DEMATERIALIZE UNLEASH HAUNTING NEW SINGLE “DOOM”.
DEMATERIALIZE. If you’re a fan of heavy-atmospheric chemistry into metalcore look no further.
After debuting with label Famined Records and unleashing single EPHEMERAL on October 26th 2018, DEMATERIALIZE are dropping a new track called DOOM to show another side of the coin: creepiness.
Arising from metalcore, djent and deathcore soundscapes, the Illinois-quartet has crafted a unique sound exposing the listener to densely layered music putting together thunderous chugging riffs and mysterious atmospheres. With their first killer single EPHEMERAL, the band played full-blast. A virtuous guitar work leaning towards progressive has been combined with keyboards and charming electronic elements. It’s an hypnotic track that captures and holds the listener’s attention. Single was released together with a psychedelic video via Ghost Killer Entertainment. You can watch it here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=m714T7K9uKA.
EPHEMERAL and new track DOOM both belong to the band’s forthcoming self-titled EP due out on December 7th, 2018 via Famined Records.
We had the chance to have a chat with DEMATERIALIZE to explore their releases, together with discussing their upcoming EP. Our nterview and reviews are available at: www.sickandsound.it/category/emerging/dematerialize.
A CREEPY SONG TO KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT.
We’re catching up with the band of Craig Hoffman, Stephen Jinga, Jeremy Verbin and Bryce Tollner on new single DOOM, released on November 16th, 2018 via Famined Records.
Here, Dematerialize paint another shade of their music by crafting haunting atmospheres.
It’s a spooky and sinister song especially on the chords shutting out any kind of melody and fully supporting raw emotions and dark textures. The single discusses the nuances of modern day life and touches on some of the dystopian aspects we see in society.
The entire song does an excellent job of setting up the creepy atmosphere since its horror chimes opening. The eldritch intro creates an effective climax and build up to allow heaviness to be introduced. A crunch guitar gradually takes over together with ominous harsh vocals spanning from mid to low range growls.
Rhythmic pattern is dynamic. While generally marching at a moderate pace, it also evolves into some frantic drumming and blast beats around the 1,22 minute mark. It slows down and picks up the pace throughout the whole song. Pounding drumming is jointed to intense bass lines, creating the right depth in the pitch dark. The track slowly builds down and fades away leaving behind a floating feeling of anxious suspense.
Listen to Dematerialize – Doom:
We will definitely keep an eye out for the band’s upcoming EP and highly suggest to give it spin if you’re looking for dark lyrics and spine-chilling metalcore.
Singles can be pre-saved here: dematerialize.lnk.to/demat.
DEMATERIALIZE – DEMATERIALIZED EP tracklist:
3. The Insomniac
4. Primordial (feat. Ryan Wilmot)
5. The Behavioral Sink
For all reviews and articles available on DEMATERIALIZE band on SICK AND SOUND please check out:
For all reviews available on SICK AND SOUND for new albums, please check out:
For all concerts reviews available on SICK AND SOUND please check out:
For all interviews available on SICK AND SOUND please check out: