In the end, we all die anyway – for over 25 years, Katatonia have been considered the great masters of depression, that carve their nihilistic thoughts and most melancholic lyrics into the walls of the metal scene’s darkest corners. And with their tenth master ‘The Fall Of Hearts’ (Click Here To Read Our Review) they once again throw their listeners into a disturbing vortex full of soft melodies and incomparable Scandinavian sadness, that will prove to the world once more, how beautiful the feeling of pure despair can be.
Ahead of their first headline tour of Australia, Katatonia bassist Niklas Sandin caught up with Jake Patton from Metal Wani to discuss the tour, why it took so long for the band to headline shows in Australia and his fondness for Voyager. He also talks about the new album “The Fall Of Hearts”, playing in India again and Dubai for the first time in the new year. He also expresses why Katatonia is a band without Satanic elements and love to create ‘depressive’ rock music.
Stream The Interview Below: