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Album Review: Apherium – Embrace The Fall That Brought Us Here

South West rockers Apherium bring us their latest offering ‘Embrace The Fall That Brought Us Here’. While the title may be a mouthful, it’ll be one you’re glad to hear. Their opening track Embrace is catchy, energetic and fun, a song that would get any live crowd moving instantly. With strong vocals and a whole bunch of unique guitar riffs it’s easily my favourite song off the EP. Already having featured on Kerrang! Radio and Scuzz, its popularity has proven itself. It sets the tone and opens up your ears for the second track, Ever Present. Combining elements of good ol’ rock and hardcore, they present themselves as well formed band who have really found their sound. Lyrically and melodically this EP is a breath of fresh air in a world of repetition and recycled choruses. The final track Resolve brings the EP to a tight close, giving the feel that this has been a well refined creation, ready to break the mould of all new and upcoming bands.

For fans of: The Used, You Me At Six, Funeral For A Friend and Attention Thieves.

Available to stream now
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Available from February 29th via iTunes, Google Play and Bandcamp.


Score - 8



A breath of fresh air and a real treat to the ears. Something different from my usual musical endeavors and I was certainly not disappointed! These are going on my 'bands to watch of 2016' list.

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23 year old photographer, film maker and occasional writer from Newcastle, UK. Often found at punk rock shows. See you in the pit!

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