Fires In The Distance Release Second Album: Air Not Meant For Us

Fires In The Distance, the Long Island-based melodic death/doom band, has recently released their second album “Air Not Meant For Us.” The sophomore effort is a combination of heavy, atmospheric soundscapes and haunting melodies that create a unique listening experience for fans of the genre. The album has received rave reviews for its ability to transport listeners to another realm, and the band is now embarking on a tour to bring their music to fans across the country.

Fires In The Distance Release Second Album

Fires In The Distance, formed in 2017, has been making waves in the metal scene with their unique blend of melodic death and doom. The band’s debut album “The Echo of the Flames” was released in 2019 and received critical acclaim for its dark and epic soundscapes. Now, the band has released their second album “Air Not Meant For Us,” which is sure to solidify their place in the metal world.

“Air Not Meant For Us” Out Now

“Air Not Meant For Us” was released on September 18, 2020, and features nine tracks of heavy, atmospheric metal. The album is a journey through dark and haunting soundscapes, with each track building on the last to create a seamless listening experience. The band has cited influences such as Insomnium, Swallow The Sun, and Katatonia in creating the album’s unique sound.

Long Island Band’s Sophomore Effort

Fires In The Distance hails from Long Island, New York, and consists of vocalist Kristopher Stankowski, guitarists Chris Dreisbach and Matthew Lowe, bassist Rafael Medina, and drummer James Krall. The band’s sophomore effort “Air Not Meant For Us” showcases their growth as musicians, with each member bringing their own unique style to the album.

Combines Melodic Death and Doom

“Air Not Meant For Us” is a unique combination of melodic death and doom metal, with each track featuring heavy riffs, haunting melodies, and atmospheric soundscapes. The album’s sound is reminiscent of classic melodic death metal bands such as In Flames and Dark Tranquillity, but with a darker, doomier twist.

Reviews Laud Album’s Atmosphere

Fans and critics alike have praised “Air Not Meant For Us” for its ability to transport listeners to another realm. The album’s atmospheric soundscapes and haunting melodies create a sense of unease and tension that is rarely seen in modern metal. The band’s ability to combine melodic death and doom metal has also been praised, with many citing it as a highlight of the album.

“Air Not Meant For Us” Track Listing

“Air Not Meant For Us” features nine tracks, each one building on the last to create a cohesive listening experience. The track listing is as follows:

  1. The Climb
  2. The Grove
  3. Chained to the Earth
  4. Sight
  5. The Architect
  6. The Gift
  7. The Pain of Breathing
  8. In the Silence
  9. The Roar

Album Artwork Reflects Bleak Tones

The album’s artwork, created by artist Caelan Stokkermans, reflects the bleak and haunting tones of the music. The image features a solitary figure standing on a barren landscape, with dark clouds looming in the distance. The artwork perfectly captures the sense of unease and tension that permeates the album.

Fires In The Distance Begin Tour

Now that “Air Not Meant For Us” has been released, Fires In The Distance is embarking on a tour to bring their music to fans across the country. The tour will kick off on October 22, 2021, in New York City and will make stops in cities such as Philadelphia, Chicago, and Denver.

Fires In The Distance’s second album “Air Not Meant For Us” is a unique blend of melodic death and doom metal that is sure to appeal to fans of the genre. The album’s atmospheric soundscapes and haunting melodies create a sense of unease and tension that is rarely seen in modern metal. With the band now on tour, fans will have the opportunity to experience the music live and see for themselves why Fires In The Distance is one of the most exciting metal bands around.

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