Credit: Ember Twin
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Credit: Ember Twin
Ember Twin consists of William Ember and Mikael Ember.
Two multi-instrumentalists that handle everything from writing to recording to production.
The latest EP is inspired by our modern society, the stress it brings, as well as all the violence we see around us on a daily basis. During the recording the band went out and recorded samples from the outside world. People talking, children playing and screaming. The idea was to try to catch life as it was happening on the outside and to try to give the songs a more human element.
The EP is a mixture of synth pop and industrial metal that takes the band into new territory. This is also the first time in the band’s history that a song features a duet, the track Violent World, with Erin Lynn.
The band released their debut EP, Postmortem Superstars, as Armless Alice through Sliptrick Records in 2013 and became known for their catchy, but heavy, songs and energetic live shows. The band performed on Rock Bitch Boat with bands like Skitarg and BatAAr.
In 2017 the band released their first full-length album, In Shapes, as well as 3 music videos. The first single, God In The Radio, got featured as the intro theme to a Youtube show as well as played on the Swedish radio channel DistFM. Several of their songs have made it to Spotify playlists.
By 2018 the band rebooted themselves by changing their name from Armless Alice to Ember Twin.
2018 is already planned with the upcoming EP and a music video scheduled for release in the coming months, as well as writing and recording new music for their next album. Plans are currently in motion for several shows in Sweden.
2013- Postmortem Superstars (Digital)
2017- In Shapes (Digital)
"The ambition to convey the right feeling can be compared to the will of the big bands to be more than a regular live show.
A must for everyone who's into Marilyn Manson or Nine Inch Nails" - (iloveundergroundbands.blogg.se)
"A band I think will make it far." - (Sweden Metal)
"This screams potential! These are the stars of the future!" - Metalwrath.com