ERRA Premiere “Divisionary” Video

ERRA have premiered a new video for their new song “Divisionary.” This track is from the band’s new self-titled album, which will be released on March 19.

Jesse Cash said the following about the song:

“It’s a song about our relationship to technology. The song is pretty on the nose and intentionally a bit tongue-in-cheek. It creates a sort of campy parallel between our phones and religion. In the song, technology is God and we are all zealous fanatics of the service it provides, which is a distraction from our immediate realities, which is presence.”

He also added the following about the album:

“It’s clearly an evolution of the same band, it sounds like a record we wrote, but it’s such a big step forward from the last one that it seemed like the perfect time to self-title a record. We wanted to give people who have been following ERRA the sense that we’re starting a new chapter, with something fresh.”

J.T. Cavey continued:

“We’ve always tried to have a balance of classic song structures, intertwined with experimental adventures. This album especially is music written for musicians that also appeals to the masses. There are a lot more breakdowns on this record, but also bigger melodies. The most important thing was to write music we enjoy.”

“ERRA” Track Listing:

01. “Snowblood”
02. “Gungrave”
03. “Divisionary”
04. “House Of Glass”
05. “Shadow Autonomous”
06. “Electric Twilight”
07. “Scorpion Hymn”
08. “Lunar Halo”
09. “Vanish Canvas”
10. “Eidolon”
11. “Remnant”
12. “Memory Fiction”

ERRA Premiere New Song “House Of Glass”

ERRA have premiered a new song titled “House Of Glass.” Jesse Cash commented:

“The lyrics started as a mutation of two ideas: the first being the seemingly heightened sensationalism of suicide over the last few years, the second being partisan ideology paralleled with cult-like zeal. The concept of connecting these two ideas stemmed from my musing over how much depression and suicide could have at least in part been heightened by the polarization of the 2016 election year and onward.”

[via Revolver]

ERRA Sign With UNFD Records, Premiere “Snowblood” Music Video

ERRA have signed a new deal with UNFD Records. With this news, the band have also premiered a new video for their new song “Snowblood.” Jesse Cash commented

“The ‘Snowblood‘ instrumental had a dark intensity to it, so the only lyrics that seemed to fit contextually ended up being some of the darkest we’ve ever written. We wanted to paint a picture of a person’s deteriorating mental health by creating imagery akin to what you’d see in a horror movie. Instrumentally and lyrically, all the key elements of where we’re heading as a band on our new material are there.”

ERRA Appear To Have Finished Recording Their New Album

It looks like ERRA have finished the recording process for their new album. Guitarist Jesse Cash said the following:

“Just got home from the studio last night. I don’t like setting expectations these days, but I have to scratch a minor itch here and just say that this record feels like the best body of work that I have been a part of in my little career so far. But rather than hopping about, rejoicing, talking too much about it, or fixating on expectations, I’ve opted to just sit back and take a deep breath of acceptance about where things are at. As I get older, I’m finding this to be a better way to celebrate. On to the next thing.”

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[via Lambgoat]

Poison The Well, Showbread, Etc. Added To 2020 Furnace Fest

Poison The Well (performing “The Opposite Of December“), Showbread (performing “No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical“), As Friends Rust, and Jeremy Enigk have been added to the 2020 Furnace Fest. That event will take place at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL on September 18-20 and it will also feature: ’68, All Get Out, Andrew W.K., Astronoid, August Burns Red, Avail, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Beloved, Better Off, Bloodjinn, Boysetsfire, Cave In, Codeseven, Comeback Kid, Converge, Counterparts, Defeater, Eighteen Visions, END, ERRA, Evergreen Terrace, Every Time I Die, Few Left Standing, Forever Starts Today, From Autumn To Ashes, Further Seems Forever, Gideon, Glasseater, Haste, Holy + Gold, Hopesfall, Hot Water Music, Knocked Loose, Life In Your Way, Living Sacrifice, Love Is Red, Luxury, Mineral, Misery Signals, Norma Jean, Open Hand, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Shai Hulud, Stretch Arm Strong, Terminal, The Appleseed Cast, The Beautiful Mistake, The Casket Lottery, The Darling Fire, The Judas Cradle, The Juliana Theory, Unearth, Unwed Sailor, Varials, With Honor, and Zao. Tickets can be found HERE.

Motionless In White, Knocked Loose, Issues, Etc. Set For 2020 iMatter Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2020 iMatter Fest. The event will take place at the Chemung County Fairgrounds in Horseheads, NY on August 15 and it will feature: Motionless In White, Knocked Loose, Issues, Red, Escape The Fate, The Plot In You, ERRA, Lionheart, Secrets, Rivals, Downswing, Homesafe, Of Virtue, Ovtlier, Gatherers, Gravebound, and Brotality. Fans can reserve free tickets at eventbrite.com on Friday (February 14) at 10am EST.

Counterparts, Defeater, Etc. Added To 2020 Furnace Fest

Stretch Arm Strong, Counterparts, Defeater, and End have been added to the 2020 Furnace Fest. That event will take place at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL on September 18-20 and it will also feature: ’68, All Get Out, Andrew W.K., Astronoid, August Burns Red, Avail, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Beloved, Better Off, Bloodjinn, Boysetsfire, Cave In, Codeseven, Comeback Kid, Converge, Eighteen Visions, ERRA, Evergreen Terrace, Every Time I Die, Few Left Standing, Forever Starts Today, From Autumn To Ashes, Further Seems Forever, Gideon, Glasseater, Haste, Holy + Gold, Hopesfall, Hot Water Music, Knocked Loose, Life In Your Way, Living Sacrifice, Love Is Red, Luxury, Mineral, Misery Signals, Norma Jean, Open Hand, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Shai Hulud, Terminal, The Appleseed Cast, The Beautiful Mistake, The Casket Lottery, The Darling Fire, The Judas Cradle, The Juliana Theory, Unearth, Unwed Sailor, Varials, With Honor, and Zao.

Gideon, Varials, Etc. Added To 2020 Furnace Fest

Gideon, Varials, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Terminal, Holy+Gold, All Get Out, The Darling Fire, and Forever Starts Today have been added to the 2020 Furnace Fest. That event will take place at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL on September 18-20 and it will also feature: ’68, Andrew W.K., Astronoid, August Burns Red, Avail, Beloved, Better Off, Bloodjinn, Boysetsfire, Cave In, Codeseven, Comeback Kid, Converge, Eighteen Visions, ERRA, Evergreen Terrace, Every Time I Die, Few Left Standing, From Autumn To Ashes, Further Seems Forever, Glasseater, Haste, Hopesfall, Hot Water Music, Knocked Loose, Life In Your Way, Living Sacrifice, Love Is Red, Luxury, Mineral, Misery Signals, Norma Jean, Open Hand, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Shai Hulud, The Appleseed Cast, The Beautiful Mistake, The Casket Lottery, The Judas Cradle, The Juliana Theory, Unearth, Unwed Sailor, With Honor, and Zao.

Bloodjinn, Open Hand, Etc. Added To 2020 Furnace Fest

Bloodjinn, Open Hand, The Judas Cradle, and Love Is Red have been added to the 2020 Furnace Fest. That event will take place at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL on September 18-20 and it will also feature: ’68, Andrew W.K., Astronoid, August Burns Red, Avail, Beloved, Better Off, Boysetsfire, Cave In, Codeseven, Comeback Kid, Converge, Eighteen Visions, ERRA, Evergreen Terrace, Every Time I Die, Few Left Standing, From Autumn To Ashes, Further Seems Forever, Glasseater, Haste, Hopesfall, Hot Water Music, Knocked Loose, Life In Your Way, Living Sacrifice, Luxury, Mineral, Misery Signals, Norma Jean, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Shai Hulud, The Appleseed Cast, The Beautiful Mistake, The Casket Lottery, The Juliana Theory, Unearth, Unwed Sailor, With Honor, and Zao.

Every Time I Die, Eighteen Visions, Etc. Added To 2020 Furnace Fest

Every Time I Die, Eighteen Visions, Avail, Comeback Kid, The Juliana Theory, The Appleseed Cast, Astronoid, and Andrew W.K. have been added to the 2020 Furnace Fest. That event will take place at the Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL on September 18-20 and it will also feature: ’68, August Burns Red, Beloved, Better Off, Boysetsfire, Cave In, Codeseven, Converge, ERRA, Evergreen Terrace, Few Left Standing, From Autumn To Ashes, Further Seems Forever, Glasseater, Haste, Hopesfall, Hot Water Music, Knocked Loose, Life In Your Way, Living Sacrifice, Luxury, Mineral, Misery Signals, Norma Jean, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Shai Hulud, The Beautiful Mistake, The Casket Lottery, Unearth, Unwed Sailor, With Honor, and Zao.