Coral the MerKnight - vs. The Beasts of Burdentown (A Post​-​Deathrock Opera)


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Sink or Swim: Coral the MerKnight's Epic Return with 'vs. The Beasts of Burdentown'

Gather 'round, metalheads and mermaids alike, as Coral the MerKnight emerges once more from the depths of the abyss to grace us with his sonic splendor! Brace yourselves, for on June 21, 2024, he'll unleash his sophomore opus upon the world: "vs. The Beasts of Burdentown (A Post-Deathrock Opera)".
If you've been eagerly following Coral's aquatic adventures since his debut album, you'll be thrilled to know that this new release promises to take us even deeper into his murky, mystical realm. Post-deathrock opera meets the depths of the ocean, with a dash of existential dread thrown in for good measure. It's like Shakespeare dropped his quill and picked up a Flying V.
In this chapter of Coral's saga, we see our aquatic hero grappling with some serious emotional baggage. Abandoning his underwater kingdom has left him feeling guiltier than a sinner in a church made of mirrors. But hold onto your battle axes, because his inner turmoil stirs up a maelstrom of darkness that threatens to engulf everything in its path. Talk about a midlife (or mid-sea) crisis!
Now, let's talk lineup. Coral might be the captain of this ship, but he's got some seriously talented sailors on board. With Travis Orbin (Darkest Hour) hammering the drums and Cris Hodges (Grey Daze) belting out vocals, this crew is ready to rock harder than Poseidon in a mosh pit. And let's not forget the guest appearances—Nik Nocturnal's guitar solos are sharper than a Kraken's tentacle.
This album isn't just a solo act; it's a collaborative symphony of darkness. Drawn in Isolation's programming wizardry adds layers of sonic texture that'll make you feel like you're drowning in a sea of sound—in the best possible way.
So mark your calendars, sharpen your tridents, and get ready to dive headfirst into the abyss with Coral the MerKnight's "vs. The Beasts of Burdentown (A Post-Deathrock Opera)". It's a musical voyage you won't soon forget, filled with enough twists and turns to make Davy Jones himself jealous.
And hey, don't forget to show some love to the band—hit them up on YouTube, Spotify, and Bandcamp. Because in a world where metal meets mermaids, support is the true treasure.
And now, if you'll excuse me, I've got a date with destiny and a pair of waterproof headphones. Let the metal sea shanties commence! 🤘