April 12, 2024

Metamorph returns with all new album ‘Hex’ – Video out now


Metamorph returns with new album, 'Hex' - Video for title track out now

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Goth pop act Metamorph has a new album out, “Hex”. “Hex” is out via Distortion Productions and comes with the video for the title track.

Thematically the album handles love, personal empowerment and the hidden secrets of sacred geometry. Margot Day adds: “‘Hex’ is like a lover slowly undressing, revealing the secrets of the universe encoded in melodies, seducing you to unlock the enchanting mysteries of your being.”

“Hex” was produced by the band and Cleopatra recording artist, Erik Gustafson. The album is available on CD and on all digital platforms via Distortion Productions. Also included on the album are remixes by Grendel (“Veridia”) and Moris Blak and Assemblage 23 who tackled “Woo Woo”.

Metamorph was founded in 2016 and stars native New Yorker, multi-range vocalist, flute player and songwriter, Margot Day, who was an integral part of the 80’s NYC goth scene while fronting the legendary band, The Plague with drummers Nick Ferrell (Spahn Ranch) and Damian (Misfits).

Margot Day was bandmates with Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys in her first band Slow Walk 13 and later with Joey Smur Kryzwonski (Motograter) in her project Sacred.

Next to Margot we also find Kurtis Knight and Thaliana.

Here’s the full album to check out.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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