Atena released hard-hitting, melancholic and relatable new single/music video ‘Subway Anthem’

ATENA have pushed through to become one of the most noteworthy and experimental metalcore acts from Norway, proving that there’s more than black metal that roams in the country. Merging elements from classic metalcore with more urban soundscape, they address issues new generations face today. The new track is mixed and mastered by Swedish producer Henrik Udd (Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Imminence).

Listen to the single here:

Although maybe unusual, the city subway ended up being the inspiration for the single, and ATENA states:

“When 2020 came around and we only had our day job to go to while waiting to play actual shows again, the daily commute to and from work became the place/time we all listened to music and dreamed about getting back at it. In a way the city subway really helped us through the day and ended up helping us crafting one of the songs we couldn’t be more proud of making.”

Over the last years and with 4 albums under their belt, ATENA have proven to be the fore fronters of Norwegian metalcore with their relentless mix of heavy guitars, electronic samples and hip-hop influences.

With a deep inspiration from classical composers, hip hop and love for heavy music the band entwine these elements together with lyrics of darker episodes that occur through life. ATENA‘s latest, critically acclaimed album “Drowning Regret & Lungs Filled with Water” earned them international praise.

Vebjørn Iversen – Guitar
Jakob Skogli – Vocals
Ulrik Linstad – Bass
Fredrik Kåsin – Drums

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