Female fronted gothic rock act Everlust signed a deal with Wormholedeath for the release of their new album called “Diary Of Existence”.
The album will be like a discussion of existential problems – about a person’s struggle with himself, about the fear of being misunderstood, about love and loneliness. Each song from the album is like a separate diary entry…
Everlust is a gothic rock / melodic metal band from Riga, Latvia. They music can be described as melancholic and romantic. They sing about love, passion, heartbreak, misery, death. Besides, they are the only active gothic band left in Baltics at the moment with strong influence from bands like Draconian, Theatre of Tragedy, Charon, Paradise Lost, Sentenced, Lacuna Coil, Trees Of Eternity and more.
Idea of founding a band came to Vlad in 2006 and the name Everlust was chosen as the most precise reflection of his musical taste and influences, like love, lust, passion, relationships, failure, loneliness, misery, life, death, hope… After several unsuccessful tries to form a band, he finally records and releases himself “Unreal” demo in late 2007 (7 original compositions + cover of Depeche Mode – In Your Room). Then followed inactive period and another try in 2013 which was successful. The band was formed and started to rehearse. After several changes in line up, Everlust makes first public appearance at Studentu folkfestivals in 2014. Then there were various local concerts in Latvia. The band performed acoustic concerts in various bars and took part in some festivals. The band has won “Best band” award in 2015 at “A music factory – Nice place” hosted venue, “Rock’n’roll award” at “Osvalds 2015” festival. In 2016 Everlust starts recording their first album and continues public performances around Latvia. 2017 states their first visit abroad to gig in Lithuania and release of their first full-length album “Hurts to Live”(9 original compositions + cover of Roxette – I’m Sorry and a Bonus track – acoustic cover of Nick Cave & Kylie Minogue – Where The Wild Roses Grow). 2018 follows with work on new material and making first music videos of Undead and a new song titled “Woman in White”. It also brings some difficulties, as Natalia decides to leave Everlust after 4 years. Then new frontlady Kate Brown joins the band and the new era is coming up. 2019 starts with another line-up change as Slava leaves Everlust to concentrate more on his designing projects. Shortly Pavel fills the empty slot and the band is ready for another concert season as well as working on new songs, music video and new album. 2020 starts with Everlust signing the agreement with Wormholedeath record company.