Born in quarantine, Coe Hill is a creative outlet for Doug Heiser and Kyle Marchant (producer and engineer and credited for his work with Silverstein, Comeback Kid, Stick To Your Guns) who instead of finding a permanent singer thought to work with various artists, and it had made for some pretty epic singles so far.
Having teamed up with Sean Thomas (The Devil In The Details) Mike Julian (Rival Town), Scott Barnes (In Fear and Faith), Simon Austin (Incase We Crash), Jason Emsallem (Nightwell), Tyler Small (Saving Vice) and Hayden Trobee (Tigerwine) across five songs, means each sounds completely fresh and interesting. The fact then, that they’re able to achieve the level of cohesion they do on Vol I: Maybe Next Year, is impressive, but listen for yourself.
Famous Last Words talk about new concept EP, The Negative
FEATUREAn interview with Famous Last WordsFeatureLong time fans of Famous Last Words might know that the band have not only become a staple in the metalcore scene, but they've in part done so by fully embracing concept albums. Each one of theirs have told a story...