PVRS - "That's Allright"


What's New:

PVRS Unleashes New Single «That's Allright» and It's a Headbanger's Delight

Hold onto your skulls, metalheads, because PVRS is here to melt faces and take names with their latest single «That's Allright». Recorded at "THE PALE FLAME" and mixed/mastered by the sonic wizard Benjamin Matlet, this track is a testament to the power of atmospheric sludge/post-metal. If you haven't already hit play on their official YouTube or Spotify links, what are you waiting for? Click it, crank it, and let the riffage commence!
PVRS, the brainchild of Belgian duo Jean-Pierre Mottin and Twan Landrin, has been wreaking havoc on the metal scene since their inception in 2023. Drawing inspiration from heavyweights like Deftones, Sleep Token, and the ever-gloomy Type O Negative, their music is a perfect blend of celestial melodies and earth-shattering riffs. Think of it as a cosmic journey through a black hole with a soundtrack that’s equal parts serene and savage.
«That's Allright» kicks off with an ethereal intro that lulls you into a false sense of security before slamming you with a riff so heavy, you’ll feel it in your bones. The vocals soar above the chaos, a haunting presence that adds an extra layer of depth to an already rich soundscape. The production quality is top-notch, with every instrument given its moment to shine in the mix. Kudos to Benjamin Matlet for capturing the raw intensity and subtle nuances of PVRS’s sound.
But let's talk about the real star here: the songwriting. PVRS has a knack for creating songs that are not just heavy, but also emotionally resonant. «That's Allright» is no exception. The lyrics delve into themes of existential dread and the search for meaning in a world that often feels indifferent. It's the kind of song that makes you want to headbang and ponder the meaning of life all at the same time.
I have to say, PVRS has hit it out of the park with this one. Their ability to blend different sub-genres into a cohesive and compelling sound is nothing short of impressive. If you’re a fan of any of their influences, or just a lover of good metal, «That's Allright» needs to be on your playlist.
In conclusion, PVRS’s new single is a masterclass in modern metal. It's heavy, it's melodic, and it's got just the right amount of doom and gloom to satisfy even the most discerning metalhead. So, throw up those devil horns, blast «That's Allright» at full volume, and let PVRS take you on a musical journey you won't soon forget. Rock on!