Chris is an English vocalist and guitarist – currently for Midlands-based bands State of Ember and Project Revise.
Having played as lead guitarist for Khaos Theory for several years, he decided to try lead vocals towards the end of 2016 for the first time. Both bands have had some notable achievements so far, but would like to progress even more during 2018
State Of Amber – Denial
State of Ember are a three-piece band who take various influences from hard rock, prog and punk rock. The band released their debut E.P ‘Clouded Views’ in September 2017. Three of these tracks have been played on BBC Introducing so far, with one of them – ‘Denial’, recently winning a competition to be featured on the soundtrack to Xbox One/PS4 upcoming racing game ‘Wreckfest’. The game is being developed by Bugbear Entertainment, who created the highly-successful FlatOut and FlatOut 2 games over a decade ago. The band will head into the studio during Q2 of 2018 to record their second E.P as well as continuing to tour as much as possible in the UK and beyond..
Project Revise – Take A Moment
Project Revise are a three-piece pop punk band who have been told by many listeners they are given a nostalgic feeling of old-school pop punk when listening to them! Their biggest influences are Lit, Millencolin, Less Than Jake and New Found Glory. Chris (Guitar), and Rich (Bass) sing vocal harmonies throughout which compliment each other well, while David Yarnell keeps the energy level high on drums! The band released their debut E.P ‘Songs That Sound Like Songs’ in December 2017 and have also had multiple tracks played by BBC Introducing. The E.P tracks have received over 1000 streams on Spotify alone within the first month of release, across 25 countries worldwide!
Let’s see what Chris Tamburro has to say about Vocalzone!
|“With being involved heavily in two different bands, I always need to keep my voice in good shape! From what I’ve experienced with using Vocalzones previously, they are truly one of a kind and will help enable me to perform at my best whether practising, gigging or in the recording studio!”|