Thursday, 28 March 2019

***70 CM³ OF YOUR CHEST exclusive song premiere***

"I Ached"
exclusive song premiere
For fans ofLocktender, Respire, Arktika, I Was A Cosmonaut Hero, Duct Hearts and Nionde Plågan


Three-piece 70 CM³ OF YOUR CHEST hail from Lithuania, share members with Eat My Fear/Let's Start With A Forest Level and last released 'at first Chaos came to be' in 2016. I am ecstatic today because OMSB gets to help premiere the first single from their upcoming 12"LP 'When I Was A Dinosaur', releasing in full April 4th, 2019 via Flamingo Noise Records, Zilpzalp Records, Sunsetter Records, Les Disques Rabat-Joie and This Charming Man Records. It is massive, epic and moving post-hardcore/screamo bursting with feels and a second half that cascades like a waterfall, beautiful yet destructive. Inspired by Arktika, Fall of Efrafa, The Tidal Sleep and DIY hardcore scene as a whole.

The band had this to say:
"Some of us had emotionally hard times while writing ‘when I was a dinosaur’ - it was written in cooperation with pain, loss, childhood traumas and grief. In some sense it’s a tribute to the past and a lesson of letting go. Since it is pretty personal album and we are sure that many others can relate to the stories we tell, we are very happy we had a possibility to collaborate with Fabian from Sunsetter Recording Studio who did everything to make our vision happen. We had the best recording experience and we’re thankful that he kept it not only very professional but friendly and understanding as well. On 11th of April we are starting our 7th Europe tour through Switzerland, France and Spain heading towards Portugal to share “when I was a dinosaur” with everyone we’ll meet."



(2019) 70 CM³ OF YOUR CHEST "I Ached" (from 'When I Was A Dinosaur')
You might want to sit down for this 6:56 behemoth, cuz it's a doozy. The first minute and change are reserved for a swelling instrumental build that crashes and breaks onto a beautiful, tranquil shore. The next few sections build back up to the intro (but includes some screaming) and are definitely reminiscent of Arktika, picking up substantially from three to four minutes. The final part of the song lasts from about 3:56 to the 6:56 close, painting a lush, incredibly detailed and engaging climax plus denouement with clean singing overlapped with the harsh screams. By the end of the track I guarantee you'll find yourself singing along, for this is a truly moving piece of art.

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