Hard-rock / stoner-inspired post hardcore punk band SEDITIUS are proud to unveil a brand new song “Further/Forever”, off their upcoming record “Misplaced”, due out March 11th, 2013. It will be available as a free download, so please check it out on the next Wednesday!
I leave the introduction of the band and their brand new work in the capable hands of SEDITIUS themselves. Press the play button and scroll down to read their exclusive commentary!
In the last twelve months we spent a lot of days in the van driving countless miles through ten different countries in this place called Europe.
Writing songs and recording albums is amazing, but, for us, our stinking van and these endless highways in the middle of nowhere are still the best part… and as soon as you start to tour you discover how this practice can be addictive.
This song is about keep on moving, it doesn’t matter where you’re from or where you go. It doesn’t matter what is the goal you want to reach… keep on moving is what makes the difference between being “alive” and being “dead”.
I’d like to quote one of my favorite book on this topic: “That’s what I’m talking about, you see? The impossibility of stopping. It isn’t right. It never is. We should have made other choices, a long time ago, it’s too late now. Curiosity, that insolent, stubborn curiosity to know how the story is going to end, how life will end. It’s about that and nothing else. It’s never a question of profit alone that leads us around the world, it’s never only hope, war… or women. It’s something else. Something that neither you nor I will ever be able to describe, but which we know very well. Even now, even at a point when you seem too far removed from things, the desire to know the ending is still within you. The desire to see some more.” (taken from Q, written by Luther Blisset collective.)
This song is the last song from our upcoming record Misplaced which will be released on free download next Monday (3.11.2013) via our diy label. For further infos check www.rancorerecords.bandcamp.com and www.rancore.it.