Introducing…Anti Clone

Pulling from a plethora of areas from Marilyn Manson and Slipknot to Mudvayne and Tool, Anti Clone lay down a captivating blend of hard-hitting cutting metal laced with a biting industrial edge. The Brit noise chiefs reboot their new EP Hands Sewn Together out on Monday 25 August and available through all stores.

Bursting out of Boston, Lincolnshire and originally formed in 2011, Anti Clone had a turbulent start due to personnel changeovers, however they finally solidified their line-up with brothers Peter Moore (lead vocals) and Drew Moore (drums & programming), pairing with fellow brothers Conor Richardson (guitar) and Liam Richardson (guitar) and Fraser Burch (bass) rounding up the unit. The five-some soon forged a reputation in their local area for commanding live performances rammed with blistering energy and ferocious riffs. It wasn’t too long before the rising metalheads widened their horizons and undertook their first UK tour in 2013 with their friends, Eridium. The shows were a rampant success and rapidly increased Anti Clone’s national profile. The band have since gone on to play throughout the country and in passing have shared stages with a host of heavyweights from ESO, Lavondyss, RSJ, Sworn Amongst and Bloodshot Dawn to Maplerun, Evil Scarecrow and the legendary, American Head Charge.

The metal newcomers continued their ascent with the release of their debut single 1984 which was produced by the Grammy award winning producer, Matt Hyde (Machine Head, Trivium, Fightstar, As I Lay Dying and Slipknot). The track and accompanying video attracted over 7,000 unique views and led to the band being featured in Terrorizer Magazine as well as securing widespread support from the underground.

The industrialists have just inked a management deal with Black Radar Management who’s stable includes American Head Charge, RSJ and Maplerun. And with the national release of their killer new EP Hands Sewn Together, which boasts five killer tracks, from the explosive past single 1984 to the alluring low-slung groove of Take This Pill and the hammering Tool-esque dynamics of System, the stage is set for Anti Clone to truly soar.

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under Music, News

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s