“The song is lyrically and conceptually really a jam of happy thoughts about death and how we lack meaning in our lives. We function for nothing. But if you could apply your own meaning to your mortality before a meaning is applied to you, I believe you could enjoy a less agonizing existence.” – The Canyon Observer vocalist
We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of The Canyon Observer’s video for “Nøll” (watch it below). The track is taken from the forthcoming album by the same name. The album will be available for pre-order here: Vox Project | KAPA Records
The band commented on the album’s direction:
The album is us giving ourselves way more artistic freedom than before and working better as a band. It sounds like hell should sound like. As we get older we are way more chill in our lives. That’s why we make way louder and angrier music.
About the band:
Formed in 2011 and hailing from Slovenia, The Canyon Observer are a five-piece soundtracking your worst nightmares, the magnificent apocalypse upon us, or your traditional Sunday family lunch. It’s all the same. Their experimental sound intertwines delicate and atmospheric passages with a ferocious, in-your-face combo of black metal, doom and sludge, and when coupled with impenetrable fog and disorienting strobe lights at a live show, you’re in for a heavy and menacing journey. A journey that even kittens can’t make easier. After releasing the Chapter 1 and 2 EPs, they unleashed their critically acclaimed debut FVCK in 2015, which saw them play on stages all around Europe and even Cuba. Ever-exploring, The Canyon Observer now have something new in store – their sophomore album NØLL sees the quintet delving further into musical experimentation and spiraling downward into the void of human souls and their surroundings. Please, feel free to enter: “It’s there. It’s nothing.”