Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Elephantus launches live clip that addresses the exploration and devastation of Brazilian forest

                                       Video is part of the duo's 1 year celebration


Elephantus celebrates 1 year of band with the release of Live Clip of the song "No Rastro da Serpente".
The clip features mostly images of the Brazilian forest that has always suffered from exploitation and devastation and has suffered more severely in the past 2 years.
The audio and video were taken from the pocket-show that the band held at Punktoberfest 2020, so it is a live record.

Elephantus is a Duo of Stoner / Doom formed in October 2019 in the city of Blumenau / SC. The sound carries, in addition to the traditional weight and sabbatical riffs, an identity that refers to the rhythms and timbres of oriental cultures and Brazilian culture. The main influences are Black Sabbath, Sepultura, Om, Zé Ramalho, Muñoz and Cassandra. Elephantus is composed by Marcelo Maus (guitar, vocals) and Andrei Mamede (drums).

The single “No Rastro da Serpente” is one of the 4 tracks that make up Elephantus' debut EP. The lyrics talk about the spiritual side, the soul, but it also reflects how we see, as a society, the relationship with work and life in general.
Anyone who has heard this sound says that he perceives an influence of cultures from the northeast of Brazil.

Check out "No Rastro da Serpente":

Created and edited by: Fernando Diógenes


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