The Black Mirrors Release 'The River' Single
The Black Mirrors, The River
The Black Mirrors first ever single release of "The River" is paving the way to doom and gloom with this terrifying dysfunctional sound that can only be described as marmite. For those in the eighties matchbox era, be prepared for a more up to date version on that sound that was created many moons ago via stems of Iggy Pop with ugly shapes of atmospheric suspension tearing through your ears with a vast array of fear, horror, blood and the inevitable.
Whilst still maintaining a menacing presence on stage, it is difficult to reflect this in such a recording for people to feel the real essence of the track but in the hands of Stoke on trent Producer Chris Dulson of Venombase Studios, he has really brought a sound to thier table that quite honestly has outstanded thier image and presence on stage but still maintained that fear that people have of them when they perform live as you never know what may be around the corner.
The Black Mirrors are a Garage Punk three piece formed in early 2012 as the brain child of vocalist/guitarist Mark Mason. They take influence in the melancholy, macabre and perverse. Their amazingly dynamic live shows (supporting amongst others Garage Pop Revivalists Sissy and the Blisters and Blues Rockers The Jim Jones Revue) and début E.P received critical acclaim and has been a springboard to developing a cult following. 2013 has seen the recording of the bands follow up single "The River" with Dan Chapman on drums and Stuart Hannah on bass and is due for release in March of this year. It will be followed by a succession of gigs across the U.K and as of yet unnamed E.P is in the process of being written and is due to be recorded in the Autumn.
|RELEASE TITLE:||The River|
|RECORD LABEL:||Venombase Studios|
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