Vattnet Viskar is an example of a band rising high in our universe, pushing their celestial boundaries. With two studio albums and a slew of tours supporting giant names, this band is a pulsating force that is widely extending their influence. With their newest release Settler, this band has proven they’re worthy of captivating every emotion from the listener while also taking risks as musicians. In short, not many bands are thriving as greatly as Vattnet Viskar.
With carbon copied sounds covering the metal world like a toxic blanket, Vattnet Viskar are the non-conformists who focus on their influences and how they can deliver that to the metal world. The result is an array of atmospheric melodies that are pleasing to the ear but harshly mixed with grungy undertones that are sharp to the touch. This is the embodiment of a band that catches peoples’ attention. And since the band is ready to take on the world, Vattnet Viskar can only spread their message farther than anyone can imagine.
The Age of Metal was able to speak with guitarist Chris Alfieri. In the interview we discuss their tour supporting The Atlas Moth, the writing for Settler, and how they view their success.