Death Of Me - Hell’s Where You Make It, Love’s How You Fake It
Alternative emo band Death of Me have today released their debut EP, ‘Hell’s where you make it, Love’s where you fake it’.
Death of Me have been rising through the ranks of recent, gaining notable attention from the likes of BBC R1 and Kerrang! Magazine as well as playing a packed out debut headline show. Now we turn the attention to their debut EP release.
Track one 'Yearn (An introduction)' sets the scene for what's to follow. The emotion is so raw and evident here that it's so hard to not be captivated on a first listen. Straight into second track, Halo, which is an energetic post-hardcore anthem that shows a heavier side to things. It already seems like Death Of Me have a lot up their sleeve! To top it off 'Halo' has a HUGE chorus that is tricky to stop humming all day after listening.
Stand out tracks of the EP 'True Blue' and 'Your heart, the casket' are really where Death Of Me shine. Two stunning tracks that are super infectious in their own right. Both oozing in their emo roots but so technically efficient. Two masterpieces of work from the Staffordshire quartet.
This is a great first effort from Death Of Me and certainly showcases why the attention is with them right now. It's a EP with a statement and a purpose and one that's very hard to ignore.
'Hell’s where you make it, Love’s how you fake it’ is out now on all platforms.