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Seven

by Continuum

A multi-faceted and explosive mix of death, progressive, and thrash metal featuring vocals that alternately soar like an angel and bellow like a demon.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Kiss the Pavement
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2. Chokehold
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3. Rise and Fall
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4. Bleed Us Dry
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5. Dead to Me
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6. Apathetic
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7. Left to Leper
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Continuum is comprised of five seasoned musicians interested in a single, common goal: the creation of unique, groove-oriented metal that cannot be pigeonholed into a single genre. Mixing death, progressive, and thrash metal elements, the music is a reflection of what the band members have enjoyed most about being life-long fans of extreme music.

For the listener, Continuum hopes to impart the intended emotion and message of each song utilizing both powerful, stirring melody and blunt force trauma. Guitars push and pull on top of pounding rhythms and pulsing bass. Lead vocalist Brenda St. Amant delivers sermons of suffering and rage with a voice that morphs from an angel to a demon, the contrast providing a perfect sonic accompaniment to the lyrical content.

Continuum invites the listener to feel every ounce of anger and despair so that the music will penetrate both the ear and the mind.

Testimonials of the Damned:

“Continuum from Wolcott – featuring the ferocious vocals of Brenda St. Amant – were the cream of the crop.” – Alex Barbieri [Hard Rock Haven, show review]

“What happens when you enclose schmoove jazz and orchestrated chaos in a reactor? The output is one of brutality, just without persistence. The output is Continuum. Double-bass firing off with precision, crushing guitars, and melodic insanity all piled together in a tight knit, high energy, free-for-all. To say they are unique is an understatement.” – OFNR [Official FN Radio]

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