Visitor increases their momentum with their new single titled ‘Apollo Chaos’, which drops today. The single is off of their forthcoming album ‘Origin Threshold’. A more melodic and easy going track than their last single ‘Overthinker‘, the band nonetheless enhance their original sound with a beautiful somewhat dark and heavy balladesque sound in the sense that they combine wonderful vocals combined with thick and emotional guitar work that goes from brooding and fulfilling to thick and golden within a few barres.
Check out our review for Visitor’s single titled ‘Overthinker’ HERE.
Guitarist Steve Dombroski creates the energetic and memorable framework for each song, which drummer William Pierce grounds in supportive beats while Dustin Buckley layers on meticulous bass lines. By drawing on personal experiences and inspirations, Randy Gray’s melodic lyrics invite listeners to interpret and take away their own messages.
Dombroski says, “When we lose someone we hold very close to us, it’s common to want to have one more conversation. Apollo Chaos is a journey into what that conversation could look like. A mother asking her daughter if she is satisfied with her life that she has so suddenly lost and that daughter replying to “find your might….you will find a truth” and a reminder to “not blink an eye….look inside”.
“Apollo Chaos” was produced by Grammy Award-winning Producer/Engineer Chuck Alkazian (Pop Evil, Soundgarden, Tantric) at legendary Pearl Sound Studios (Asking Alexandria, Eminem, Filter).