ERRA & PhaseOne Premiere “World Unknown” Music Video

ERRA and PhaseOne have premiered a new video for their collaborative track “World Unknown.” You can check that out below:

PhaseOne commented:

“Compositionally, this is one of my favorite songs I’ve written. It flows so seamlessly between the metal and electronic sections and all around is such a powerful and emotional track! This was especially fun to write because Jesse from ERRA had a lot of hands-on work in the writing process, coming over to my studio to track some guitars and vocals. It felt like a REAL collab, compared to my usual process of writing everything and finding a vocalist.”

ERRA’s Jesse Cash added:

“When I realized Graeme and I both lived in L.A., I suggested meeting up in person to try and write something together from scratch. We were really excited by the idea of doing a true collaboration versus simply adding vocals to a pre-composed instrumental. I met him at his studio and just messed around on guitar a bit before we landed on a riff that we could build a song out from.

Graeme kind of blew my mind with his efficiency and speed in creating exciting electronic layers. It completely shaped the momentum of the song. We accomplished what we hoped to, which was a song that properly incorporated both of our individual styles into a cohesive marriage. From that point, adding vocals was quick and natural.

JT [Cavey] and I basically ended up rolling with the first draft of the melodies and patterns you hear in the final version.”

ERRA & PhaseOne Team Up For New Song “World Unknown

ERRA and PhaseOne have joined forces for a new song titled “World Unknown.” You can check that out below:

PhaseOne commented:

“Compositionally, this is one of my favorite songs I’ve written. It flows so seamlessly between the metal and electronic sections and all around is such a powerful and emotional track! This was especially fun to write because Jesse from ERRA had a lot of hands-on work in the writing process, coming over to my studio to track some guitars and vocals. It felt like a REAL collab, compared to my usual process of writing everything and finding a vocalist.”

ERRA’s Jesse Cash added:

“When I realized Graeme and I both lived in L.A., I suggested meeting up in person to try and write something together from scratch. We were really excited by the idea of doing a true collaboration versus simply adding vocals to a pre-composed instrumental. I met him at his studio and just messed around on guitar a bit before we landed on a riff that we could build a song out from.

Graeme kind of blew my mind with his efficiency and speed in creating exciting electronic layers. It completely shaped the momentum of the song. We accomplished what we hoped to, which was a song that properly incorporated both of our individual styles into a cohesive marriage. From that point, adding vocals was quick and natural.

JT [Cavey] and I basically ended up rolling with the first draft of the melodies and patterns you hear in the final version.”

ERRA Premiere “Pull From The Ghost” Video

ERRA have premiered a new video for their latest single “Pull From The Ghost.” Vocalist Jesse Cash commented:

“Our fans exceeded our expectations over the summer by making our headliner the success that it was. The shows were such a blast, and we were documenting video of them every night. After digging through hours of footage, we comprised this video. For the people who came out, we hope the video may do for you what it does for us, which is to ground us back in that moment when we were a part of it. For everyone else, we hope you’ll come be a part of the next one.”

We Came As Romans Announce U.S. Tour With ERRA & Brand Of Sacrifice

We Came As Romans have announced a headlining U.S. tour. ERRA and Brand Of Sacrifice will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

01/19 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr Smalls
01/20 Philadelphia, PA – TLA
01/21 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
01/22 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
01/24 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
01/25 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
01/26 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
01/27 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
01/28 Orlando, FL – House of Blues
01/30 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
01/31 Austin, TX – Empire
02/01 Dallas, TX – House of Blues
02/03 Phoenix, AZ – The Nile
02/04 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
02/05 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
02/07 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
02/08 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
02/10 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
02/11 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
02/13 Lawrence, KS – Granada
02/14 Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater
02/15 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
02/17 Columbus, OH – The King of Clubs
02/18 Detroit MI, – St. Andrew’s Hall

ERRA Announce European/UK Tour With Silent Planet, Invent Animate, & Sentinels

ERRA have booked a headlining European/UK tour for next year. Silent Planet, Invent Animate, and Sentinels will open.

Tour Dates:

02/24 Köln, GER – Essigfabrik
02/25 Hamburg, GER – Gruenspan
02/27 Stockholm, SWE – Fryshuset Klubben
02/28 Copenhagen, DEN – VEGA
03/01 Berlin, GER – Hole44
03/02 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
03/03 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
03/04 Prague, CZE – Rock Cafe
03/05 Vienna, AUT – Szene
03/06 München, GER – Backstage
03/07 Milan, ITA – Legend Club
03/08 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
03/09 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
03/11 Leeds, UK – Styluses
03/12 Glasgow, UK – Garage
03/13 Manchester, UK – Club Academy
03/14 Birmingham, UK – The Mill
03/15 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
03/16 Bristol, UK – SWX
03/18 Antwerp, BEL – Kavka
03/19 Tilburg, NET – 013

ERRA Premiere New Song “Pull From The Ghost”

ERRA have premiered a new song titled “Pull From The Ghost.” You can check that out below:

Vocalist Jesse Cash commented:

“The song is told from the perspective of a kidnapper hoping his captive will choose to stay willingly, but ultimately deciding to free them when that doesn’t happen. The captor/captive dynamic spawned from the idea that relationships are too often means of ensnaring others to be subject to one’s own insecurities. I feel that to bury your insecurities in another person is to hold them as a kind of captive.

The song touches on consequently missing out on opportunities of meaningful connection by comparing present partners to past ones and never moving forward openly. What can’t be found in the present is pulled from memories of the past, and acceptance of the present is never reached. The captor chooses to be alone rather than subjugate another person to this cycle. It’s ultimately a song about a tendency to overanalyze in pursuit of perfection, which while bearing many merits, can also result in instances of self-sabotage.”

ERRA Announce North American Tour With Alpha Wolf, Thornhill, & Invent Animate

ERRA have announced a headlining North American tour. Alpha Wolf, Thornhill, and Invent Animate will open.

Tour Dates:

07/15 Birmingham, AL – Zydeco (no Thornhill)
07/16 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (Heaven) (no Thornhill)
07/17 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum (no Thornhill)
07/19 Houston, TX – Warehouse (Studio)
07/20 Dallas, TX – Trees
07/22 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
07/23 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
07/24 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
07/26 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
07/27 Roseville, CA – Goldfield Trading Post
07/29 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
07/30 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
07/31 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
08/02 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
08/03 Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
08/05 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
08/06 Columbus, OH – KEMBA! Live (ERRA only) (feat. Beartooth, Silverstein, & The Devil Wears Prada)
08/07 Detroit, MI – The Shelter
08/09 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
08/10 Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
08/11 Montreal, QC – Fairmount Theater
08/12 Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
08/13 New York, NY – Gramercy Theater
08/14 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
08/16 Pittsburgh, PA – Enclave
08/17 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
08/19 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater
08/20 Nashville, TN – Basement East

Guitarist Sean Price Announces His Departure From ERRA

Guitarist Sean Price has announced his departure from ERRA. A replacement has yet to be revealed.

Price commented:

“Hello everyone

It is time I break the news that I will no longer be playing with ERRA. I dedicated ten years of my life to the band, so this is incredibly bittersweet. Sweet because in the years leading up to now, my life has evolved in ways I could have never imagined, and I am happier than I ever have been. Bitter because it is sad to say goodbye.

However, this is not a sad departure. It is simply a new chapter for the band and me. Touring has felt more difficult part due to the recent pandemic. An already tough career choice seems only to get more challenging, but that’s why the band needs your support more than ever. I am ERRA’s biggest fan. You have no idea what the music and playing for you all did for me and my life. I am eternally grateful to all fans and my bandmates, whom I love very much. – Sean”

The band added:

“We support Sean 100% and he supports us moving forward. I know it may seem sudden, but this actually happened in November and was something we were all aware of on our shows in December and through the rollout of our Deluxe.

Sean played in ERRA for nearly 10 years and the memories we’ve shared together will always hold meaning for all of us. Being in a band is tough and time and again disrupts friendships, so it is with massive relief for all of us to be announcing this departure as a group of bestfriends. We wish nothing but the best for Sean in all the exciting things he has going on in his life. Nothing but love for our brother @literallyseanprice”

ERRA Release Cover Of Muse’s “Stockholm Syndrome”

ERRA have shared their cover of Muse‘s “Stockholm Syndrome.” This track is from the deluxe edition of the band’s self-titled album, which will be released on March 18.

Jesse Cash commented:

“The first time I heard Muse‘s ‘Stockholm Syndrome‘, I thought, ‘This song is begging to be covered by a metal band. It has aggressive riffs, soaring vocals, keyboard arpeggios, and a big ending breakdown. It has all the necessary materials to be contextualized into an ERRA song.

The chromatic guitar octaves in the verses also left me a lot of room to play with some chromatic groove riffs in the style of Meshuggah. I realized as long as I maintained the root notes of those original octaves, I could kind of be as creative as I wanted during those verses. I also adjusted the original tuning from Drop D to Drop E and tuned the guitar down an entire octave to make the song low, heavy, and more akin to the range ERRA generally tunes in.”