The Italian metalcore outfit drops a new video for the first single of their Burning Season EP cycle. “Foxland” marries grace and power on the heavy and atmospheric offering.

The hills of Bergamo in Northern Italy are a powerful setting to be enveloped by the beauty and power of nature. Waves in Autumn explore the corrosive effect of humankind on both the planet and each other, presenting vivid and expressive storytelling against the backdrop of scintilating riffs and skullcrushing breakdowns.

Having earned over half a million streams with their body of work so far, Waves in Autumn are far from a hidden gem. The band's thought-provoking and potent brand of modern hardcore is parlayed with immersive melodies, for a soundscape dripping with atmosphere and intrigue.

2022 EP Totem, a savage study of human nature and our stewardship over the planet, was an ambitious and highly engaging juxtaposition of heavy and melodic. The Italian quintet are unapologetic in their exploration of truth and betterment, but are looking to become agents of change, rather than merely naysayers or prophets of doom.

New single "Foxland" presents a thrilling blend of technique and storytelling, with Waves of Autumn's riveting riffs and soaring injections of melody magnifying a narrative that bears both caution and optimism. Mixed and mastered by Lance Prenc (Polaris, Alpha Wolf, Thornhill), the new track announces the beginning of the Burning Season cycle, one that is set to project Waves of Autumn into the hearts and minds of heavy fans globally.

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