INHERIT THE STARS

The name “Inherit The Stars” encompasses everything the band believes in. Fascinated by Space and the world we live in, the messages in the band’s songs range from the problems in the way our world is run and the way we run ourselves, to the wonderment of our existence and our place in the universe.

Now, offering a mere taste of things to come from their forthcoming EP, Sheffield’s alternative/metal-core outfit announce the arrival of a new video stream for their track ‘On Our Own’:

Taken from their new EP ‘Beyond The Beacons’ ( set for release on the 8th Dec 2014) this sets the scene for a whole new chapter in the history of Inherit The Stars.

Produced by the bands long-term collaborator Jim Pinder at UK’s Treehouse Studios this is an amalgamation of metal, pop punk, electronica and post-hardcore that takes things an extra step further.

Inherit the Stars - Vocals (by Daniel Jeffery) are incredibly desperate ...  a fine balance between unbridled emotion and elegant production...

Inherit the Stars – Vocals (by Daniel Jeffery) are incredibly desperate … a fine balance between unbridled emotion and elegant production…

Our Scriba Pontificus had a listen:

Starting out like a magnesium flare – this lavishly and spontaneously erupts into something powerful and intensely rich. Vocals (by Daniel Jeffery) are incredibly desperate – never uncontrolled – so it is a fine balance between unbridled emotion and elegant production.

Guitars (Theo Egginton and Chris Brayshaw) produce their own bluish white metal heat. This track is a thing of great beauty and of undoubted quality.

@neilmach © 2014

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