Eva Under Fire got their start seven years ago and instantly began cutting their teeth in the underground rock scene, building an enthusiastic fan base the old-fashioned way. That said, it took a lot of hard work for them to get to this point. The group’s roots go back to 2015 when lead singer Eva Marie, guitarists Chris Slapnik and Rob Lyberg, bassist Ed Joseph and drummer Corey Newsom, decided to get together and write music that represented their diverse set of influences. However, the band’s trajectory shifted toward the stratosphere when they sent an unsolicited demo to Better Noise Music, who recognized the band’s hybrid of rock, metal, pop and classic rock as something wholly unique. The chemistry clicked and after releasing a well-received full-length and two EPs, the band signed to Better Noise and spent the past two years working on their next album, their most ambitious and fully realized release to date. Eva Marie is an outpatient Psychotherapist mostly working with anxiety, depression, grief and substance abuse recovery. Her degree and license is in MA, TLLP (Masters in Psychology). This is her third year in the field. She’s currently practicing part time (though not taking new clients) while also traveling for her music career. Meaningful connection with other humans has always been important to Eva. Given what she believes to be her talents, she thought she could meaningfully connect with people in one of two ways: being a musician or being a therapist. And then the universe laughed at her and gave her both.
Eva Under Fire’s Eva Marie – The Truth About Grief
Eva shares a technique of how she was able to get through her own bout with grief.
Eva Under Fire’s Eva Marie – The Truth About Body Image
Eva Marie shares her own experiences from her self-love journey.
Eva Under Fire’s Eva Marie – The Truth About Substance Abuse
Eva discusses the troubles, solutions and resources pertaining to substance abuse.
Eva Under Fire’s Eva Marie – The Truth About Anxiety
Eva Under Fire's Eva Marie delves into anxiety as part of this Mental Health Awareness Month series.