DARK WATERS END Streaming New Single “Up The Dose”
August 11, 2017, 2 months ago
Philadelphia's Dark Waters End are streaming the new single, “Up The Dose”, featured on their new album, Submersion. The album will see the light of day on October 7th. The track is available for streaming below.
Dark Waters End takes progressive death metal to a level that makes you think twice about nodding your head in standard timing. This eclectic group of musicians teeter on the boundary of what many in the Philadelphia area describe as technical metal, but without the need for a scientific calculator. Their music consists of an all-embracing range of metal, from a variety of influences to create a very dynamic and progressive sound.
Dark Waters End has a sound that can range from beautifully-haunting to terrifying in a matter of minutes. Influences from bands such as Converge, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and The Faceless inspire the band to approach metal from all angles and can be aggressive, peaceful, and brutal all within a single song. Additionally, influences from bands such as The Contortionist and Between the Buried and Me have paved the way for the band to incorporate atypical melodies and provide a robust blend of progressive metal.
“The Great Dirge”
“Hell Can't Be Worse”
“Bucket Of Flesh”
“Up The Dose”
“Up The Dose”:
“Congenital Vice” lyric video:
Recording & Mixing: John Boyce & Sylar Sound Studio
More Recording & Editing: AJ Viana, Jay Esbensen
Mastering: Mark Lewis of West West Side
Artwork: Georgi Georgiev of Moon ring Design
Management: Rob Wharton of Cognitive
Band Photos: Al Rende
Practice Home: Surreal Sound Studio in Philadelphia
Management: Rob Wharton of Fresh2Deaf Management
John William - Vocals
Elijah Masiko - Guitar
Ian Wright - Guitar
Chris Williams - Bass
Ian McGarry - Drums