Concert no. 07 in the Deluziot series comes in an international metal edition, with two heavy sets of varying speeds:
After a debut performance at Roadburn – one of Europe’s prominent heavy music festivals – the collaboration of vocalist Tomer Damsky with the Belgian band Wyatt E lands in Jerusalem. With music inspired by Babylonian mythology, scales from the Near and Far East, or “music for ancient empires” as they put it, Wyatt E have made a global mark with their atmospheric Doom soundscapes. Upon this sonic foundation, Damsky overlays vocal maneuvers from Middle Eastern ornamentation to screeches, uttering ancient texts in Hebrew and Latin. After an acclaimed split single and their full Live at Roadburn record, ATONIA come to shake the stage of HaZira with a second-ever performance.
Sebastien Von Landau: Guitar, synths, and vocals
Stephane Rondia: Bass and electronics
Jonas Sanders: Drums
Tomer Damsky: Vocals and electronics
Between bursts of noisy aggression and lamentations over the death of the universe, the local post-hardcore group ATAMEO arrives at Deluziot for a special set. In the band’s debut album, released in 2022 via Zegema Beach and Middle-Man Records, each track is a journey through fractured spaces both musical and metaphysical.
Ori Gutholtz: Bass and lead vocals
Tzahi Halimi: Guitar and vocals
Ziv Peretz: Guitar and vocals
Itay Bitton: Drums