Philadelphia based rocker outfit Autumn Pyre have been impressing us all year with a series of strong singles (“Brain Bleed,” “Stuck”) that showcase their affinity for stepping across genre barriers to craft songs that will satisfy alt-rockers, emo kids, and punks alike.
Their latest song, “Hearse,” (out now) hits hard with angular riffs, a crushing groove, and gritty vocals that are as melodic as they are pissed off. While comparisons could be made to legends like Audioslave and Royal Blood, Autumn Pyre has crafted a sonic approach that is undeniably original. The track will appear on their forthcoming album (recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jake Clarke of Superheaven), due out this winter. You can stream “Hearse” below, right here at New Noise.
Founding member Giovanni Adiletta has this to say about the track:
‘”Hearse’ strikes with heavy guitar riffs and a groove that makes you want to bang your head. We made it a point to fit in some energetic build-ups and dynamic transitions… along with a ripping guitar solo! I wrote ‘Hearse’ to cover a lot of ground in a relatively short amount of time. The lyrics are about the inner struggles of letting go and granting forgiveness—I hope they help bring this track to the next level and really connect authentically with our old and new fans!”
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