Feral Sun are part of the new wave of hard-hitting British Rock bands that are poised to break in 2018.
Drawing from the inspirational powers of Stone Sour, Karnivool, Alter Bridge, Breaking Benjamin and armed with colossal riffs, soaring melodies and raw emotion, Feral Sun were formed in London town in the summer of 2009 and soon after perfecting their live set, the band started to play throughout their local/regional U.K. territory and swiftly earned a hefty reputation by delivering a series of stunning live performances as headliner and special guest artist to sold out audiences.
‘Breathe’ is the ballad and second main single off Feral Sun’s debut album ‘Evacuate’. Listen to it below!
With the band’s live reputation thriving, the four piece decided to turn their attention to releasing their debut record. They proceeded to put down tracks for their debut album ‘Evacuate’ at Stakeout Studios (We Are the Ocean, You Me at Six, Reuben), and now “Evacuate” was finally granted a full national release. Feral Sun has dropped three singles from the record that include “Long Road”, “Breathe” and the title track “Evacuate”, and all cuts picked up solid radio airplay throughout the UK and Europe.
The official lyric video for the Feral Sun track ‘Long Road’
While the quartet’s sound is ripe for FM airwaves packing U.S. chart-toppers, there is so much more to this band. The layered depth of their debut album is evident as hammering drums and throbbing guitar lines, entwined with engaging hooks, masterfully weave their way around your ears. The foursome’s live show is also a rousing force, soon after releasing their Album they managed to secure a Mainstage slot at Hard Rock Hell Festival, along with supporting the mighty SKINDRED on tour during November 2014 throughout the U.K. Now in the writing stage of their Second album, everything is falling into place as the Rocksters battle it out for their place as one of the new breed of Brit Rock bands
Let’s see what Mick Burn’s has to say about Vocalzone!
“I have been using Vocalzone for a long while and have recommended it to a few people along the way, from Band members to Teachers who use their voice a lot.”