FATHERS is Oscar Ross (vocals), Eddie Maestas and Zach Amster (guitar), Mhyk Monroe (bass), and Ryan DeWitt (drums). Drawing from influences such as Whores and ISIS, the Denver-based band’s debut LP puts forth loud music that serves as a call to arms against injustice in troubling times. Decibel magazine described FATHERS as “a post-hardcore/prog-metal amalgam” that “really live on their own wavelength of imaginative songwriting played with bloodies, punk rock persistence and a seemingly limitless arsenal of memorable riffs.”
Read as the band explains some of the themes of their newest album, with intense topics ranging from mental illness to addiction to abuse, via Pure Grain Audio, here.
This self-titled debut be released on vinyl on March 30th through Sailor Records, and is currently available digitally through all major outlets (including Spotify, Google, Apple Music, etc.). Preorder limited edition vinyl here.
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