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Atlas : Empire The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet Self Released December 7, 2018 By Mindy Stevenson, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Atlas : Empire

The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet

Self Released

December 7, 2018

By Mindy Stevenson, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

 

Progressive Alternative band Atlas : Empire is due to release their new debut full length album titled “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet” on December 7th. This will be their 4th album (3 previous EPs) since their establishment in 2011. Appropriately named, their new album has a celestial sound to it that reminds me of Incubus.

 

Altas : Empire has toured in the UK, Europe and more recently Canada. Original members Steven Gillies & Jamie Sturt are joined by bassist, Robert Hasebe, to bind together this cosmic album. Though I feel that Atlas : Empire lacks a kind of wow factor I think that this album feels more cohesive and solid than the last EPs. The guitar work in this album is beautiful, especially in the seven minute song “Gethsemane” (which is complete with some wonderful piano at the end). “Hostess” is probably my favorite song off this album. Everything from vocals, instrumental and heaviness appeals to the kind of aggressive chill vibe of the rest of the album.

 

Atlas : Empire has produced an album that is glued with beautiful instrumental and chill vibes for a weekend unwind. Overall the album is definitely worth a listen if you are a fan of early Incubus, early Thrice, or Minus the Bear.

 

https://atlasempire.bandcamp.com/ 

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