The first single from the forthcoming album was premiered last week on triple j's 4. Can't Be Unsaid is a powerful ode to moving on despite a brutal past which is a fitting first offering from Buried In Verona.
Despite a successful 2014 album and top 20 chart debut, last year Buried In Verona found themselves staring oblivion in the face.
February and March 2015 saw Caulfield taking time away from the live circuit, allowing them to return to the studio to write and record their sophomore album Outcast, which they felt really captured their aggressive and melodic musical approach.
Since Caulfield’s inception in 2010, the Sydney-based five-piece band refused to hesitate hitting the road.
Featuring aggressive and melodic guitar work, intricate and powerful drumming, chaotic keyboard work and a varied array of vocal stylings, the album is sure to become a staple in modern melodic death metal.
Since the release of 2013’s acclaimed ResIllusion, Melbourne’s Orpheus Omega have cemented themselves as one of melodic death metal’s most promising newcomers.