Servers have so expertly crafted.
The Vertical Plain features Storrar examining themes of religion, the esoteric, and the paranormal, which have been present in the band’s past three albums – ‘Leave With Us’, ‘Everything Is Okay’, and ‘Ad Nauseum’. With his fourth album, Storrar’s lyrics are thought-provoking and evocative, causing listeners to reflect on their own beliefs and experiences. The album is a must-listen for anyone interested in exploring profound ideas through music.
Expanding further on the philosophical background of the album. frontman Lee Storrar says:
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