01. Redemption | 02. Dear Downfall | 03. Invisible Enemies | 04. Cross The Nile

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The EP kicks off with the title track Redemption which builds from a slow, semi-acoustic intro and keeps growing until shimmering, melodic guitars arrive. Eventually, the rhythm section bulldoze their way in and lay the foundations for the next song, Dear Downfall which give us our first chance to hear the juxtaposition of harsh and melodic vocals that intertwine throughout the EP, clashing over the hard and heavy riffs of the band. Next up is the single from the EP, Invisible Enemies (check out the brand new official video below), where a guitar melody driven intro segues into some serious riffing. It’s a head banger and a classic piece of Modern Metal. The EP ends with the “Maiden-esque ballad” called Cross The Nile with it’s pulsing Egyptian flavour, powerful breakdown and catchy solos.

The title Redemption was chosen for the common themes of the groups songs contained on the EP; the never-ending battle between life and death, good and bad, people who face their everyday problems in their life and have the power to redeem themselves, to fight back, to stand up. In their name lies their mantra, Tonight We Stand.

Redemption | Released Feb 9th, 2017 on Sliptrick Records.

Track listing:
01. Redemption | 02. Dear Downfall | 03. Invisible Enemies | 04. Cross The Nile

The tracks were recorded and mixed at Solid Ground Recording Studio (Italy) in September 2016 and mastered by Andrea Fusini (Fusix Studio, Italy). The Invisible Enemies video was directed by Daniele Bagolin.

Tonight We Stand are:
Andrea Franco – Harsh vocals | Riccardo Moretto – Guitar | Filippo Danieli – Guitar | Alessandro Murello – Drums/Clean vocals | Matteo Michielin – Bass

Band links: Facebook | Youtube








    I Tonight We Stand sono una band di Venezia il cui debut EP “Redemption” è un concentrato di melodic metalcore in cui la struttura dei brani è semplice ma solida e l’elemento più particolare è il growl/scream accorato. Le chitarre seguono il protocollo metalcore avvicinandosi alle atmosfere progressive alla Parkway Drive: riff serrati e scale vivaci si intrecciano bene con la ritmica lineare e precisa che a volte sfugge e riesce a scalfire la superficie ordinata con breakdown classici. Nei quattro brani che fanno parte di “Redemption”, “Cross The Nile” spicca per avere maggiore respiro strumentale e una struttura compatta che mette in risalto l’incisività delle vocals. Nelle altre canzoni la linearità e la coerenza coi canoni del genere la fanno da padrone …read more

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