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Big thanks to Gotthardline who was actually the one who directed my ears to this band, but the time has come where I'm going to drop a thread for these guys as I think there needs to be one on this forum. To this day they've only released a five song EP, a cover song, two post-EP tunes, and as I understand it a brand new single that is to feature on their debut album. A couple of chaps in the modern music thread have checked them out, but if you dig modern rock I'd highly recommend checking them out, and maybe someone can share in my anticipation for the new album.

Can't sugarcoat if from my perspective. If anyone recalls my adoration for Cauterize (which stands to this very day), this is probably the best band (to my ears) that I have heard since Cauterize. Of the 8 original songs they're released so far, I don't just think all are good... I fucking love each one of them. I play Cauterize's discography and every single song they ever recorded is perfection to me. Of course I'm jinxing these guys now, but I get the exact same vibe from this band. I don't know if many people dig this kind of stuff, but this highly emotive soul-on-the-stage type of gear blows me away. Anyway, to each all their own, and this is purely my thoughts. But hoping they can get a couple of new fans as I think they're brilliant. 

And just reading that back, for anyone who actually liked Cauterize (which I think amounts to one, possibly two of y'all) these guys could not sound more different to Cauterize, musically. There's not musical similarity, other than that the singer bleeds his words rather than sings. On that point, though, a lot of people mentioned they didn't like the singer in Cauterize's voice (which I could understand if you're just looking at things at surface level) but this guy's voice is velvet. 

Anyway, here's the new song, which already gave my chills on listen #1-

This is another sensational song released since the EP-

This is a cover of a Linkin Park song which I readily admit I already liked a lot. This version, however (and call me biased) is a stunning rework-

Just actually found this one now... a tune also released after the debut EP and not (hopefully yet) belonging to an album-

And then we have their debut EP-


And a couple of tunes off this one-




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For the mountain of people hanging on every detail about this upcoming album, release date for the disc dropped today - 10th of December this year. 


Colour this guy excited, if no one else. 

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On 11/11/2021 at 3:03 PM, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I'll be keeping a look out for this. 

I honestly believe the small handful of people that do will be heavily rewarded. Hope I don't set myself up for a letdown, but anticipation is unparalleled for me. 

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