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GrayWeather Blur The Vulnerable And The Needy On Their Thought-Provoking Release “Parasite”

How do you truly know when it’s okay to ask for help?

Deep within the magical place where music and emotion intertwine, GrayWeather slumbered, then awoke.

Created from the sparks of the memories of a dear friend and bandmate, GrayWeather is as much an entity of itself as it is a touching tribute to the people who made the journey possible. With the release of their debut EP, “The Soma Collective,” on the near horizon, the future looks exceedingly bright, and there’s no telling what the limit to their vast potential could be.

Part of GrayWeather’s charm is its unwillingness to shy away from complex topics. GrayWeather’s poignant commentary on mental health struggles and the burden of silence is always mirrored in their music and visuals.

It should come as no surprise then that their upcoming “The Soma Collective” EP delves into the depths of relatable emotions and the intricacies of life and emotion. There’s a lot to unpack, but when the music is this good, you get lost in the release itself, which is no biggie.

Powerful and striking are the first words that come to mind as GrayWeather’s latest release, “Parasite,” begins. Accompanied by a music video shot in all red light, you know what you’re in for as soon as the video and sound begin, with the entire release seemingly humming with an unextinguishable power.

A metal release through and through, at the center of the “Parasite,” is an interesting paradox; when it comes to having the wisdom of asking for help vs. the folly of over-burdening others with our problems, where does the line lie?

GrayWeather’s latest release, “Parasite,” is a robust metal offering that poses challenging yet thought-provoking questions about self-reliance and personal relationships. Whenever you’re ready, tap in and stream GrayWeather’s latest release, “Parasite,” on all major streaming platforms.


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