New EP “Symbiosis” To Be Released By Curse The Fall

Oklahoma City’s Curse The Fall will release the new EP “Symbiosis” on November 21st, through Final Legion Records. “Symbiosis” blends power, emotion, melody and skill into one stunning sonic structure. Check out the new song “Race” in the player at the bottom.

Curse The Fall formed in 2013, a gathering together of musicians who had cut their teeth in numerous local bands and shared the drive and ambition to take things to the next level; the desire to create music that would speak to metal fans around the globe with its passion and honesty. The debut album “Aphelion” was released on Final Legion Records in the summer of 2016 and the word began to spread. “Aphelion” merely hinted at what the band could achieve.

Now the hard work in the rehearsal room and on the stage has borne fruit; with the release of “Symbiosis” the world can really hear all that Curse The Fall has to offer. Mixed and mastered by Eric Greedy, who has previously worked with everyone from Fates Warning, Kingdom Come and Smashing Pumpkins to Body Count, Fu Manchu and Vince Neil, “Symbiosis” is the real deal in every respect.

The track listing for the EP is:

1. Symbiosis
2. Race
3. Seasons
4. Over Time
5. Dirt Road
6. Symbiont

Check out “Race” here:

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Aeurtum Issues Update On New EP "The Depths Of Which These Roots Do Bind"

Aeurtum has checked in with the following update about working on an upcoming new EP:

“Well, the name of the next EP has been settled. ‘The Depths of Which These Roots do Bind’ is well underway, with 4 of the 6 songs coming along at a relatively good pace. The track listing as it currently stands is:

Antithesis
A Cold Autumn Sun
Burrow
Shade Of A Behemoth
The Depth Of Which These Roots Do Bind
Frozen Into The Grain

“Artwork concepts are being drawn up and toyed with and everything is going down a much darker road, spiraling ever downward into an ebony and crimson leaved spiral of self pity, moaning and disgust in the most grandest of ways I can muster.

“This EP is heralding a much more doom/american black metal vibe than previously, which ‘The Fall’ merely hinted at with the two stand out tracks ‘Dissolved…’ and ‘Uttered,’ so in the hope of not sounding too cliché, ‘expect the unexpected’ and ‘Keep watching the skies folks’… or something like that…”

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