Local Rockers Seeress to Play a Release Party at Mahall's Next Week

by

comment
COURTESY OF SEERESS
  • Courtesy of Seeress
Two years ago, the locally based self-described “post-rock/instrumental/atmospheric metal” band Seeress followed up two self-released EPs, 2015’s Self-Titled and 2016’s Many Worlds, with its first full-length, Great Void.

Next week, it returns with another full-length, The Dream Passes. The disc features the same kind of intensely intricate post-rock instrumentals that can be found on previous efforts.

Produced by Dave Piatek, mixed by Kurt Ballou and mastered by Magnus Lindberg, The Dream Passes aims to be “both challenging and deeply rewarding for the thoughtful, involved listener, the one that has moved beyond the frivolous music-as-accessory and is longing for music-as-statement,” as it’s put in a press release.

The album arrives on Friday, Feb. 8, and the band plays a release party with Pillars, Two Hand Fools and Brain Cave at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, at Mahall’s 20 Lanes in Lakewood. Tickets are $10.

We’re keeping you informed…
...and it’s what we love to do. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, Scene Magazine has been keeping Cleveland informed for years.

It’s never been more important to support local news sources, especially as we all deal with the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic. Almost everything Scene is about -- our stories, our events, our advertisers -- comes down to getting together. With events on hold, and no print distribution for the foreseeable future, every little bit helps.

A free press means accountability and a well-informed public, and we want to keep our unique and independent reporting available for many, many years to come.

If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to Scene. Every reader contribution is valuable and so appreciated, and goes directly to support our coverage of critical issues and neighborhood culture. Thank you.

Add a comment