Thursday, November 10, 2016

HOLLOW EARTH + Echoes and Dust

"A concept album with a well mapped narrative... Nearly every track has a strong melodic guitar line running through the sturm und drang of Hollow Earth's almost sludgy attack... A fantastic, propulsive energy that draws you in... It's stirring stuff."
–Echoes and Dust

"Moody, tribal, and groovy... One of the finest metallic hardcore acts on the scene today."

"Dead Planet is soaked in heavy, and drips with beauty..."
–Metal Injection

Hollow Earth unveils newest track "The Harbinger of Existence" today via Echoes and Dust.

Taken from the band's upcoming new sci-fi concept album, Dead Planet, "The Harbinger of Existence" is a glowing slab of Hollow Earth's monolithic Neurosis-core, evoking visions of adventure in the outerspace void.

Listen, here:

Dead Planet comes out December 2nd on Good Fight Music.

Produced by Misery Signals' Greg Thomas, the album features guest appearances by  Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder, and Tad Doyle of Tad, and John Pettibone of Heiress. 

Photo by Jacki Vitetta