ASHES COLLIDE
First Collide

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01. Universe | 02. No Fear | 03. Talk | 04. Do I Have A Dream | 05. B.B.

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The EP First Collide is Russian group Ashes Collide’s debut release and can best be described as alternative rock. Inspired by American 2000s rock, the music has its own tone, based on memorable guitar riffs, simple harmonies and powerful female vocals. Although this is the debut EP of Ashes Collide, the many years of experience of its members have made it possible to create an outstanding piece of work.

Lyrically, all the songs span different social topics. The EP kicks off with Universe which talks about the uselessness of the victim syndrome. No Fear is a song about life situations where fear loses its meaning. Talk tells about the barriers between people and sketchy communication and the slow Do I Have A Dream is a reflection on life and its important components. First Collide closes with the fast and vigorous B.B. which is about the period of growing up when you want to try your whole life to be yourself.

The material was recorded at Voshod Studio in Russia. First Collide got its final touches thanks to the mixing and mastering skills of Nicolay Bazhenov (MetalStudio). His experience made it possible to create a unique and recognizable sound.

First Collide | Released December 7th, 2018 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. Universe | 02. No Fear | 03. Talk | 04. Do I Have A Dream | 05. B.B.

Ashes Collide are:
Marfa Savchenko – Vocals | Nikita Frolov – Guitar | Roman Vtorov – Bass | Aleksandr Kolchin – Drums

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | VK | On Sliptrick

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1 review for ASHES COLLIDE
First Collide

  1. themedianmanblog

    “Universe,” a rocker and a great opener, it comes with the sold thumping of the melodies and the beat. Taking charge, when the vocals come in and get the listener to move their head in time. “No Fear,” a song filled with swagger from the riffs to the vocal arrangements. “Talk,” a more modern day song with the frills and the spice added in for extra measure.

    “Do I Have A Dream,” allows the vocals to take centre stage, bringing the energy and the desperation to the fore. “B.B,” a bluesy swagger keeps everything popping off …read more

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