Moscow-based, melodic metal group, Tiavara, release their new track “Not a Hero” from their upcoming album, Delusional Tales of Grand Intentions, due out April 27, 2018.
Listen to the track as premiered on Pure Grain Audio HERE.
According to the band, “The song is told from a perspective of unspecified “something” that is meant to represent an idea of a higher power, whether it is “chance”, a “deity” or any other “force” that you might believe in. From its point of view no matter what you do or who you are is insignificant. It is not something you should blindly rely upon as it probably has little interest in you as an individual. Absolutism is a subject that pervades many of the band’s songs, as Tiavara strives to promote open-mindedness.”
The band fashion a blend of heavy yet melodic music with clean, powerful vocals, channeling influences from Lamb of God, Devil Driver, Godsmack, System of a Down, Slayer, and Bring me the Horizon.
The released their first EP Never Silent (2015) while touring throughout Russia, and the following year, the sextet dropped When Sheep Dream of Paradise. This past year, the group amped up their touring in preparation for the release of Delusional Tales of Grand Intentions.