ERRA: 'House Of Glass'

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  • ERRA: 'House Of Glass'
    POSTED 21 Nov 2020
    ERRA Band 2020
    Photo - Aaron Marsh

    ERRA are back with another example of why they're the masters of noodly progressive metalcore with the huge new single 'House Of Glass'!

    It's a hugely ambitious track with the band pushing their sound into new territory - there's still all the technical riffs and crushing heaviness ERRA are known for, but 'House Of Glass' takes every element of the band and dials it up to 11.  It's chaotic but still satisfyingly cohesive, and there are some riffs thrown in that are almost reminiscent of Tool - check out the awesome visualiser below:

    Guitarist/vocalist Jesse Cash says:

    “The lyrics started as a mutation of two ideas; the first being the seemingly heightened sensationalism of suicide over the last few years; the second being partisan ideology paralleled with cult-like zeal. The concept of connecting these two ideas stemmed from my musing over how much depression and suicide could have at least in part been heightened by the polarization of the 2016 election year and onward.”

    ERRA also put out 'Snowblood' earlier in 2020 - hoping that an album will follow!

    Listen to ERRA now.

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ERRA Band 2020
Photo - Aaron Marsh

ERRA are back with another example of why they're the masters of noodly progressive metalcore with the huge new single 'House Of Glass'!

It's a hugely ambitious track with the band pushing their sound into new territory - there's still all the technical riffs and crushing heaviness ERRA are known for, but 'House Of Glass' takes every element of the band and dials it up to 11.  It's chaotic but still satisfyingly cohesive, and there are some riffs thrown in that are almost reminiscent of Tool - check out the awesome visualiser below:

Guitarist/vocalist Jesse Cash says:

“The lyrics started as a mutation of two ideas; the first being the seemingly heightened sensationalism of suicide over the last few years; the second being partisan ideology paralleled with cult-like zeal. The concept of connecting these two ideas stemmed from my musing over how much depression and suicide could have at least in part been heightened by the polarization of the 2016 election year and onward.”

ERRA also put out 'Snowblood' earlier in 2020 - hoping that an album will follow!

Listen to ERRA now.

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