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New Heavy Sounds

Embr '1021 EP' CD

£4.99

New Heavy Sounds

Embr '1021 EP' CD

£4.99

Release Date: 03/09/2021

Birmingham, Alabama 4 piece EMBR are set to release a 3 song EP called “1021”. The EP title alludes to the fact that, this release is the second in the New Heavy Sounds 10th Anniversary CD EP series.

‘1021’ follows on the heels of their critically acclaimed full-length “1823”. It also falls in line with the 2-year anniversary of the drummer Erik’s kidney transplant.

EMBR deliver 3 brand new songs, each of which push the template set up by the album. These compositions chronicle love, devastation, disappointment, forgiveness and anger, and once again musically EMBR are in top form, broadening their horizons bringing a faster pace and tougher execution to their sound. 

“1021” shows the band continuing to develop and grow, the crushing heaviness and haunting vocals that marked their album are there and they have added a faster pace and tougher execution to their sound add to that some memorable hooks that will sink in your jaw and you have an enticing journey ahead of you. 

In fact ‘1021’ hits like Jason Voorhees on a rampage and doesn’t let up until the end of the 15 minute run time.

The EP was recorded and mixed by Matt Washburn at Ledbelly Sound in Dawsonville Ga. and mastered at Soulfire Sounds in Birmingham, Alabama.  

Alongside this the band have created a video for each song, filmed during the studio sessions and these will form part of the release with the EP.

As with all the NHS 10th Anniversary series, the CD is a very limited edition of 150 only, and is housed in a bespoke die cut, New Heavy Sounds house style cd digipack. It will be available by mail order only.

‘1021’ is scheduled for release on September 3rd 2021.