The Portuguese black metal band Gaerea will soon be in Belgrade

The eveningPortuguese bleachers The evening premiered as part of The Undying Mirage tours come to Serbia on Thursday, 8. each otherand the venue of this black metal festival is Hello Zappa.

The evening is a Portuguese black metal band formed in 2016 in Porto, as they said in an interview: “with the purpose of enabling the spread of the inner feeling of anger among others. A feeling so valuable that we couldn’t quantify it or even name it. Gaerea represents that same feeling. Something that can only be described by a name of our own making and can only mean that.”

So far, the guys have released their self-titled EP in 2016, after which they have released three studio albums: “Unsettling Whispers“ (2018.), „Limbo” (2020) and the most current “Mirage” (2022) They say that the last one was created under the strong influence of the pandemic and how we had the opportunity to realize that nothing is safe at all, that is, that we do not take things for granted, and there are always ubiquitous themes of misanthropy, mental numbness and self-destruction. They especially emphasize narcissism as a disease of the modern era, so we can see the reason for their wearing masks in that. Fans of bands such as Mgla, UADA, Groza or Kanonenfieber should not miss this concert.

Tickets can be purchased online Gigs Tix.

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