Dreamcatcher Aenimus

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
22.02.2019

Label: Nuclear Blast

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Metal

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  • 1Before the Eons04:42
  • 2Eternal05:15
  • 3The Ritual06:26
  • 4My Becoming (Bonus)03:25
  • 5The Dark Triad04:39
  • 6Between Iron and Silver07:09
  • 7The Overlook04:38
  • 8Caretaker (Bonus)05:53
  • 9Second Sight04:20
  • 10Day Zero04:30
  • 11Dreamcatcher03:12
  • Total Runtime54:09

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Mit einem prall gefüllten Arsenal an technischen Skills und bereit diese auf die Welt loslassen, haben die aus der Bay Area stammenden AENIMUS einen einzigartigen und progressiven Musikstil entwickelt, der bereits begonnen hat, in der Heavy Metal Szene weite Kreise zu ziehen. Für langjährige Fans von Bands wie DREAM THEATER, FALLUJAH, SUICIDE SILENCE und DESPISED ICON, sind AENIMUS eine Ansammlung moderner, einzigartiger und transzendenter Klänge, fähig, sich weiterzuentwickeln und zu verändern, aber auch mit der Beharrlichkeit, die in dieser schnelllebigen Zeit notwendig geworden ist.

Ursprünglich 2011 gegründet, hat die Band gebührend Zeit damit verbracht, ihr erstes Werk zu erschaffen, zu schreiben und aufzunehmen, das sie dann selbstständig unter dem Namen »Transcend Reality« am 6. August 2013 veröffentlichten. Für Aufnahmen, Mixing und Mastering war der Produzent/Ingenieur Nick Botelho (Deadly Remains, Hatchet, The Kennedy Veil) in den NB Recording Studios in Santa Rosa, CA zuständig. »Transcend Reality« enthält 13 Tracks und einen Gastauftritt von Sänger Eddie Hermida (ALL SHALL PERISH, SUICIDE SILENCE) in dem Song ‘Heavy Lies the Crown’, wodurch es sich die sofortige Aufmerksamkeit von Metalheads weltweit verdiente, die auf der Suche nach etwas Neuem und Interessanten waren, zu dem man Headbangen könnte.

AENIMUS waren die beiden darauffolgenden Jahre ständig auf Tour an der Seite von Bands wie RINGS OF SATURN, I DECLARE WAR und ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS. Während sie ihren Sound immer weiter entwickelten, durchlief die Band einige Veränderungen in ihrem Line-Up und begann nach einer erfolgreichen US-Tour, eine feste Fangemeinde um sich zu scharen. Die Zeit war reif für AENIMUS, die Arbeit an ihrem zweiten Album zu beginnen.

Bereit, es am 22. February 2019 vor den Ohren der Welt zu enthüllen, präsentieren AENIMUS ihr zweites Full-Length-Werk: »Dreamcatcher«. »Dreamcatcher« ist ein Boden erschütterndes Konzeptalbum mit 11 Tracks, die sich um sehr wichtige und faszinierende Themen der modernden Gesellschaft drehen: Horror-Geschichten. Stark von Büchern und Filmen wie THE SHINING, THE DEAD ZONE, IT und den Stories von HANNIBAL beeinflusst, ist das Album auf eine Weise geschrieben, die diese Thematiken nicht nur in den Lyrics reflektiert, sondern auch in der Musik selbst, indem sie die Momente, Emotionen und Gedanken der Charaktere dieser klassischen Geschichten darstellt; also etwas, auf das sich ein wahrer Metalhead und Horror-Liebhaber freuen kann. Das Album enthält auch Gastauftritte von Mike Semesky (INTERVALS, THE HAARP MACHINE), Jamie Hanks (I DECLARE WAR), Brian James (FALLUJAH), Sims Cashion und Leonardo Guzman; Für Mixing und Mastering war Jamie King (BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, THE CONTORTIONIST) verantwortlich.

Der Frühling 2019 bringt auch eine aufregende Zeit für AENIMUS mit sich, wenn sie Teil der ‘DEATH… Is Just The Beginning 2019 USA’ sein werden, als direkter Support für die Co-Headliner HYPOCRISY und FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE!

“Ich persönlich bin deswegen schon sehr aufgeregt. Es wird schön sein, wieder auf Tour zu sein und HYPOCRISY & FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE jede Nacht live zu erleben. Wir freuen uns auch darauf, für eine lange Zeit unterwegs zu sein und Canada ein bisschen besser kennenzulernen!“ kommentiert der Bandgründer Seth Stone.

Alex Green, vocals
Sean Swafford, guitar
Jordan Rush, guitar
Seth Stone, bass
Cody Pulliam, drums




Aenimus
is a progressive, extreme metal band formed in CA. The band released their debut album, Transcend Reality in 2013, engineered by Nick Botelho of NB Recording. Aenimus takes elements from the best in extreme and progressive metal and seamlessly blends them together into one cohesive crushing debut album. Having been compared to the likes of Whitechapel, Veil of Maya, All Shall Perish, Born of Osiris and more, the 5 piece metal juggernaut from the Bay Area in Northern California has incorporated all of their collective influences and have managed to create an album that is so much more than the sum of its parts.

Alex Green
Since a very young age I enjoyed listening to music, appreciating the abundance of sounds people could create with various instruments. Hearing how far an artist could push their vocal limits fascinated me. I found myself listening to different genres to experience new feelings and vibes. It wasn't until later that I started enjoying anything "heavy". The first metal show I ever experienced was watching my brother play for a Michigan based metalcore band "Still Remains". That show was the starting point where I knew I wanted to be in a band and play this kind of intense music. After three or four failed attempts at starting a band I was messaged by Michael Bocock, guitarist for Crescent City Deathcore band As Death Comes Calling to do vocals. My fifth show with ADCC landed me in Eureka, California opening up for Aenimus. The members of the two bands clicked amazingly and eventually did our first tours together in April of 2013 and then again January of 2015. Shortly after I was asked to audition as their frontman. After some audition videos I finally got a call from bassist Seth telling me that I would be added to the roster. I could still not be anymore excited to have the opportunity to write and preform next to some of the most talented musicians I know, and am extremely excited to see what the future holds for us.

Sean Swafford
I was most inspired by friends to pursue music. I wasn't always into metal, but once I heard As I Lay Dying, Thrice and Killswitch Engage I was hooked. I then got into the other genres of metal and found All Shall Perish's album, Awaken the Dreamers. That album changed everything for me. I was later recruited by their ex-guitarist Chris Storey to start a band with him called Smashface. We recorded one album and after several failed attempts at touring we called it quits. I was then approached by Aenimus to join them and here I am. I believe in this band and the people that are in it. I am excited for the future and cannot wait to tour the world.

Jordan Rush
As a child I grew up around a wide array of music ranging anywhere from Metallica to Sanatra to Chick Corea. The heavier side of music appealed to me the most in my younger years. As I got older I was introduced to Dream Theater and that changed my perspective of what was possible in terms of composition, and my affinity for music pushed me to pick up an instrument. At the age of 12 I started playing the drums, eventually learning every Dream Theater song I could. By the age of 18 I had to part ways with the kit but still had to play so I borrowed my friend's acoustic guitar and never put it down. Learning Coheed and Cambria to Avenged Sevenfold and eventually finding my way towards bands such as Atreyu, As I Lay Dying and Killswitch Engage. Years later I would rediscover my love for Prog Metal with the likes of Protest The Hero, Between the Buried and Me, Periphery and Animals as Leaders, who also influenced my decision in getting an extended range guitar...and ever since then I've been playing a 7 string, it's made its way to my primary instrument and I couldn't imagine life without it now.

Seth Stone
Music has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Growing up I was the kid that was always singing a song, no matter where I went, what I was doing I always had a song in my head. From the moment my parents got me my first bass I surrounded myself with music, I literally tried to make it my life. After high school I knew music was my passion and it was my dream to pursue it as a career. With the support of my family and friends that is exactly what I am now doing. I'm so excited and thankful to be in a band with such talented musicians and can't wait to show you what we have in store for the future.

Cody Pulliam
Music has been my passion since middle school when I picked up my first bass. A few years after that I found my love for drums and haven't put the sticks down since. When I heard The Black Dahlia Murder and Job For a Cowboy I was fascinated by the speed at which these drummers were playing, and knew that was how I wanted to play. From there I started a band with my friends called Hail The Artilect, based out of Portland, Oregon. We began to play shows in Portland, one of those shows opening an Aenimus tour. A while down the road, they expressed interest in me as a drummer and eventually everything fell into place. I am always looking for ways to improve, new techniques and perfecting my playing. I am very excited to see what comes of Aenimus in the future!



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