[News] Metal Injection premieres the video for “In The Clouds” by Abrams taken from upcoming album

Denver Rock unit Abrams is pleased to reveal their new video for “In The Clouds.” Now playing at Metal Injection, the track comes off the band’s “In The Dark” full-length, set for release on September 9, 2022 via Small Stone Recordings.

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Comments the band: “At 2:59, ‘In The Clouds’ turned out to be one of our most to-the-point songs to date. The thunderous bass tone paired with the pounding drums are some of the tastiest and heaviest sounds on this record. There are hints of Soundgarden blended with the fuzziness of major key titans Torche. The climactic drop at the end of the song is probably my favorite moment on this record guaranteeing a headbang from the listener.

Adds Metal Injection. “The band nails this perfectly grungy, sludgy sound with just the right amount of atmosphere and it works so well. Especially toward the end of ‘In The Clouds’ when they bring it all down into a crushing finale.

Watch Abrams’ “In The Clouds” video at Metal Injection here: https://metalinjection.net/video/abrams-new-single-in-the-clouds-is-as-heavy-as-it-is-atmospheric

Initially seeking to fuse melodic hooks with dissonance, Abrams began in 2013 in Denver, Colorado, with guitarist/vocalist Zach Amster and bassist/vocalist Taylor Iversen. Later joined by drummer Ryan DeWitt, Abrams has released an EP and three studio albums, all to critical acclaim. With each release the listener can hear the band evolving and maturing to what it has become today. A band dedicated to compelling songwriting, and energetic live performances, Abrams ups the ante with the moody, heavy, psychedelic rock venture of their forthcoming LP, “In The Dark.”

Adding Patrick Alberts (Call Of The Void) to the lineup, “In The Dark” serves as Abrams’ first release as a four-piece, following behind 2020’s “Modern Ways.” With the pandemic cancelling all touring plans for “Modern Ways,” Abrams immediately got to work demoing more than twenty-five plus songs for their next release. Given the world was in lockdown, Amster took a deep dive to learn the ins and outs of home recording to refine song structure, with a hyperfocus put on vocal hooks. There was a goal set to have as complete and polished songs as possible prior to entering the studio in Summer of 2021 with producer, engineer, and collaborator Dave Otero (Khemmis, Cattle Decapitation) at Flatline Audio who was the last piece in shaping the final soundscape.

The new collection is a fine-tuned, forty-five-minute sonic journey detailing the angers, fears, frustrations, and joys inherent in living in a world gone mad. With cinematic guitar riffs, brooding leads, and addictive vocal hooks, Abrams conjures a mature, polished, and intensely passionate craft, urgent but not at all rushed. There are hints of early AmRep mixed in with the larger sounds of ‘90s alt heroes Failure, Quicksand, and Hum. Combine that with the heaviness of recent Mastodon and Stoner Psychedelia of All Them Witches and you get “In The Dark.”

In The Dark” features cover art by Robin Gnista and will be available on CD, LP, and digitally. Find preorders on Bandcamp: https://smallstone.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-dark

Lineup:
Zachary Amster / Guitar, Vocals
Taylor Iversen / Bass, Vocals
Ryan DeWitt / Drums
Patrick Alberts / Guitar

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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