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New Heavy Sounds

Embr '1823'

£16.99

New Heavy Sounds

Embr '1823'

£16.99

Release Date: 19/06/2020

First vinyl pressing is. Limited to 500 copies in 2 colour blue and black cosmic swirl vinyl.

Full download included as well.

CD package is a 4 panel digipack, with a 4 page booklet.

Musically Embr's debut ‘1823’ could be categorized as ‘Doom’. However, it’s obvious that EMBR have range, drive and a desire to add to the genre, to broaden it whilst staying true to its core fundamentals.

Rest assured, the band have all the nuts and bolts in place. Mark Buchanan (guitar), Alan Light (bass) and Eric Bigelow (drums) keep everything tight and weighty. Massive drop-tuned guitars, chest rattling low end, pounding drums, fuzzy distortion, it’s all there. But they also add in synths, a bit of grunge and alt rock flavors.

The vocal talents of Crystal absolutely soar and strengthen the music. Her range, patterns and harmonies transport the band’s music skyward. Crystal adds soul and an air of melancholia to the musical creations. If a pointer were needed, think Mastodon meets Witch Mountain with epic sweeps and a shade of gothic drama.

The songs on 1823 are loud, brutally beautiful, aggressive, abrasive and at times atmospheric, uplifting and emotional.

Tracklisting:
Vinyl
Side A:
1. Prurient
2. Where I've Been
3. Stranger
4. Powder

Side B:
1. Eyes Like Knives
2. Your Burden
3. Vines

CD
1. Prurient
2. Where I've Been
3. Stranger
4. Powder
5. Eyes Like Knives
6. Your Burden
7. Vines