Empress AD – formerly known as Empress – have confirmed the launch of debut album Still Life Moving Fast on September 1 via Roadrunner Records.
Empress AD get moving
They cite Floyd, Crimson, Mastodon and Opeth as influences on debut album due in September
They've been honing their tracks on the road during tours with Arcane Roots, Kvelertak, Baroness, Cancer Bats and others. And now they're ready to unveil their ten-track studio project, which they say is influenced by Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Mastodon and Opeth.
The results are described by Roadrunner as "an album for the ages" and add: "Soothing and utterly crushing in turn, Empress AD's music juxtaposes gentle harmonies with frantic ferocity; relaxed strumming followed by thrash beats, time signature changes and other meanderings that you’ll just have to find out about for yourself."
Still Life Moving Fast is available for pre-order now. View the video for lead track Blurred Perception below. The band play Hevy Fest at Port Lympne on August 15-16.
- Still Life Moving Fast
- Invisible Conductor
- Delve Into The Retrospect
- Deeper In Disguise
- From Where I Cannot Reach
- On My Return
- Blurred Perception
- Haunted By Time
- Did We See