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Goya Premiere Debut Music Video ‘Venenatus’

GoyaHailing from Stoke on Trent UK, Goya is a new post-rock/progressive rock group who have been impressing live audiences with their “must listen to” instrumental debut ep ‘Kathmandu’ and now they’ve released their awesome first music video; the mighty ‘Venenatus’.

Watch the new music video above.

Captured on film by video producers Zeneration X, ‘Venenatus’ is epic and adventurous and delivers a kaleidoscope of musical influences from Goya whilst making the track their own. Goya don’t hold back on this, their “pièce de résistance” (to date)…, it is ‘Absolute Music’.

“We wanted to create a piece that went through various movements”, explains guitarist Jase Kester, “You’ve got a pseudo-classical intro, Sabbath-esque doom riffs, an up-tempo moment, a section of pure feedback, and an acoustic outro that we improvised live during the recording session. It wraps up everything that is Goya on our musical journey so far.”

Goya’s debut ep ‘Kathmandu’ is released 8th December 2017.

Praise for Goya:

“Goya’s music is a bit different… get lost in it… it’s a good trip!”  – Powerplay Magazine

“Amongst a constant tsunami of music submissions, from time to time one or two really do make you sit up and listen intently to every note, beat, sound. Goya is one such band that did for us exactly that. Their talent and musicianship is unquestionable, all making for a listening experience of real joy.” – Real Rock Show

“Goya paint musical landscapes which are as dramatic as they are unpredictable. This debut offering never dropped my attention once… If this is the future of progressive rock, I could certainly be turned.” – Get Ready To Rock

“‘Kathmandu’ never feels pretentious but only ambitious” – Glacially Musical

“It’s a listening experience that will see you finding new & exciting elements every time you hear it. Mesmerising!” – GBHBL

More information on Goya can be found here.

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