The Unravelling Share New Single, “Master Drone”

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The Unravelling offers a stunning blend of industrial and hard rock influences, while still having a great deal of accessibility to out-of-genre listeners. The group, who drew praises for their debut of 13 Arcane Hymns, had their career put to a halt when lead vocalist Steve Moore, was unfortunately diagnosed with cancer in 2011.

Fast-forward to the present day where Moore has luckily recovered and has sprung back into action with the group. Consisting of Moore and bandmate/instrumentalist Gustavo De Beauville, The Unravelling is better than ever. Recently they have debuted their comeback single, “Revolt,” which is a heavy hitting track laced with intricate instrumentation. The band has now released “Master Drone,” complete with brilliant new artwork from Shaun Friesen at Freeze Design (www.freezendesign.ca).

Their new single, “Master Drone,” sheds new light onto the band. Moore says of the track:  “the Master Drone is certain of his reality, and therefore living through an artifact. He is opinionated, and likely a respectable, ambitious member of society. He could be a motivational speaker, an atheist, a religious leader, a ‘life coach’ or a serial entrepreneur. He thrives within identity and strives for new identities as he grows old. He’s in all of us. He represents our human programming.”

Gustavo says of the piece “Master Drone turned out quite dark, heavy and to the point – I think it’s gonna be a doozy to perform live.”

“Master Drone” is available for free download via Bandcamp, here: http://theunravellingband.com/track/master-drone

The Unravelling via Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/theunravelling

Check out more of Shaun Friesen’s work, here:
www.FreeZen.ca
www.facebook.com/shaun.freezen
www.youtube.com/TheRiddleSolver

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Rebel House Radio Flashback with Video for “Can’t Say No”

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Rebel House Radio has recently released their new video for “Can’t Say No.” With a bit of 80s nostalgia flare, and an L.A. vibe that can kill, the new group take on quite a task of love and heartbreak in their new video. The high energy of the song matches the tone of the video with a bit of theatrical vibe in the mix. “Can’t Say No,” is a total breath of fresh air in the rock scene, and proves to break away from the pack. Bandmates Mike Mangan an Mike Blumberg create a new and noteworthy sound that shines throughout “Can’t Say No.” The track is off their current album, their debut, One More Day, which has been gaining quite a bit of attention. The video is quite an impressive piece of work.

Watch “Can’t Say No” Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t7cGv7bkTw