Spirit Adrift's new record Divided By Darkness is shaping up to easily be one of the best records of 2019. The sheer heaviness and riff-godliness of "Angels & Abyss" should clearly indicate why. According to frontman and founder Nate Garrett in an interview with Revolver, the record also reflects on four years of sobriety for him.
"If you pay attention to social media, the world is probably as bleak as it's been in my lifetime, even though most of that perspective is bullshit," he says. "It's ironic because as a person, I feel stronger and more confident and happier in some ways than I've ever been. So I think the new album is reflective of that dichotomy."
Congratulations of Nate, and be sure to grab a pre-order of the album below.