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POWER OF FEAR blend chunky, groove-laden riffs and beatdown-style vocals in new double single

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POWER OF FEAR by Samantha Sansone
POWER OF FEAR by Samantha Sansone

Pittsburgh’s own Power of Fear has unleashed their latest offerings with the release of two hard-hitting singles, “Tears of Shame” and “Eye To Eye.” These tracks provide a glimpse into the upcoming debut album, A Breed Apart, scheduled to be released on June 30th via DAZE Records.

With their chunky, groove-laden riffs and beatdown-style vocals, both songs are primed for the intensity of the mosh pit. Lyrically, they delve into the theme of negative realities that permeate the album, exploring the disconnect between individuals who seem impossible to find common ground with. Listeners can now enjoy both tracks on various streaming platforms and Bandcamp.

On A Breed Apart, Power of Fear draws influence not only from renowned hardcore acts like Hatebreed and Cold As Life but also from funk and jazz music, which significantly shaped the album’s riff structures.

The nine songs on the record exude fervor and anger, encapsulating a raw disdain that resonates with anyone who encounters it.

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Shane Mayer at Cerebral Audio, A Breed Apart is available for pre-order on CD with accompanying merchandise such as a shirt and poster.

The album artwork for A Breed Apart showcases the distinctive aesthetic of the record, while the tracklist unveils the intense sonic journey that awaits.

Power of Fear comprises Barker on vocals, Harrison on drums, Brendon on bass, and Pat on guitar, collectively driving the band’s powerful sound.

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