THE FEVER 333, a supergroup consisting of members of Night Verses, The Chariot, and Letlive, revealed themselves back in 2017 at a pop-up show from the back of a truck at Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, California on Independence Day. From there the band have gone from strength to strength, surprise releasing their EP in March, 2018, supporting one of the UK’s biggest bands right now, Bring Me The Horizon, and appearing at many festivals and shows across the world, including a secret set at Download Festival! Continue reading →
Hot off the release of their new album, “From the Gallery of Sleep”, Night Verses are staying very active and are currently touring with Strawberry Girls and Andres. Despite being exceptionally busy, bassist Riley was gracious enough to give a little bit of time and insight to some of the questions that I had for him and the band. We get the chance to discuss the departure of a vocalist and what it does to a band, touring plans, and even more. For those of you that haven’t checked out the album, it truly is a work of art that is meant to be experienced by any progressive metal/instrumental fan, and is bound to make it on year end lists (this is easily top 10 material guys and gals). Be sure to give the band a like on Facebook and pick up their new album, here, on your platform of choice!
This past Friday, Silent Planet brought an incredibly cathartic musical experience to a packed audience at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, California. With direct support from Strawberry Girls and Night Verses, the diverse lineup put on a show spanning from metalcore to post-rock to progressive, with the consistent through-line being maximum emotional impact. TNF’s own Deniz Davenport was at the show capturing every moment, and we’re thrilled to share her excellent photos.
On full-length number 2, post-hardcore newcomers Night Verses operate more like seasoned veterans – fitting, considering vocalist Douglas Robinson’s long stint fronting Victory Records’ The Sleeping. Into The Vanishing Light (which was produced by icon Ross Robinson) was a solid choice for the record, as compared to Lift Your Existence, it ebbs and flows more effectively. It might take a few listens to really grasp the album overall, though – this is certainly not easy listening. That being said, it’s still an album that pulls from many different influences (post-rock, ambient, post-metal) to create something truly breathtaking.
The band, who is on tour supporting Letlive at the moment, just released the new album Friday. Check out the song “Drift” below, and if you’re feeling it, buy it. This is a legitimate album of the year candidate in a year that already has a few dozen of those.