Ayera Completes Recording New EP
Victorian death/thrashers Ayera have posted an update on the band’s soon to be released EP titled "The Chaos Rebellion."
"Its been a long and at times painful process, but after many hours of hard work, the ‘Chaos Rebellion’ EP has been recorded and is almost ready to be released.
"We have really pushed to get as much content into this EP as possible, clocking in at almost 30 minutes with an intro and 5 songs. With over 75 hours of work in the studio, we have over-analysed and dissected every second of music, re-recorded multiple sections and have perfected this release as much as possible. Overall we are extremely happy with the result, and hope all our fans around our area will appreciate and enjoy it. Thanks for sticking by us!
"The tracks will be posted on our myspace in early July, at the same time as our new myspace layout. Copies of the EP will be on sale come mid-late August. This will include a digipack type package, with full EP art and a short booklet with lyrics etc. T-shirts, stickers and other merchandise will also be available.
"This band is about to get seriously busy with shows around Victoria and beyond. We are aiming for new heights, and are looking to play any gigs at any time, supporting The Chaos Rebellion EP. We will also look to set up a few gigs in the not too distant future, so stay tuned for those as we will need bands to play alongside and metal-heads to turn up & headbang \m/."
For more information about Ayera and to check out some of their music, visit their MySpace page.
Source: Metal Obsession
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