Call Of The Siren Pull Listeners Into A Metalcore Typhoon With Video For “Hollow”

Edmonton’s Call Of The Siren Pull Listeners Into A Metalcore Typhoon With Video For “Hollow”

Rising from the depths of Edmonton, Canada, Call Of The Siren is a metalcore group featuring Brandy Black on vocals, RJ Bevis and Chuck Matthews on guitars, Francisco Martin on drums, and Dave St. Pierre on bass. Entrancing and heavy, they draw in fans with layers of melodic riffs and harmonious clean vocals, before delivering crushing breakdowns and screaming vocals with no mercy. They have a new music video out for the single “Hollow”, which they comment on:

“It was the first song we wrote with RJ and Chuck writing together. RJ wrote this song in memory of a friend that he lost to suicide, and the lyrics were written to fit the extremely sensitive topic, written from the perspective of someone who feels like they can’t go on. We’ve poured a lot of our time over the past few years to write and refine these releases. We are hoping it’s the best Call of the Siren has ever put out there.”

“Hollow” is catchy and heavy, with perfect ebbs and flows that take you through a whirlwind of emotions. It is easy to get lost in different moods throughout the single, as the band careens through soprano vocals before descending into heavy turmoil. As with most bands, they have progressed over time along with their music, which has gotten heavier and more melodic as it matures.

Assembled in late 2017, their sound comes from a unique forge of musical influences, which are evident in the new single. They are recommended for fans of Lamb of God, After the Burial, and Polaris.

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Song produced by Call Of The Siren
Mixed & mastered by Chuck Matthews
Vocals recorded by Diego Fernandez at Oracle Recording Studios
Piano by Jeff Black
Lyric Video created by Brandy Black

Call of The Siren is:
Vocals: Brandy Black
Guitar: RJ Bevis
Guitar: Chuck Matthews
Bass: Dave St.Pierre
Drums: Francisco Martin
Programming: Chuck Matthews

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