Before the Mourning Unleash ‘Etherial End’ Album + Embark on Tour With Fear Factory
Los Angeles rockers Before the Mourning have just released their debut album, Etherial End, via Street Smart Recordings, and they're currently on the road rocking stages with Fear Factory and The Bloodline.
The album, co-produced by former Machine Head guitarist Logan Mader, has already gotten off to a solid start thanks to the band's breakout track "Another Sleepless Night." Check out the Kevin Custer-directed video for the track in the player above.
About working with Mader, Before the Mourning vocalist Adam Ryan says, “He brought a sharp ear for detail, slick polished sound, and veteran metal music experience. He got the best out of us.” Speaking about their sound, Ryan adds, "It's melodic metal with haunting tones and good hooks. We've got a clear vision."
Before the Mourning have already shared stages with such bands as In This Moment, Butcher Babies and All That Remains. As mentioned, they just launched a tour with Fear Factory and The Bloodline, with dates booked into mid-September. Check out Before the Mourning's shows listed below, and pick up their debut disc, Etherial End, at their official merch page. Also, get a taste of more music from the album by listening to the track 'The Deception' below.
Before the Mourning 2015 North American Tour With Fear Factory + The Bloodline
8/25 -- Lubbock, Texas -- Jake's
8/27 -- Corpus Christi, Texas -- House of Rock
8/28 -- Houston, Texas -- Scout Bar
8/29 -- Pensacola, Fla. -- Vinyl Music Hall
8/30 -- Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Culture Room
9/1 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. -- State Theater
9/2 -- Orlando, Fla. -- Venue 578
9/4 -- Atlanta, Ga. -- Masquerade
9/5 -- Wilmington, N.C. -- Ziggy's By the Sea
9/6 -- Greensboro, N.C. -- Greene Street Club
9/8 -- Little Rock, Ark. -- Juanita's
9/9 -- Clarksville, Tenn. -- Warehouse
9/11 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Trixie's
9/13 -- Bloomington, Ill. -- Castle Theatre
9/15 -- Oklahoma City, Okla. -- OKC Farmer's Market
9/16 -- Gallup, N.M. -- Juggernaut
Before the Mourning, 'The Deception'