NEBERU To Release Debut EP

NEBERU To Release Debut EP

German progressive metallers NEBERU will release their debut EP, "Impulsions", on December 24 through Famined Records. The EP features "seven mind-blowing tracks that rip apart the standard for any progressive metal band and establish a new foothold," according to a press release.

"Impulsions" takes listeners on a furious whirlwind of gut-wrenching guitars to the eccentric power of drums topped with the lyrical domination of lucid story telling.

The EP opens up with a sad soul clinging to life, asking for help from anyone that is listening, only to find nothingness. "Impulsions" then delivers the full force of a relentless onslaught to the listeners ears.

The song "Alleviate" features a guest appearance by Kyle Anderson from THE AFTERIMAGE and CENTURIES APART. Kyle delivers the lyrical emotion that has brought THE AFTERIMAGE to the steps of musical genius to "Impulsions".

"Impulsions" track listing:

01. Blacklight
02. Whitelight
03. Autoconstant
04. Decompressed
05. Alleviate (feat. Kyle Anderson)
06. Extrinsic Lucidity
07. Impulsions

You can stream the first single, "Decompressed", in the YouTube clip below.

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