ARCEYE Reveal At First Light Writing Process In New Video
June 5, 2013, 6 years ago
UK death thrashers ARCEYE have posted a new video titled 'Since The Divide' detailing the writing process of their upcoming sophomore album At First Light. 'Since The Divide' brings you behind the curtain and reveals Arceye in more intimate settings compared to where we usually see the band, on stage spreading destruction. The video takes you to places such as their rehearsal space jamming out new ideas. The video also shows footage of demo tracking as well as live footage and the band generally having fun.
Earlier the band unveiled the first details of At First Light. The album will be released worldwide on August 7th via Hostile Media.
Commenting on the album the band said: “This album we feel we have really trimmed the fat on our songwriting and made it the best it could be! If we didn’t think that it kicked ass it didn’t make the cut! We also stepped up the production value and worked with Scott Atkins (SYLOSIS, CRADLE OF FILTH, AMON AMARTH, GAMMA BOMB) on the mix and master. The Meaning of ‘At First Light’ is a representation of where we felt we were as a band when we were writing the album. Since our last release we have gained two new members, both with a writing influence and we’ve developed more of a vision of the music we wanted to play.”
At First Light is the follow up to Arceye’s debut album The Divide Between Chaos & Order.“The album artwork, title and first track tie in together as we wanted this to be our opening statement, with the theme running through the album. The idea behind the name/artwork is that the wolf climbing the mountain is always hungrier than the wolf on top. We feel we have gone through a rebirth as a band and this album is all about the climb to get us on to the next run of the ladder. Our Drummer Craig Mackay did all of the artwork for the album including painting the front cover and all the band portraits in the booklet.”
At First Light tracklisting:
‘At First Light’
‘The Longest Drive’
‘I Silently Wait’