Alternative metal act & composer JERA presents an epic & emotive build-up through electronic progressions & conceptual intrigue for this latest release.
You quickly realise the sheer passion, precision & alternative, uninhibited creative freedom that has crafted this album.
Effectively screaming out on behalf of lostness within oneself and The Dark Bedroom as a literal space, the single reintroduces Blind Season in a bold and powerful way.
Featuring pristine production alongside heavy & melodic rock united, Rush has the presentation of an industry hit, and the song-writing strength, passion & multi-layered immersion of an alternative anthem for the masses.
The music is all at once joyful & disconcerting – a fascinating trait that seems to appear intermittently throughout much of this project.
In true artistic fashion, this cover doesn’t simply copy the musical elements of the song, but rather – adopts the central emotion and intention of it, and applies that to a fresh perspective & style.
“Until we get tired of meaningless lyrics with beats that make you go deaf, our genre won’t be that popular.”
The band operate somewhere between the likes of Bad Religion & Papa Roach, but there’s a notably emotive, soulful core to their writing, and the sound has its own clear level of character.
Fresh from the dawn of punk and classic rock & roll, yet soulfully doused in a heavy hit of contemporary indie & the raw sound of Philadelphia…
Explosive guitar-work & heavy distortion meet with stylish riffs and a likeable level of space – conceptually & stylistically – as ARRAYS’ brand new album LIGHT YEARS pours into the room.
STONE have a bold way with structuring their songs, creating dramatic realms around listeners – prompting strong interest in a live show, whilst injecting a much-needed level of escapism into the room.
Stylishly blending a clear love for the live scene and process as much so as for writing original, interesting songs, Fracture Lines impress increasingly throughout this new single.