News published Saturday, June 09, 2018

Approaching the release of its first EP, the project DEEP MEMORIES, led by former Desdominus vocalist Douglas Martins, presents several details of the work.

The first highlight goes to the title of the material, ‘In Too Deep …’, Douglas explains: “‘In Too Deep…’ sums up the project proposal very well, exposing what is deep, almost secret in each of our minds. When these secrets become known, they generate significant changes in the individual history of each being, minimizing the distorted essence of humanity, which today is masked by phrases, behaviors and actions sometimes discriminated by being misunderstood.”

The cover of ‘In Too Deep…’ was also presented. The art was also in the hands of Douglas Martins and shows once again the whole atmosphere of introspection of the material.

The tracks on the EP are also being revealed:

When the Time for My Last Breath Comes
The Bitter Taste Of Illusiion

Scheduled to be released on July 3, ‘In Too Deep…’ is a promotional EP, a sort of “appetizer” for the new album. The work is being released in partnership with Heavy Metal Rock and Misanthropic Records and at first will be made available only to the specialized media and labels customers.

DEEP MEMORIES is also preparing a music video for the track ‘The Bitter Taste of Illusion’. The release will be on June 21.

Already the long awaited album also comes out this year. It will be released simultaneously in Brazil and Japan in September through Heavy Metal Rock (Bra), Misanthropic Record (Bra) and Invasion of Solitude Records (Jap). More details coming soon.

Formed in 2016, DEEP MEMORIES presents, in musical terms, cadence, heaviness and different nuances, mixing melody and aggressiveness with beautiful guitars duets, an atmosphere that refers to great icons of Death Metal, Doom Metal, Gothic Metal and Progressive Metal with vocals varying from speeches, singing, choirs and the most pungent screamed and guttural.

The lyrical thematic revolves around the very name “Deep Memories”. When we read these words, we are immediately referred to memories of very significant moments of our existence as illnesses and death, disappointments, obsessions, moments of panic and depression and if we speak in psychism, we have totally inaccessible records in our memories that store lapses few explored by the human race. This is the lyrical theme of Deep Memories: Expose what these memories produced, produce and still influence in the direction of the intellectual, social and spiritual character of the human race.


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