Solitary Martyr EP

by Deathwhite

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Brian P Leer
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Brian P Leer Already like the band after few listens and I know it will grow on me. When a band mentions Katatonia, Paradise Lost, Alcest and Anathema as influences and those are all my favorite bands, it certainly sparks my interest. Very good to hear American music like this. The Pittsburgh area has certainly put itself on the map in recent years with it's metal output. Thank you for sharing your talents and I look forward to your future releases. Favorite track: Solitary Martyr.
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kayla0 so good! Can't wait for "For a Black Tomorrow" Favorite track: Only Imagined.
Oliver Schiller
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Oliver Schiller If you like Katatonia in the early 2000 just listen to it. This EP brings back good memories to me. Favorite track: Vain.
Stéphane Gallay
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Stéphane Gallay Deathwhite nous régale avec un métal mélancolique à la Katatonia de haute tenue. Solitary Martyr a beau être un EP d’un peu moins de vingt-cinq minutes – pour cinq pistes entre quatre et cinq minutes – il offre de la qualité.
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nidefatt This album is amazing, aggressive, but also regretful. The lyrics have their moments of fist bumping, but overall I have no idea what the guy is singing about. All I know is, I can listen to this for hours nonstop. Favorite track: Solitary Martyr.
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    Very limited quantity available, the Solitary Martyr CD version (jewel case) includes the entire 2014 Ethereal EP as bonus tracks. Features full artwork from Jérôme Comentale.

    1. Pressure
    2. Suffer Abandonment
    3. Vain
    4. Solitary Martyr
    5. Only Imagined

    Bonus tracks:
    6. Ethereal
    7. When I (Wasn’t) You
    8. Give Up the Ghost
    9. Silenced
    10. Feeding the Illusion
    11. A Burden to Carry

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A year after the release of their well-received debut Ethereal EP, dark metal outfit Deathwhite has returned with the Solitary Martyr EP.

The product of increased focus on vocal melodies and hooks, Solitary Martyr displays a keener sense of depth and versatility than its predecessor. Recorded by Brette Ciammara at Studio 344, the production is more robust, as are the riffs, retaining a feel and flare akin to the bands that were so crucial inspiring Deathwhite in the first place.

Solitary Martyr will be self-released by the band in August of 2015. A special, limited edition version of the album will be made available on CD, with the aforementioned Ethereal EP tacked on as bonus tracks.


released August 14, 2015

Recorded in March- May 2015 at Studio 344, under the supervision of Brette Ciamarra

Mixed and mastered by Brette Ciamarra

Artwork and design courtesy of Jérôme Comentale, aka Pyrogas.


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