Draemora, hailing from Seattle, USA has a second single coming out in support of their upcoming full-length “Death Rectangle”, and they are inviting core lovers worldwide to indulge themselves with the title track now streaming on YouTube:
From the beginning, Draemora knew this song was a single, complete with catchy riffs, pounding drums, and an easy to pick up chorus that will surely be chanted at live shows. The band is really finding their sound with this release; their chemistry is apparent and undoubtedly only going to improve from here. They explain the track in their own words:
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“This song is one of the heaviest songs on the album and somehow is still catchy. It has an infectious rhythm to it that just makes you feel like chugging a Monster and punching the shit out of a bunch of drywall (please resist the urge to hurt your mom’s drywall, Kyle). This one was so obviously a single from the time it was just drums and a guitar part in our demo folder, once it had these lyrics and a bangin’ ass mix it just put a big smile on all our faces. Hope you enjoy it.”
The single, along with the rest of the album was lyrically created so that each and every listener can easily imprint their own lives into them. While they all have deep meaning for the band, there are no specific references, so fans can make them into whatever they want them to be. Overall, the album is dark and heavy sounding, a reflection on the general state of the world during the writing and recording process.
Draemora is comprised of seasoned musicians who wanted to take a new musical path and go the distance into creating a sound that is intricate, catchy, and massive. They are suggested listening for those with an interest in Whitechapel, Periphery, and Architects.
The full album “Death Rectangle” comes out on June 18, 2021.
CD pre-order here.
Digital pre-save here.
In additional news, Draemora will also be hitting the road in July and August for support dates with Hed PE.
Tour Dates: Draemora w/ Hed PE
July 23 – Backstage Bar & Billiards – Las Vegas NV
July 24 – Liquid Joe’s – Salt Lake City, UT
July 25 – Mesa Theatre – Grand Junction, CO
July 27 – Herman’s Hideaway – Denver, CO
July 28 – The Royal Grove – Lincoln, NE
July 29 – The Back Bar – Janesville, WI
July 30 – The Forge – Joliet, IL
July 31 – Diesel Concert Lounge – Chesterfield, MI
August 1 – Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI
August 3 – Red Flag (prev. Fubar) – St Louis, MO
August 4 – Club 1175 – Kansasville, WI
August 5 – Hobart Art Theatre – Hobart, IN
August 6 – Rockstar Lounge – Ft. Wayne, IN
1. The Cleansing (6:06)
2. Slaves Until Death (4:44)
3. Death Rectangle (4:19)
4. Requiem (3:23)
5. What You’ve Become (5:00)
6. Gouge Out My Eyes (3:57)
7. Blood Moon (3:34)
8. Screaming Into the Void (3:56)
9. Metacognitive (4:08)
10. Victorious (3:36)
Album Length: 43:18
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“Draemora’s new EP Awakening is a 17 minute melodic death metal piece with more twists and turns than your average M. Night Shyamalan movie. This is a band that doesn’t stick to the tradition melo-death sounds, instead looking to incorporate some clean singing, some progressive sections and some experimental sounds… This is an EP that incorporates many different sounds, but doesn’t have any filler… A very unique debut release from Draemora.” – Metal Injection (Review Awakening EP 2020)
“‘Guilt’ features the band’s penchant for mixing their brutal modern metal with glorious rock melodies! Think of a sound that meshes Gojira, Alien Weaponry, Faith No More, and the more recent era of Lamb of God, and you might begin to understand the group!” – Ghost Cult Mag (Review Awakening EP 2020)
“In this playthrough of their song “Guilt” we see Terry from Draemora ripping away with his Fender Telecaster. His tele is loaded with a single EMG 57 and he’s boosting that guy with an Ibanez TS9 going directly into his Mesa. The deadly tone of the 2-channel and a heavy rhythm hand are such a great combo.” – Gear Gods (Review Awakening EP 2020)
“A haunting, eerie melody opens “Home” with the an Allegaeon esq melodic moment before some DJent infused riffage takes hold and Wood delivers the kind of unclean vocals that leave you with 3rd degree burns on the inside of your throat. Jenkins interjects with a pair of clean sung verses over some almost Grungy Metalcore and you have a track with perhaps a trio of different styles in a single offering that works because of the cognitive tissue of the narrative.” – Metal Noise (Review Awakening EP 2020)
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