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In Somnia - official
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In Somnia - official
‼️‼️THE WAIT HAS AN END‼️‼️Our new album HARLEQUIN + New Video is out on 11/11/21.🎥 & Intro: Christoph ManucredoActors: Karin Ch & Alex EderOrder info will be handed during the next week#InSomnia #NEWALBUM #NEWVIDEO #ROLLERCOASTER #metal #HARLEQUIN #11/11/21 #austrianmetalscene #music #localscene #beprepared ... See MoreSee Less
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Hailing from the mountains, „In Somnia“ is a modern metal quartett, blending influences of all modern types of metal to create a unique, dark sound.
While the lyrics are set in themes of traumata and philiosophical thoughts, the instrumentation is catchy while complex. With assistence of movie score
composer Christoph Manucredo, the band managed to combine brachial violence with a certain dark atmosphere intercepted by the groove- and -core metal
influences of Dominic Granegger on the drums and djent influences of Florian Bacher on the bass. The two virtuos guitar players Andreas Wibmer and
Simon Andreas Brunner are shifting heartmelting leads to pure rawness, while the vocals are tackling from whispers, screams, growls to clear.
Listening to their music you can hear and feel an honest soul strip, the average experience of 16 years on their instruments,
the thirst for new and change and it will leave you in a critical mental condition.

We are the art, we are rolling with the tauernwind!

The other side of the coin:

We found a way of self-cure in getting rid of all negativity in life by dropping it into our music. Most of the songs are based on true stories,
true emotion and true pain. We are artists drawing pictures of our unique world into the air and into the hearts.

In Somnia is:

Dominic Granegger Drums
Florian Bacher Bass
Andreas Wibmer Guitar 
Simon Andreas Brunner Guitar & Vocals