Spire Shards (From the fire in me…)
Crank this to 8.2 of 11
Genre: Post Hardcore
Sounds Like: La Dispute, Drive Like Jehu, Ink n’ Dagger
Homeland: Lille, France
1. Atre (4:33)
Gritty instrumental with elaborate and engaging percussion.
2. Cure (3:36)
Tremendous pain exudes on this track, quick build-up.
3. Ease the pain (5:23) Standout Track
Majestic schilling guitars and one hell of a sad hook, heartfelt and deeply rooted track.
4. Ruined shelter (5:01)
Wild vocals on this track, death metal bellowing, immersed in overcast math rock, creative stuff.
5. Naive letter (3:38)
Gautier onslaught of bass and vocal , powerful ending
Spire Shards second release contains some bold angles and dark reflections.... post hardcore with heavy math rock tilts
Unpolished production and compact fury paint some very unusual sounds, this EP is the perfect length
The EP is the “is a first part of a diptych about how solitude can consume you and that screaming for help is not a failure
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Spire Shards are
Gautier (bass & vocals)
Laurent (guitar & backing vocals)
Aurélien - Dib Bazz (drums)