Every Hour Kills Juxtapose Angular Heaviness With Soaring Melody On “Euclidian”

Every Hour Kills Juxtapose Angular Heaviness With Soaring Melody On “Euclidian”

Every Hour Kills, from Calgary, Canada, has a reputation for putting out solid, immersive EPs and creatively artistic music videos. Their latest work “Vacua” is expanding on their trademark sound, albeit it’s a twisted, heavier version than what fans have got used to over the years. This new release will see a new vocalist in the form of Jei Doublerice (Abiogenesis, Despite Exile, Sensory Amusia) and with his inclusion; EHK does away with a lot of the melody and clean vocals, swapping them for brutal breakdowns and turbulent vocals. The initial glimpse into this new form is through the single “Euclidian”. Continuă să citești Every Hour Kills Juxtapose Angular Heaviness With Soaring Melody On “Euclidian”

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