There is a “Margin Of Error” as Meridian reveal “The Devil Inside Us All”

Denmark’s melodic heavy metal band Meridian has just released their third album “Margin Of Error” (cd, lp and digital) on March 22nd, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed “Breaking The Surface” from 2016. It’s the first full album made with guitarist and producer Marco Angioni, and it’s the first album written and recorded with a stable line-up, all sharing the same musical vision. It includes songs from the digital EP “The Fate Of Atlantis” released last year, including the single “Fragments Of A Life”

The official video for the opening track “The Devil Inside Us All” can be sen here:

Bassist Peter Bruun says: “The music was written back in 2017. We were jamming on other new song ideas, and at one point Martin just came up with the first riff out of the blue. It sounded cool right away, so everybody jumped at it. Ideas came flying left and right, and within about half an hour, we had the music done. It was one of those magical moments that you can’t plan, but happens once in a while. Afterwards Lars put a nice melody one top of it, and we had a song. Klaus wrote the words about fighting inner demons”.

Musically, “Margin Of Error” displays a varied landscape of melodic hardrock, hard hitting metal anthems and slowpaced heavy monsters. Songs with strong melodies and memorable choruses you can sing along to. It’s the most coherent and well crafted collection of songs from a band that’s better than ever. Meridian is heading out on the road in 2019 to support the album.

“Margin Of Error” was recorded at Death Island Studios. Produced, mixed and mastered by Marco Angioni.
Cover artwork and band photo by Lena Angioni.

Meridian:
Lars Märker – vocals
Martin J. Andersen – guitars
Marco Angioni – guitars
Peter Bruun – bass
Klaus Agerbo – drums

There is a “Margin Of Error” as Meridian reveal “The Devil Inside Us All”

March 24, 2019

"Margin Of Error" displays a varied landscape of melodic hardrock, hard hitting metal anthems and slowpaced heavy monsters. Songs with strong melodies and memorable choruses you can sing along to.

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