Drown in Embers | Infinity Declined

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Infinity Declined

by Drown in Embers

Formed in 2012 Dusseldorf's metal formation Drown in Embers managed to get Threat Signal's vocalist Jon Howard as featured artist for their first single "Infinity Declined".
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Infinity Declined (feat. Jon Howard)
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Album Notes
Drown in Embers was spawned in Düsseldorf anno 2012 by guitarist Pete, drummer Martin and bassist Reini 4 years after their former band “Exchased” split up. Getting back together after this time, all of the members joined forces to fit all ideas and influences into the concept of Drown in Embers.

Right after the first songs were written, a second guitarist was needed and was found in Jacques who already helped out on Exchased’s last gig and joined the band in 2014. Still in need for a vocalist, Drown in Embers were able to get some help from Threat Signal’s Jon Howard for their first single Infinity Declined.

Drown in Embers is currently searching for someone who fills the gap behind the microphone!

- Jon Howard of Threat Signal for lending us his voice
- Niels Löffler of ORDEN OGAN for mixing
- Michael Schwabe of Monoposto Mastering GmbH for kicking the last bit out of the song by mastering it
- Bastian Pinnenberg for all the artwork
- Jan Bommes for releasing the photo “Abandoned Hospital (90)” (https://goo.gl/aS1FLb) under CC BY (http://goo.gl/qFQ21) so we could use it in the artwork



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