Lullwater is another rising star I have discovered through Metalhead Community Blog submissions about two weeks ago with this very song; Empty Chamber, off from their full-length Voodoo album, which was released in 2019. As you might remember from some of my previous articles that I am listening to tons of new music every single day. There are some songs that make you feel that magical feeling somehow. It’s hard to explain it, something energetically or spiritually gets under your skin. Empty Chamber is certainly one of those magical songs.
First of all, the music video is brilliant. It is not all about where or how you film the video, the same logic goes everywhere my friends, it is all about the energy. As you can see on Lullwater’s amazing video, the guys are killing it in the studio and the listener feels that. This is what it’s all about, feeling each other, isn’t it?. Empty Chamber is a marvelous song without a doubt. In my opinion, it is making a huge difference with its vibe and energy. Every time I listen to this song, I think of Dave Grohl. Apparently, these gents are influenced by him and Foo Fighters, which is absolutely normal. There’s nothing negative or too much about it, no worries. The music energetically has Dave’s dynamics. However, Lullwater isn’t faking any single second of it. Watching this video while listening to this song is a brilliant experience. Truly. The ideas in the composition are not that authentic but not that standard at the same time. The vocalist is talented and he performed very well as well. Briefly, this is a very successful piece of work. Hands down. I am well-impressed by their great song, their potentials, energy and also how they have managed everything.