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Артист: Aterra Tale Название: In Working Order Жанр: Alternative Год выхода: 2014 Label: Self-released О музыке:
Aterra Tale is a band dedicated to creating music that you can feel, music that can paint pictures within your mind and
tell stories that you can bring to life with your own thoughts, feelings, and life experiences. The band—Scottie James (vocals), Ryan Diemer
(guitars), Eric Kalina (bass), and Jason Mancini (drums)— was founded in 2012 and have been exponentially gaining momentum since their conception.
Their sound is a tasteful blend of various forms of rock with soaring melodies that they have molded into their own brand of incredibly catchy music
that is easy to get lost in.
In recent years, we’ve begun to see heroes – be they classic characters or everyday citizens – differently. Whether it’s director Christopher
Nolan taking us into the dark corners of Batman or Superman’s minds, or a real-life do gooder having a personal struggle after the media has made
them an overnight sensation, American culture has become fascinated with the concept. Perhaps it’s in an attempt to justify our own imperfections;
to know that if the strongest have a weakness, we can inevitably level the playing field. It’s almost as if we’ve turned the phrase “Nobody’s
perfect” into “Everyone’s flawed,” and while they essentially mean the same thing on the surface, they’re also vastly – almost dangerously
It’s that conflict that rests beneath the new single “Hide and Seek” from Aterra Tale’s second self-produced full-length album “In Working
Order”. “I am the fallen master / I am the broken savior” laments lead vocalist Scottie James over Eric Kalina’s flowing bass and Jason
Mancini’s crushing rhythm. Paired up with the tormented growl on the song’s chorus of “God knows I want it / but the devil knows I need it,”
the push/pull of the song’s story goes hand in hand with the soaring melody and Ryan Diemer’s artfully sinister guitar work.
The band’s modern rock sound still has nods to emotional post-hardcore (Circa Survive) and maybe even a little pop-punk (Lagwagon), and having
performed alongside national heavyweights like Throw The Fight, Parabelle, Three Years Hollow, Sevendust, Coheed Cambria, Drowning Pool, Coal
Chamber and SOIL, the quartet is clearly making a name for themselves in the area. “Hide and Seek” is a propulsive, addictive new addition to the
band’s repertoire, already filled with riff-fueled bombast (“One In The Same”) and atmospheric, introspective journeys (“The Ghost
“We know what we want out of our music, and we all work together with an almost brotherly-like chemistry to it” says vocalist Scottie James.
“We want to give people something more that what is currently out there. We want to a connection with the fans and give them an experience at each
show. Our band is about working hard and creating something unique and memorable with each song and I think our fans can feel it when we hit the
stage, and that’s something special.”
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01. Intro 00:41
02. Smile 03:58
03. Little Lies And Sweet Goodbyes 03:26
04. Left Behind 03:49
05. Hollow Home 03:39
06. Into The Blue 03:04
07. Blinded By Belief 03:59
08. Together In Arms 04:48
09. Persistence 04:00
10. Hearts In Motion 03:28
11. Hide And Seek 03:14
12. Another Side Of You 04:17