NERVOSA Under Ruins, Perpetual Chaos & Guided By Evil Sunday January 24 2021, 2:23 PM
NERVOSA Under Ruins, Perpetual Chaos & Guided By Evil

"Under Ruins"

Newly-staffed femme Thrash Metal formation NERVOSA releases their explosive third single, “Under Ruins”, cut from their upcoming full-length album, Perpetual Chaos, to be released on January 22, 2021 via Napalm Records. As an harbinger of the new record, Diva Satanica’s powerful and aggressive vocals draw you into the heavy vortex of NERVOSA’s pure energy, underlining the bands critical exploration of social grievances as the track is traverses the difficult topic of a homeless child left to survive on the streets. 


"Perpetual Chaos"

The four women of Thrash Metal crusher NERVOSA release the second stunner, “Perpetual Chaos”, cut from their upcoming full-length album of the same name, out on January 22, 2021 via Napalm Records. With the new single, NERVOSA delivers an undeniable round-house kick of uncompromising Thrash and Death Metal elements and illuminates listeners worldwide with their bold and thought-provoking lyricism.  


"Guided By Evil"

Femme frontrunners of Thrash/Death Metal NERVOSA await with their high-speed new single, “Guided By Evil”, the first offering off their upcoming album, Perpetual Chaos, to be released on January 22 2021, via Napalm Records. Lyrically, the song pulls no punches by dissecting the concept of two-faced people - those who are kind to your face, but eventually stab you in the back - truly guided by evil! This 3’30 crusher marks the new generation of NERVOSA. 


Thrash metal powerhouse NERVOSA attacks with inexorable full femme power, leaving the world in Perpetual Chaos (out January 22, 2021 via Napalm Records).

The newly staffed quartet showcases their ability for impetuously feral, pungently sharp riffs and aggressive vocals on 13 massive tracks. The new line up – featuring founding guitarist Prika Amaral and talented new members Diva Satanica on vocals, Mia Wallace on bass and Eleni Nota on drums – delivers a massive punch of thrash spliced with remarkable death metal assaults. The powerful new formation of NERVOSA adds a contemporary touch to this already thrashing institution of metal.

Since their formation in 2010 and leading up to their latest full-length surge, 2018’s groundbreaking Downfall of Mankind, NERVOSA has delivered pure brute records in consistent intervals. Their fourth full-length, Perpetual Chaos, builds upon the turbulence – adding diverse musical elements to create an infallible new standout. 

Guided by a marvelous force of uncompromising thrash and death metal, their raw power has its finger on the pulse of time: lyrically, the four piece does not hesitate to tackle issues that impact the very core of society as we know it. From political grievances and amplifying the voices of minorities to protesting against factory farming, capitalism and succumbing to the ill-informed musings of social elites - these commanding women do not mince words. Tracks like the airtight opener “Venomous”, the fast-twitching “Until The Very End” and “Time To Fight” prove that NERVOSA’s revitalized identity experiments with both fresh new elements and crucial auditory foundations without succumbing to any clichés. “Genocidal Command” perks ears with Diva Satanica’s vocal eloquence, accented by the outstanding range of Schmier (DESTRUCTION) whilst mirroring a rousing thrash metal manifest.

On Perpetual Chaos, the four-piece once again joins forces with producer Martin Furia, recognized for producing Downfall of Mankind, in addition to working with EVIL INVADERS, SISTERS OF SUFFOCATION, etc. in studio, DESTRUCTION, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, etc. live and many more. A tremendous outcome awaits with brawl-brushed guitar lines, blisteringly fast drums and critical lyricism – striking the listener in a way only NERVOSA could. Viva Perpetual Chaos!


Photo Credit: Barbara Ciravegna

Diva Satanica (Vocals)
Prika Amaral (Guitar)
Mia Wallace (Bass)
Eleni Nota (Drums)

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