Alpha Twin are Back with Gripping Vocals and Guitar with New EP Symbolism
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Following up on their electrifying single, Gaze, Alpha Twin are back as they prepare for the release of their new EP, Symbolism – set for release 21/10/22.
Opening with Gaze fans are thrown into a hard-rocking sound almost instantly. With hard hitting distorted riffs, melodic vocals delivering great lyrics and drums that pack it all together, the opener sets the stage perfectly for the rest of the EP. Expect more of the same from Alpha Twin on this EP, as they consistently aim to produce music that will raise the roof and get the crowd moving.
Following up with The Way I’m Feeling, with catchy a riff and a drumbeat that underlines immense lyrics that demonstrates that they’re not just a band for moshing to, but a band that have the lyrical content that speaks to fans on a personal level showcasing a versatility to their music that far too few bands have nowadays.
The lead single to the EP, Hypnotise and Blood Like Honey, follows the same path as The Way I’m Feeling with its lyrical content, proving that their approach to rock is more than just music, but stories and emotions that relate to the realities that people live, setting themselves apart from various other bands who are seeking a breakthrough. With lyrics around mental health and not the glamour of celeb-like life, they’re a band with a real message and real emotion laid out in their music.
Finishing with Live Your Life, Alpha Twin confirm their place as lyrical geniuses whose command over their music is something to behold. Capable of conveying important messages through music that is capable of exciting anyone who listens is something that is not to be taken lightly.
Having taken influences from bands such as Rage Against the Machine and Queens of the Stone Age, mixing it with their own style and processes, the result is a fantastic example of unique alt-rock. Alpha Twin are ready to create their own future in the music industry and carve out a place where they fully belong.
With the EP release of Symbolism set for 21st October, there is still plenty of time to familiarise yourself with the Belfast outfit.
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September 30, 2022 9:14am ET by Quite Great