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Erra - Drift download album

  • Performer: Erra
  • Album: Drift
  • FLAC: 1764 mb | MP3: 1243 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Style: Metalcore, Progressive Metal
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 678
Erra  - Drift download album

Опубликовано: 16 мар. 2018 г. Band: Erra Album:Drift. WMG; UMPI, UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (4).

Album · 2016 · 10 Songs.

Drift is the third studio album from American progressive metalcore band Erra.

Label Sumerian Records. ERRA "Drift" (2016) album.

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Drift is the third full-length album from American progressive metalcore band Erra. It was the band's first album with former Texas in July vocalist . Cavey and the first album produced by Nick Sampson. It was released by Sumerian Records on April 8, 2016. Cavey – unclean vocals, backing clean vocals. Jesse Cash – guitar, bass, clean vocals. Sean Price – guitar, bass. Additional musicians. Ryan Arini – background vocals. Janna and Travis Bobier – background vocals.

Take a breath, enter the unknown Watch your step, it's an escape to the world anew Flood yourself with colors and senses on overload Sink inside yourself, watch out for the bottom Because there's no turning back once it takes control And you prefer this new creation The pain exits slowly and there's nothing left. Floating out at sea, away from reality It pulls me under, the tide will blow your mind I'm drifting in and out of ocean dreams It pulls me under, the tide will blow your mind Drifting in and out.

Released date 08 April 2016. Labels Sumerian Records. Produced by Nick Sampson. Music StyleMetalcore. Members owning this album20.

I first heard Erra back in 2011 after the release of their debut full length album, Pulse. I immediately fell in love with the album - it was everything I loved in music: Dramatic, technical, emotive, and beautiful. Drift includes all of the attributes that initially made me an Erra fan, but their execution has matured significantly. One of the first things listeners will notice is how cohesive each song feels. On previous releases, songs felt a little bit like different ideas stitched together.