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Prosthetic Records signs Weltesser

Wednesday, November 02, 2016 6:32 AM PT
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Official press release:

Prosthetic Records are pleased to reveal the signing of metallic doom trio Weltesser to their ever expanding roster. Fueled by sour diesel and misery, Weltesser is comprised of Ian Hronek (Rotting Palms, Landbridge) Nate Peterson (Rotting Palms, Sky Burial) and Mike Amador (Landbridge), who formed the band in Saint Petersburg, FL over Sabbath worship and Monolord. Roughly a year after their inaugural demo release - a syrupy four track cassette - Weltesser are excited to announce the release of their debut full-length album Crestfallen with Prosthetic Records on January 27, 2017.

The band collectively commented on the signing and what to expect from their debut stating, "We are super humbled, and honestly very excited, to be working with Prosthetic. We've all been working very hard on our music for years. Once we all got together and started Weltesser, it was the most fluid we've ever played, but I think we were all pretty surprised about anyone taking interest in helping with putting out an album so early in the band's life. "Crestfallen" is refinement and growth, we wanted to have the same depressive emotions that were in the demo, but branch out and pull some new sounds into it. Our music is very much about redundancy, not so much the repeat, just bringing you back to the same feelings from the beginning to the end. We are happy about how it came out and are excited about writing more music"

Self-produced and engineered by Dan Byers, Crestfallen is six tracks clocking in at 30 minutes of sickening, metallic doom. Having shared the stage with bands such as Primitive Man, The Body, Jucifer, Celeste and many more, they quickly became the go-to unsigned band in Florida for nationally touring acts. Their sound is inspired by Dystopia, His Hero is Gone, and Laudanum, lending a humble maturity beyond three years.


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