“Any fan of heavy music will find something to excite them here” – Metal Hammer
“Sweden’s answer to Gojira” – Revolver
Swedish metal quartet ORBIT CULTURE have unveiled new single, ‘Mute The Silent’, the first new music heard from the band since the release of new album, Nija, which was released summer 2020 via Seek & Strike.
Watch the video for ‘Mute The Silent’ here: https://youtu.be/1TX4YS_l1-Q
‘Mute The Silent’ will feature on ‘Nija’ expanded digital edition, out Friday 15th Jan via all streaming platforms.
In the deep forests of southern Sweden lies the small town of Eksjö where the band ORBIT CULTURE originate. The idea of ORBIT CULTURE came to vocalist / rhythm guitarist Niklas Karlson in 2013 whilst working on bedroom demos; he quickly formed and early version of the band, which included drummer Markus Bladh.
Citing Metallica and Gojira as their main heavy influences, ORBIT CULTURE are band who love to experiment with wide a range of sounds and textures to create something that is fresh but also familiar. Nikas comments: “As much as we love metal, we love other music, too. We love a good hard-hitting song as much as the next guy, but we’ve always found that blending and mixing genres seems more fun for us at least, rather than deciding on a specific genre to write within the metal scene. It really helps us to be creative and motivated. I’m guessing that is something that we’ll always do.”
Quickly after forming, ORBIT CULTURE released a self-produced EP and an LP, but it was summer 2016 when two new members joined the band – Richard Hansson on the lead guitar and Fredrik Lennartsson on the bass guitar – and the quartet perfectly honed their distinctive sound.
With the new line-up in place the band set to work on stunning new album Nija and in 2019 caught the attention of the Seek and Strike label, who signed them immediately.
For fans of Trivium, Metallica, Gojira and Architects, ORBIT CULTURE are a band from a small town with big ambitions.
Watch previous video ‘The Shadowing’ here: https://youtu.be/maQdcLNrDyc