Ember is one of the hottest bands to emerge from the live music capital of the world: Austin, Texas. With hook laden, powerful music and an incredible stage show, it's no wonder that Ember has begun to ignite. Since their inception, Ember has performed across the US including California, New York, Texas, Kansas, and Oklahoma. They released an independent EP Under Pressure in 2006, produced by Sylvia Massy Shivy (Deftones, Tool, Red Hot Chili Peppers) at Radiostar studios in Weed, California. Shortly after, Ember signed with The Price Agency under the direction of J. Price. Following that union, the band started to flash all over the radar, playing shows with major mainstream acts such as Blue October, Theory of a Deadman, and Black Stone Cherry. Ember quickly became one of the top requested bands on internet radio and gained endorsements from Rock Revival Jeans, Incredible Ears, Gibson, Mesa Boogie, Sabian, and many others. After becoming a member of Armed Forces Entertainment, Ember scored the main support slot for multi-platinum rock powerhouse Hinder, and was then asked to headline the Fall tour in September of 2009.
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Choosing quality over quantity, Arizona-based Vertical Shift Records (VSR) continues to slowly expand its roster of incredibly talented and dedicated musicians with their latest acquisition: Ember. This hard-rocking 5 piece band from Austin, Texas is set to let loose their full length debut, Embrace April 20th.
Each band member contributes to the intense sonic texture of this album, creating a satisfying sound that never misses a beat, seizing and holding the listener’s attention. Chris, Duece, Dusty, Jared & Chewy create a full, dynamic sound that more than rivals peers 3 Doors Down, Hinder, Nickleback, and Stone Sour. These Texas boys know how to play with the throttle wide open; taking no prisoners and making no apologies for doing it all for God!
Ember has no trouble holding its own against the aforementioned, while filling a more positive and overtly Christian niche these bands leave empty. If you rock out to the arena-inundating sounds of Building 429, DecembeRadio, Decyfer Down, and Needtobreathe you need to snatch this album on its street date, you won’t be disappointed- except when the album ends and leaves you wanting more! But hey, just hit the repeat button and re-immerse yourself in Ember’s Embrace.
lalala| Posted May 14, 2010
They definitley have a uniquely awesome sound. I love to dancing to it and singing along. Great sound! I love it so much. I can't wait to hear more, because I haven't heard too much of it but I expect great things.