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Group from São Paulo, which follows a visual/aesthetic concept based on Egyptian gods, presents the EP “Rise of the Gods” – Credit: Belmilson Santos

Formed by Oblivium “Toth” (guitar), Demmora “Anubis” (vocals), Atef “Sobek” (bass) and Sekimesh “Hórus” (drums), the São Paulo band Toth follows a visual/aesthetic concept based on Egyptian gods and the wearing masks makes reference to the gods Toth, Sobek, Anubis and Horus. Each member personifies a respective entity and theatricality is a fundamental part of Toth, who now presents the debut EP, “Rise of the Gods”, and the music video for the track “Left in the Dark”. “Toth is the Egyptian god of wisdom, who is the great compass to guide us in the labyrinths of life. Being Toth is being in direct contact with each deep feeling and knowing how to understand it. you to the surface. Above all, being Toth is knowing that you are not alone and don’t have to go through hell without help”, explains Murilo Otero (Oblivium). “Our message is simple: Whatever your difficulty, you are not alone. We are all together for something much bigger”, adds the guitarist.

Check out the clip for “Left in the Dark”, directed by Maycon Avelino (Starship Videos), at https:/ /

“Left In The Dark”, one of the first compositions created by the guitarist Oblivium, has a special participation of the Brazilian rapper based in Australia, Ntres. “The lyrics of ‘Left In The Dark’ deal with the feeling of losing a loved one through a brutal crime, going through the stages of grief: sadness, anger, hopelessness until acceptance. The music accompanies the lyrics at each stage and goes constantly changing the atmosphere. This song is very special to me and I believe it is the most intense of our first EP”, says Oblivium. “Musically, Toth seeks to unite the weight and virtuosity of metal, the dynamism of electronic music to new trends and styles. For us, music is an immortal goddess that transcends generations since the beginning of time. adapts to the trends of each season”, he adds.

For drummer Caio Gaona (Sekimesh “Horus”), being part of Toth, who made their stage debut in October 2021, has been a unique experience. “I remember that the first time I put on the costume was something emotional, because I felt like a superhero. This is the most important authorial release I’ve ever done with a band.”

“Rise of the Gods”, produced by Oblivium, Demmora and Marcelo Santanna, was recorded at Loud Factory and Orra Meu Studios and mixed by Adair Daufembach (Project46, Tony MacAlpine, Hibria, Hangar and others). Check out the EP repertoire, available on all streaming platforms through Himawari Records:

1 – Intro
2 – Иeverland
3 – iFake
4 – Left In The Dark
5 – Fading

Listen to the EP on streaming platforms: of-the-gods


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The group’s second single, successor to “Neverland”, “Fading” came out on 07/15, but it is a composition developed a few years ago and “saved for the right time”, words by Murilo Toth “Oblivium” himself. Among the themes portrayed is depression and the guitarist’s goal was to get closer to those who went through similar situations. The title alludes precisely to how those affected by the disease feel: disappearing.

About the song and Caio Gaona’s reinforcement, since last month as drummer, Murilo analyzes: “The band is experiencing a moment of transition and renewal, seeking to update itself to embrace a post-pandemic moment and support people through of music, which is something that connects us universally”.

Follow Toth on social media:
IG: @theofficialtoth

And follow:
Oblivium “Toth” – Murilo Lara: @mumumetal
Demmora “Anubis” – Artur Wilson: @tuuhwilson
Atef “Sobek” – André Malagrino: @malagrinoo
Sekimesh “Horus” – Caio Gaona: @caiogaonadrums

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Based on the union of concept, image and music, the São Paulo quartet Toth makes his debut with the music video for the single “Neverland”. “It’s an extremely important song because it’s Toth’s ‘business card’, it’s a song surrounded by heavy and modern arrangements, as we are concerned about sounding current, without losing the essence of rock / metal, we put electronic beats, riffs striking, solo, and ‘Neverland’ sums up our musical personality well, “explains vocalist Demmoha.

The lyrics to “Neverland” deal with the transition from young to early adulthood. “It is the stage where responsibilities begin to weigh down and the time to do what we like becomes smaller. In modern times, many people are experiencing a great deal of difficulty in this transition, so I make analogies with the Peter Pan story, the “It’s a reflection of my soul and basically it’s me saying that I’ve been through it and I identify with the people who are living in those moments.These are very personal lyrics,” reveals guitarist Dr Oblivium.
The clip, directed by Júlio César Dalecio, portrays the saudosismo of a childhood. “The video, in which the actor is a pupil of my battery, Yan Zahran, tries to make that innocence, in a way, never disappear,” says Dr. Oblivium, who, in addition to the guitar, also teaches drums.
“Neverland”, which will be included in the EP “Rise of the Gods”, scheduled to be released in August, was recorded at Loud Factory (SP), produced by vocalist Demmoha, guitarist Dr. Oblivium and producers Wagner Meirinho and Tiago Assolini. Already the electronic arrangements were on behalf of Marcelo Santanna, Aquahertz.
Created in early 2018, Toth follows a visual / aesthetic concept based on Egyptian gods. Theatricality is a fundamental part of the band, and the use of masks refers to four gods: Toth, Sobek, Anubis and Horus, “reports bassist Atef. “Toth is the Egyptian god of wisdom, who is the great compass to guide us in the mazes of life.Toth is to be in direct contact with every deep feeling and to know how to understand it.It is to get in touch with our hidden alterego, Above all, to be Toth is to know that you are not alone and you do not have to go through hell without help, “concludes Dr. Oblivium.