Christmas is 7 sleeps away and oh LAWD is that close when you think about it. Don’t …
Okay, don’t get freaked out, but Melbourne-based djent band Omnific only mess with the low end. Yep; two basses. No guitars. Try to wrap your ears around new single Objets Du Vertu…just go with it. Trust us.
The track is from their upcoming Kismet EP, due out on the 24th of November.
The EP was recorded by band member Toby Peterson-Stewart, mixed by Jesse Holt, Mastered by Ermin Hamidovic of Systematic Productions. Additional Programming was handled by Jamie Marinos.
The Omnific is Matthew Fackrell (Bass), Toby Peterson-Stewart (Bass) and Jerome Lematua (Drums). All meat, zero potatoes. (I don’t know what that means either.)
Their palpable Facebook and Bandcamp following parleyed into special performances at the Melbourne Guitar Show, I Built The Sky and James Norbert Ivanyi.
Matthew states “‘Kismet‘ is an incredibly personal release for me, as being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in February of this year. Having these tracks to work on helped me to not get overwhelmed from the life-changing issues I was facing. I even have a track on this EP I wrote whilst in hospital which I think captures the emotions of how I was feeling at the time.”
Pre-orders will be available on Monday the 16th of October.