Mesmer is the fourth studio album from Australian metalcore band Northlane. It was released on 24 March 2017 through UNFD, with no announcement prior to the release. It follows the group's slight departure from their metalcore roots and towards a more alternative and experimental sound, as established on their previous release, Node. It peaked at No. 3 on the ARIA Albums Chart. It is the last Northlane album to feature bass player Alex Milovic as a member of the band.
Mesmer is the fourth album from Australian Metalcore band, Northlane. This is the second release after 2015’s Node to feature vocalist, Marcus Bridge. This album continues the experimental and alternative sound that Northlane established on their prior release. Northlane premiered Intuition on January 18th 2017, during their Unity 2017 performance. They released the video, M E S M E R. On March 19th, Citizen was released. On 23rd March, the bot sent out a message that said 2.
I love every Northlane album and this isn't an exception, I completely understand peoples gripes with it not being metalcore enough and not being a fan of the lyrics etc but I also appreciate it for being what the artists want it to be, and as a listener and a fan I'll take all I can get from these lads.
Mesmer by Northlane, released 24 March 2017 1. Citizen 2. Colourwave 3. Savage 4. Solar 5. Heartmachine 6. Intuition 7. Zero-One 8. Fade 9. Render 10. Veridian 11. Paragon. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
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Released date 24 March 2017. Produced by Bendeth David. Music StyleMetalcore. Members owning this album8.
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By Rob Barbour (Metal Hammer) 2017-03-24T10:18:00. Epic Aussies mob crank up the melody. While anyone who enjoyed Node will find plenty to get into here, Mesmer demonstrates an undeniable evolution in the Antipodeans’ sound. As demonstrated on their previous outing, new(ish) vocalist Marcus Bridge is possessed of a magnificent clean singing voice, which is used to its full effect – particularly on the album’s first half. His screamed vocals remain suitably raw, but Northlane have their sights set on the upper echelons of their game, and that means epic, sweeping guitars and radio-ready choruses.