In the mystical realms of blackened doom bass, where the boundaries of music and the macabre converge, emerges Antania. Hailing from the desert landscapes of Joshua Tree, California, Antania is a sonic force to be reckoned with, comprised of the enigmatic Producer Dr. Luna and the hauntingly evocative Army veteran turned vocalist, Kali Mortem. Their collaborative endeavor, “The God Complex,” recently joined forces with director Matt Zane to unveil a visually stunning music video, offering a tantalizing glimpse into their darkly entrancing world.
Antania’s unique musical alchemy is nothing short of captivating. Fueled by their refusal to conform to convention, the project forges an entirely original soundscape by enveloping saw and sub bass with layers of distortion. Astonishingly, they shun the conventional use of stringed instruments, opting instead for the microbrute to craft their resonant bass lines. Dr. Luna, one-half of this sonic duo, is endorsed by KAT Percussion, a testament to their innovative prowess within the music world.
“The God Complex” stands as a testament to Antania’s fearless exploration of the dark side of humanity. This ‘Black Bass Metal’ track delves into the sinister psyche of Charles Manson and features eerie chants of a Buddhist mantra by the Manson girls. It’s essential to clarify that Antania’s artistic expression isn’t an endorsement of Manson but rather an audacious attempt to revisit that tumultuous era through the lens of bass metal. The track is currently unreleased, but fans can get a sneak peek by watching the mesmerizing music video on YouTube, with further details about its release slated for early 2024.
Antania’s haunting melodies and bone-rattling bass are set to resonate with audiences across the United States as they embark on their upcoming tour. From Oklahoma City to Hollywood, their live performances promise to be a visceral experience like no other. This tour, packed with spine-tingling bass-driven tunes, is sure to leave an indelible mark on fans of dark and unconventional music.
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9/29/23 Oklahoma City OK-Aloha Backyard
10/5/23 Washington DC-Atlas Brewery
10/6/23 Philadelphia PA-The Fire
10/12/23 ST Louis MO-The Crack Fox
10/13/23 Chicago IL- Be Afraid of the Dark FEST
10/14/23 Des Moines IA-Lefty’s
10/15/23-Minneapolis MN-Red Sea
10/21/23-Hollywood CA-Whisky ago-go
Antania’s Blackened Doom Bass is a journey into the abyss, where the boundaries of music and the macabre blur, leaving listeners enthralled and eagerly awaiting each spine-chilling note that resonates from their bass-driven realm.