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Cyhyraeth Releases New Album "Servant To The Fire"

Texas metal outfit Cyhyraeth just released new album "Servant To The Fire," which can be streamed in full below. You can also get your own physical or digital copy over at this location. The track listing is as follows:

1. As the World Burns
2. Indoctrinate
3. A Farewell to Harm
4. Confliction
5. Mutation
6. Awakening
7. Aftermath
8. Calm Before the Storm
9. Suffocate
10. Servant to the Fire
11. Final Relapse

Cyhyraeth consists of:

Jessica McCain (Vocals)
Alex Jack (Guitars, Vocals)
Zach Marsden (Guitars)
Zach Palmer (Bass)
Kenny Sisk (Drums)

Front woman Jessica McCain comments:

"There are things about Cyhyraeth that make our music unique. You have me, (Jess) who has been singing her entire life, then all of a sudden hears a band such as Trivium and Arch Enemy and decides to try growling. Now I like growling even more than singing and incorporate both into our music.Then you have Alex, he started off playing bass in a town where no musician gets heard, realized he was never really a bassist, and picked up a guitar. But neither of us would ever get anywhere in New Mexico, So we packed up everything and moved to Dallas. Now we play in packed venues.

"As soon as we moved here, we searched on the internet for other musicians and the first bassist we talked to (Zach Palmer) fit perfectly. His style, personality, everything just fit. But especially his playing style, a bassist that plays bass. With style. Imagine that, right?

"Kenny didn't take much longer at all to come into the picture. We tried out a couple of other drummers, but nothing that clicked. Finding a drummer that could play fast on his feet while also being as technical with his hands as he is was something we definitely hadn't seen before. Zachary Marsden was the hardest one to find, guitarists are hard to find. I originally saw him playing guitar for another local band, and immediately was drawn to his style. Very jazzy, but can shred! So I asked if he would want to join a second band. I am so very glad he can multi-task!

"Really it sounds like luck, but the main thing is, we all love what we do. To be a musician is what each of us have wanted our entire lives, and our individual styles and crazy personalities are what make us Cyhyraeth; hard to pronounce, and even harder to define."

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