Sepsiss Mobilise Army of Zombies to Promote New Single!

Sepsiss Plan to Infect Your Eardrums with Contagious Metal Attack of New Single, Eyes of Empathy!


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If you’re looking for acoustic ballads, the door’s that way. Sepsiss is a female-fronted metal band from Manchester, NH and since 2011 has been wowing crowds (their self-titled "Sepsiss Zombies!") across their home state. Founded by vocalist Melissa Wolfe and guitarist William Savant, their latest single sees them showcasing Melissa’s stunningly powerful voice with a pounding rhythms section of the delirious chug and tyre-screech of guitars. Looking back to rock heroes like Heart and more recent bands such as Evanescence, whilst adding Herculean ferocity, Sepsiss are helping to confirm that female-fronted metal bands offer some of the most powerful, intriguing and diverse sounds in the genre.

Sepsiss are Melissa Wolfe (vocals); Cam Loud (guitars); Mr Goodbarz (technology/keys); Robbert Pann (drums) and
William Savant (vocals/guitars). They have established an army of fans with their gigs across the Boston area, playing uncompromising metal with an equally acerbic dose of urban electronics. Sepsiss are proving that once again, metal is one of the most open genres in music, with not only Melissa leading from the front but with the rest of the band hailing from African/American/European backgrounds and with experience in wildly different musical fields, leading to their often danceable, urban twists to their tracks. This is no pub band – their exacting studio standards expand to the live experience with bespoke lighting, wild costumes, choreography and dazzling effects.

Whether it’s playing a charity gig in a Walmart car-park (you read that correctly), creating their own merchandise or manning online Halo communities, Sepsiss are a band you can’t help but want to get to know. Eyes of Empathy is your perfect introduction to the band: almost operatic washes of synth, Melissa’s crystalline vocals, William’s unearthly roar and pummelling bass and drums, it’s like eating the entire Sepsiss menu in one go. Their EP is mixed by Glen Robinson (Annihilator; GWAR; Queensrÿche).

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March 6, 2019 9:55am ET by Quite Great  

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