STATE OF EMBER are here to stamp their mark over the whole of the UK. The ascending Brit hard-hitters are poised to rise with the release of their stunning sophomore EP, Broken Horizons, which arrives on Friday 11th January, 2019.
Prior to this, the hard rockers are currently streaming a new track, ‘Fear Of Falling’ which is lifted from the EP.
Coming at you from Worcestershire, and formed in 2016, STATE OF EMBER take their cues from Alter Bridge, Shinedown, and INME, stacking colossal riffs against soaring melodies to create a whirlwind sound that is immensely enthralling.
The Midlanders dropped their debut EP, Clouded Views, last Autumn. The release notched up strong support from BBC Introducing, as well as helping the band snag a Spotlight artist for the week on ReverbNation. More recently, STATE OF EMBER have just had their track, Denial, selected to feature on the video game, Wreckfest, which will be distributed worldwide. The trio have also recently supported Saving Abel and have delivered a host of live performances throughout the region. With the band’s live reputation flourishing, the three-some decided to turn their attention to releasing their next EP, Broken Horizons.
01 Time & Time 2:58
02 Fear of Falling 3:23
03 Made Up My Mind 3:41
04 Reasons 2:27
05 Wrong Turn 3:16
06 Beneath Our Dreams 3:32
Now fully complete, their new EP delivers on all fronts. Bursting with pounding drums, throbbing guitar lines and engaging hooks, the band have a beast of a record for your absorption. The EP packs six killer cuts highlighting the band’s growing diversity and songwriting prowess. Chris Tamburro (Vocalist/Guitarist) talks about the release: “Our first EP was a taster of things to come from us. Broken Horizons represents the energy and passion the band have been wanting to put across; we’re excited for everyone to hear it. Our sound is evolving constantly – and we’re finally getting closer to where we want to be!”. With shows in the pipeline to support the record, everything is now falling into place for these emerging hard rockers.