Dark Melodic Metallers DEATHWHITE have posted a promo video for the song “When I (Wasn’t) You,” off their forthcoming debut EP, Ethereal.
Ethereal was recorded in the spring of 2014 with producer/engineer Matt Very at Very Tight Studios. An additional song, “A Burden to Carry,” is also included, having been recorded in the fall of 2013 during a separate studio session. The EP is set for a July 1 release.
Check out “When I (Wasn’t) You” at this location.
Formed in 2012 from several holdovers of well-established extreme metal bands, DEATHWHITE was created as means to explore new avenues for its members. In turn, the band’s sound is heavily influenced by KATATONIA, mid-90’s PARADISE LOST, ALCEST, and early ANATHEMA, creating a dark, melodic metal landscape without boundaries. The thread of melody, darkness, and memorable songwriting is the primary aim of DEATHWHITE, with lyrics exploring the pitfalls of existence, and organized religion.
When I (Wasn’t) You
Give Up the Ghost
Feeding the Illusion
A Burden to Carry