Genre: Melodic Deathcore
Location: Southern Illinois
Believe it or not, “To The Wolves” was my first listen of the band. I recall stumbling upon “The All Seeing” and it comes as surprise that it slipped my mind. I listen to a variety of bands almost every day through out most of my days. I don’t know why I never came across this band, they are more than worth listening to, and knowing I have not heard of this band before kind of upsets me. It shows me how much is still out there. Now what this band brings to the table is a variety of influences. One melody, to the other, then off to a breakdown, and what do you know.. clean singing!
This band is far from promising. Each song has its own feeling and brings you in for a treat. With Seth’s high screeches and low gutturals it makes the music much more rapturous. The instrumentals are extremely powerful themselves, but also has that touch of melodic in the sound. I can agree with adding cleans, because it not only shakes up the song and mood a bit, but it also brings new ideas/material to the table for other upcoming bands. Cleans are not my thing but there is just something about Seth’s voice that interests me.
The band has announced the album title which is “Alpha/Omega” and will consist of eleven tracks, including “The All Seeing” and “To The Wolves”. The band is going into Threshold Studios in Indianapolis the 29th through the 1st to wrap things up. Keep an eye out and stay updated for the release!