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Atria New World Nightmare Self-Release November 16th, 2018 Review by Ariana Leo, Photojournalist Boston Rock Radio

Atria

New World Nightmare

Self-Release

November 16th, 2018

Review by Ariana Leo, Photojournalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

 

Ontario, Canada-based band Atria leave their particularly dramatic and artistic mark on the metal scene with the release of their first EP, New World Nightmare.

 

The four-track EP was prefaced with a music video for the second song, “Someone With Me.” Despite being more melodic than the rest of the album (though it does feature a pure-metal breakdown, meant for the stage), the video is dark and unsettling. Raw emotion and passion are present in the faces of every single member of the band. Eerie and haunting, it’s sure to resonate with anyone experiencing the pain of loss.

 

The opening titular track, “New World Nightmare,” features a marked shift mid-song, changing keys and vibes and providing a break from the heaviness, complete with emotional lyrics. Near the end of the song, Atria jumps right back into their signature aggression. “Less Than Equal” is an energetic track that shows off lead vocalist Tom Emmans’ ability to nail clean vocals as well as screams, and features a unique, ambient ending. The fourth track, “Follow You Home,” has the lyrical depth to make it a resonant, memorable closer.

 

Clearly, 2018 has been a whirlwind of a year for Atria, who only formed one year earlier. Fresh on the scene with one solid EP under their belt, these already-accomplished newcomers are setting themselves up for success in the coming months.

 

 

 

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