May 2022

 

MESENTERY criticize the nightmarish dark sides of the digital world with the music video to the new Death Metal single “Virtopsy”

 

Today, on 05/19/2022, MESENTERY’s fourth single, “Virtopsy”, is released along with another impressive music video produced by VideoProduktionsHaus. The song is a brute criticism of our digitalized world, trying with melodic disharmonies and harsh guitars to wake up the listener from a nightmare of total surveillance, where everyone strays naked and helpless throughout society. After a break of almost ten years, the German Death Metal band MESENTERY has newly formed and came back in a combative manner, with the album “Soulfucker”, released via Dr. Music Records, in mid-February. Driven by frontman and guitarist Marcel Braun, the musicians injected fresh life into their band and produced with Eike O. Freese (Helloween, Alice Cooper, Heaven Shall Burn) ten varied tracks at the legendary Chameleon Recording Studio Hamburg, blending Death Metal, Thrash and other Extreme Metal influences into an explosive mixture. In the past weeks, it was already possible to get in the mood for this aggressive melange with the three pre-released singles. The melancholic “The Time Before Death” (https://youtu.be/KJbppaAaNtA), dealing with the transitoriness and waste of a useless human existence, characterized by blind consumption and a non-existent meaning, has been released first. The threatening apocalyptic vision “2025” (https://youtu.be/CcqVDg0yhto) followed as second single, whose lyric video has also been viciously directly produced by English video artist Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art (Judas Priest, Onslaught, Sortout), perfectly reflecting the message of each song with a morbid charm. At the end of January, the rough driving and energetic track “Inevitable” (https://youtu.be/bMaxsquK5S4) has been released, showing a world that has sealed its fate without hope for redemption, and in the impressively dystopian music video, the sinister lyrics become a brutal reality. The clip, also produced with the VideoProduktionsHaus team, presents the collapse of human existence in angrily brute visuals. Mastermind Marcel Braun, on vocals, guitars and bass, and drummer Eryc Botz have both created an album with “Soulfucker”, defined by anger and pain about the misbehavior of society. This manifests itself, especially in the title theme, which is based on the unsparing biography “Seelenficker”, where the author, using the pseudonym Natascha, traces her relentless, unprettified time in drug-related prostitution and as a crystal meth addict. Diabolic suspense is built up between hard old-school riffs, brutal grooves and harmonious melody peaks. The album’s lyrics are a warning and depict what is going on in our sick, self-centered and greedy society with full harshness and mercilessness. “Soulfucker” is a treat for underground Death Metal maniacs with its aggressive attitude, the exciting and drastic title theme as well as socio-critical lyrics, not only instrumentally. With the brand new music video for “Virtopsy”, in which the band performs framed by giant screens with alternating dystopian scenes, there is now a threatening audiovisual follow-up to watch, which makes metalheads want to check out the powerful album: https://youtu.be/Hzw00PEPd4U





April 2022

 

The band gives several interviews to various radio stations and are exclusively in the current "Legacy" German Metal magazine issue 04/2022.
Don`t miss any appointments and pay attention to the events Informations on Facebook and Instagram.

 


March 2022

 

MESENTERY get some reviews for the new "Soulfucker" Album:


metalfactory.ch: 8.1/10: 

"...Well, the beauty of trios is that all instruments can be heard easily, which is another plus.
The bass sounds heavy, clear, warm, booming, both in the rhythmic and solodesk areas. The drums bang
heavily with a lot of double bass, sometimes grooving in mid-tempo, but always driving forward very powerfully,
with a hard snare sound, clear cymbals and toms, which sometimes loosen up the whole thing.
The guitar is both prong and pantera-like riffing, contains short, melodic and solodesque excursions,
as well as the crossover, well-known melody arcs. The vocals are not necessarily guttural,
rather aggressive and angry shouting as well as screaming, in the lowered sediment, always
understandable, slightly sodom-like, somehow, but it fits perfectly with the overall sound work.
Compare to just Pantera, Sodom, Prong, C.O.C.,..."


time-for-metal.eu: 9.2/10: 

"Ten aggressive Death Metal songs with tremendous energy and a relentless groove that powers

Mesentery's new album Soulfucker. It's hard to imagine that the band has been on hold for so long has.

They are definitely back fresher than ever. The plate is like this refreshingly awesome that for one or the other

listener they even have a could be earfuckers!"



 

February 2022

 

MESENTERY released the new album “Soulfucker” via Dr. Music Records. They produced with Eike O. Freese (Helloween, Alice Cooper, Heaven Shall Burn) ten varied tracks at the legendary Chameleon Recording Studio Hamburg, blending Death Metal, Thrash and other Extreme Metal influences into an explosive mixture. In the past weeks, it was already possible to get in the mood for this aggressive melange with the three pre-released singles. The melancholic “The Time Before Death” (https://youtu.be/KJbppaAaNtA), dealing with the transitoriness and waste of a useless human existence, characterized by blind consumption and a non-existent meaning, has been released first. The threatening apocalyptic vision “2025” (https://youtu.be/CcqVDg0yhto) followed as second single, whose lyric video has also been viciously directly produced by English video artist Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art (Judas Priest, Onslaught, Sortout), perfectly reflecting the message of each song with a morbid charm. At the end of January, the rough driving and energetic track “Inevitable” (https://youtu.be/bMaxsquK5S4) has been released, showing a world that has sealed its fate without hope for redemption, and in the impressively dystopian music video, the sinister lyrics become a brutal reality. The clip, produced with the team of VideoProduktionsHaus, presents the collapse of human existence in angrily brute visuals. Around the center-performing band, various horror scenarios of interpersonal madness play out in an end-time-like morbid setting in numerous honeycomb-like stacked, padded rooms. Mastermind Marcel Braun, on vocals, guitars and bass, and drummer Eryc Botz have both created an album with “Soulfucker”, defined by anger and pain about the misbehavior of society. This manifests itself, especially in the title theme, which is based on the unsparing biography “Seelenficker”, where the author using the pseudonym Natascha traces her relentless, unprettified time on drug-related prostitution and as a crystal meth addict. Diabolic suspense is built up between hard old-school riffs, brutal grooves and harmonious melody peaks. The album’s lyrics are a warning and depict what is going on in our sick, self-centered and greedy society with full harshness and mercilessness. “Soulfucker” is a treat for underground Death Metal maniacs with its aggressive attitude, the exciting and drastic title theme as well as socio-critical lyrics, not only instrumentally.



January 2022

 

MESENTERY depict with their merciless new Death Metal single “Inevitable” accompanied by an apocalyptic music video a dystopia of the collapse of the modern world.

 

With “Inevitable” the brand-new third single taken from the upcoming MESENTERY album “Soulfucker” drops today, on January 27, 2022. The rough driving and energetic track shows a world that has sealed its fate without hope for redemption and in the impressively dystopian music video, the sinister lyrics become a brutal reality. The clip, produced with the team of VideoProduktionsHaus, presents the collapse of human existence in angrily brute visuals. Around the center-performing band, various horror scenarios of interpersonal madness play out in an end-time-like morbid setting in numerous honeycomb-like stacked padded rooms. Between hard old-school riffs, brutal grooves and harmonious melody peaks, diabolic suspense is built up. “Soulfucker”, to be released on 02/11/2022, via Dr. Music Records, has been recorded at the legendary Chameleon Recording Studio Hamburg, featuring mastermind Marcel Braun on vocals, guitar and bass and Eryc Botz on drums. Produced by Eike O. Freese (Helloween, Alice Cooper, Heaven Shall Burn), the album is defined by anger and pain about the misbehavior of society. This manifests itself, especially in the title theme, which is based on the unsparing biography “Seelenficker”, where the author using the pseudonym Natascha traces her relentless, unprettified time on drug-related prostitution and as a crystal meth addict. This disturbing motif also matches well with the merciless “Inevitable” music video and its raging Death Metal mace. Attention, this is not for the faint-hearted. Check out the apocalyptic carnage now!

https://youtu.be/bMaxsquK5S4



December 2021:

MESENTERY fire from all guns in the martial end-time lyricvideo for the new Death Metal single “2025”.

With their hard-hitting, aggressive single “2025”, released today, on 11/02/2021, the German Death Metal band MESENTERY, newly formed after a break of almost ten years, shows a world plagued by war, with countries that only care about their own advantage to exploit them, until they fall into the abyss. “2025” is the second single after “The Time Before Death” taken from the combative new album “Soulfucker” to be released on February 11, 2022, via Dr. Music Records. The threatening apocalyptic vision manifests itself especially in the martial hybrid of music and lyric video produced by Very Metal Art designer Andy Pilkington (Orden Ogan, Judas Priest, Motörhead), where tanks and soldiers march into the final battle, whipped up by angry vocals. With their mixture of Death Metal, Thrash as well as other Extreme Metal influences, the musicians from the Hamburg area hammer inject fresh life into their band.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcqVDg0yhto


November 2021

MESENTERY announce their comeback with the new Death Metal album “Soulfucker” for early 2022 and send as a first cynical harbinger the single “The Time Before Death”.

After a break of almost ten years, the German Heavy Death Metal band MESENTERY has newly formed and is back in a combative manner, with the new album “Soulfucker” to be released on February 11, 2022, via Dr. Music Records. Driven by frontman and guitarist Marcel Braun, ten varied tracks were produced, blending Death Metal, Thrash, and other Extreme Metal influences into an explosive mixture. Between hard old-school riffs, brutal grooves and harmonious melody peaks, diabolic suspense is built up.  This manifests itself, especially in the title theme, which is based on the unsparing biography “Seelenficker”, where the author using the pseudonym Natascha traces her relentless, unprettified time on drug-related prostitution and as a crystal meth addict. The album’s lyrics are a warning and depict with full harshness and mercilessness what is going on in our sick, self-centered and greedy society. As a cynical harbinger from the album, the melancholic single “The Time Before Death” dealing with the transitoriness and waste of a useless human existence, characterized by blind consumption and a non-existent meaning. At the same time, a dark, melancholy lyric video will be released, whose teaser shows a first ominous glimpse of the sound of “Soulfucker”: https://youtu.be/CdurrJlemMA

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