Brisbane Progressive Metallers Therein released a visualiser video for the latest single ALH84001 from their recently released album Aramitama.
Talking about the video , singer Cameron states:"ALH84001 tells the (technically true) story of a meteorite's journey to Earth from the perspective of the meteorite. Torn from it's home on Mars, thrown into space for millions of years, and ultimately colliding with Earth. This song was composed by band guitarist Ryan Boyd, inspired by the events surrounding the real life meteorite known as ALH84001. The Martian meteorite was the center of controversy when it was discovered as it was initially believed to contain signs of extraterrestrial life - however the song focuses on it's last moments hurtling through space, burning up in the atmosphere, and finally smashing into the ground."
The painting, titled Four Souls by Nagashima, also holds the inspiration for the name of the album – Aramitama – which loosely translates to ‘rude soul’ and is part of the ‘Mitama’ or four souls.
Cameron Whelan - Guitar, Vocals
Ryan Boyd - Guitar
Ned Gulliford - Drums, Vocals
Charlie Limpus - Bass
Brisbane Progressive Metallers Therein throw all convention out of the window, brazenly infusing Celtic undertones with Jazz, Blues, Death Metal, and 70s Progressive Rock to create a uniquely infectious sound that is undeniably their own. No restrictions, no expectations, and no inhibitions provide the nucleus of Therein's eclectic sound, blending and twisting genres into a malleable force that knows no boundaries.