Local Rock Band Seeress to Release Full-Length Debut


The locally based self-described “post-rock/instrumental/atmospheric metal” band Seeress has self-released two EPs, 2015’s Self-Titled and 2016’s Many Worlds. The group also contributed a song to the vinyl compilation “Heavy Haze” released by the local record label Wax Mage.

Now, the band has announced it’ll release its first full-length, Great Void, this month. Dave Piatek (Above This Fire, Light Years) engineered the album and Brad Boatright (Sleep, Obituary) did the mastering.

The band hosts a release party on June 17 at Mahall’s 20 Lanes. Locals Above This Fire, Significant Loss and Jenna Fournier will also perform. Admission to the show is $5.

Seeress’ two previous EPs are currently available to stream or as name-your-own-price downloads on the group's Bandcamp page.

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