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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Unleash The Archers - "Abyss" [Metal & X-Core]

Abyss

"Abyss" music video by Unleash The Archers
Added: 18-06-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : UNLEASH THE ARCHERS - Abyss (Official Video) | Napalm Records

Pre-order "Abyss" & listen to the title track here: https://ift.tt/2ANlJrs

out August 21st

Frontwoman Brittney Slayes says about "Abyss":
"This track set the tone for the whole record; conceptually, lyrically, musically, it all started here. Andy came up with the opening riff back when we were writing Apex, but I knew right away it didn't belong on that record. When we finally started writing Abyss in 2019, this was the first song we wrote and it was the first song I listened to when the record was done. It symbolizes five years of hard work for us, and I think it does a great job of putting the listener in the right place emotionally to start the record. It hints at what the rest of the album is all about, but also doesn't give it all away, not by a long shot!"


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A Canadian heavy metal outfit based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Unleash the Archers deliver a lethal fusion of melodically charged death, thrash, and power metal that invokes names like the Agonist, Blind Guardian, and Kobra & the Lotus. Founded in 2007 and fronted by powerhouse vocalist Brittney Hayes, the quintet also features the talents of Scott Buchanan, Grant Truesdell, Andrew Kingsley, and Nikko Whitworth. Unleash the Archers released their full-length debut, Behold the Devastation, independently in 2009. The group turned heads in 2011 with the science fiction-themed concept LP Demons of the Astrowaste, which they quickly followed up with a three-song EP, Defy the Skies, in 2012. Three years later the band inked a deal with Napalm Records and released their third studio long-player, Time Stands Still. Apex, also released via Napalm, followed in 2017.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Unleash The Archers

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