DEMATERIALIZE SIGN TO FAMINED RECORDS AND DROP DEBUT SINGLE EPHEMERAL.

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DEMATERIALIZE SIGN TO FAMINED RECORDS AND DROP DEBUT SINGLE EPHEMERAL.

 

 

 

 

Famined Records announces the signing of Illinois-based quartet DEMATERIALIZE to its roster.

 

Spanning from metalcore to djent and deathcore, the band of Craig Hoffman, Stephen Jinga, Jeremy Verbin and Bryce Tollner gives the world a taste of their output via their debut single EPHEMERAL out on October 26th, 2018.

 

 

 

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Longing for more? Dematerialize are releasing their self-titled EP on December 7th, 2018 via Famined Records. The EP was written over the course of the past 6 years and grew from a small side project unconstrained by geographical boundaries into a creative outlet that serves as a platform for Dematerialize to address topics they feel passionately about.

 

 

Ghost Killer Entertainment released an official video for Ephemeral, which is visually representing Dematerialize’s music via some amazing cinematography and light work, courtesy of Mr. Jeremy Garza. You can stream and watch it here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEMATERIALIZE. EPHEMERAL.

Track review

 

 

 

While being a brand new act in the heavy soundscape, Dematerialize start exposing the listener to a massive blast of energy, coming and firing on all cylinders with their debut single Ephemeral .

 

A slab of chuggy metal riffs drops into eerie, feint atmospheres combined with backdrop textures of hovering melody. The result is pretty spectacular.

 

 

Dematerialize’s virtuous guitar work is highlighted since the opening of this brand new track, which is an absolute killer intro driving though swirling leads and start and stop crunch riffing. From angsty metal and full noise the song melts into atmospheric electronic elements and vitreous keyboards. Twisting and turning across rhythmic pattern variations, Dematerialize conjures moments of headbanging and charming atmospheres.

 

A barrage of screamed vocals fluidly transitions from mid range growls to lows. By excluding cleans, it will meet the total pleasure of metalcore adepts.

 

 

Lyrically, Dematerialize discuss here the unsustainable relationship between our society’s modern day lifestyle and the natural environment in which we are supported by.

 

A very suitable listen for fans of Born Of Osiris, Knocked Loose and Veil Of Maya.

 

Keep an eye out for the band’s upcoming EP in December and pre-save their upcoming singles here: smarturl.it/presaveephemeral.

 

 

Rating: 10/10

 

 

 

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