INAEONA

FORCE RISE THE SUN (PROSTHETIC RECORDS)

INAEONA - FORCE RISE THE SUN 86426
Format:
1 LPD
Release:
21.08.2015
Label:
PROSTHETIC RECORDS
Genre:
Metal
Kat.-Nr.:
86426
Barcode:
0656191022217
"Force Rise The Sun" - the soaring label debut from Boston trio InAeona. US alternative portal loody Disgusting' described the band as having "the bombastic theatricality of Muse with the vastness of Russian Circles gently mixed with the ferocity of Helms Alee".

An epic album of dynamic, driving ost-metal' with flourishes of industrial electronics and vast gothic splendour.

Descending from a spark of light comes the spellbinding trio InAeona, whose sound combines heartfelt melodies, emotionally stirring post-metal and spacey, industrial undertones.

Consisting of female vocalist/guitarist Bridge, bassist Dave and drummer James, the Boston-based trio will release their Prosthetic debut "Force Rise the Sun" worldwide on Aug.

7. Outburn Magazine says in its 10/10 review that orce Rise The Sun "combines the mysterious energies of post-rock / metal, powerful industrial surges and an unsettling yet somehow inspiring dissonance".

Combining their shared passions for music and creativity, the trio first began making waves locally with concerts featuring an elaborate light show that accented their haunting tones and gave audiences unique and intense live experiences.

The trio soon hit the road on a self-booked tour, playing anywhere and everywhere possible while showcasing their debut EP "Blue Sky All Day," which featured artwork from longtime friend, Junius guitarist Michael Repasch-Nieves.

The band has recently shared the stages with Junius, So Hideous, He Whose Ox Is Gored, and Author and Punisher, to name a few.

orce Rise The Sun' sees the band's creativity rise to new heights with a major US Summer to be announced over the coming weeks
 
  • Tracklisting
  • 1.1. BRIGHT BLACK
  • 1.2. LEADER
  • 1.3. SUN MOON
  • 1.4. GHOSTS
  • 1.5. SOLDIER
  • 1.6. EMPTY NOW
  • 1.7. NEVER FOREVER
  • 1.8. A WAYS AWAY
  • 1.9. SKYWATCHER