FELLAHIN FALL Releases Goth Metal Beast “Urbana”
New Video For “Grey Morning” Out Now!
Brooklyn goth metal band, FELLAHIN FALL, have taken the global stage with their brooding new EP, “Urbana,” out today! Melding elements of gothic metal and darkwave, the quintet has carved out an ominous sound that’s heavy, incredibly memorable and deeply affecting, recalling legends like Type O Negative and Paradise Lost across 4 songs, including previously released singles “The Parting” and “Bury Me.”
Commenting on the record the band states:
“‘Urbana’ is an EP that pivots Fellahin Fall towards a more intimate and personal direction. At moments, it’s whimsically tongue-in-cheek, and at points more crushing and raw. Drawing heavy inspiration from the legacy of gothic bands hailing from Brooklyn, this EP seeks to anchor listeners to a distinct place and moment in time. Every track is crafted to evoke emotions, bridging the gap between the past’s haunting melodies and the contemporary Urbana of NYC.”
Today, FELLAHIN FALL has also revealed a new music video for the song “Grey Morning,” which can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA1IPsGwb0I
“Urbana” Track List:
1. Grey Morning
2. The Parting
3. Bury Me
4. Everything I Touch Turns To Gold (Then To Coal)
FELLAHIN FALL’s new EP, follows their 2020 full-length debut, “Tar a-Kan,” and further explores the band’s signature “urban doom” sound, a gloomy fusion of doom metal with a modern and urban sonic aesthetic. In addition to the singles “The Parting” and “Bury Me,” the EP also features a cover of Woods of Ypres song, “Everthing I Touch Turns To Gold (Then To Coal)” (produced by Drewsif).
Fans can catch FELLAHIN FALL on stage at upcoming East Coast gigs this fall.
FELLAHIN FALL Tour Dates:
Nov 24 – Middletown, NY – Quinz Pinz
Nov 25 – Wallingford, CT – Cherry Street
About FELLAHIN FALL:
Fellahin Fall is a gothic-industrial metal band born out of the crushing urbana of Brooklyn, New York. Atavistic yet post-human, Fellahin Fall tells tales of an atomized man’s yearned escape from the Metropolis.
Formed in 2019, their debut album ‘Tar a-Kan‘ (2020) captivated critics and listeners alike. Metal Injection praises it as a “specific brand of gothic doom is the perfect soundtrack to a chilly, overcast morning,” while Metal Sucks lauds “A Fading Whisper” – the album’s gripping opener – as “…lumbering, billowing music with anguished, rotund vocals and haunting hooks to create something that’s sure to burrow under your skin. Seriously: you’re not gonna be able to shake this one off easily, and if your hair isn’t already jet black, it will be by the time this track is done. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.” No Clean Singing has called the music as something that will “pound the back of your neck, but its darting keyboard tones and sweeping synth layers vividly spawn images of an isolated electronic entity in the midst of a vast and barren landscape.”
Anticipation builds for their forthcoming EP, “Urbana,” slated for release in Fall 2023. Mixed and Mastered by Kevin Antreassian (The Dillinger Escape Plan). This new release dives deeper into the 21st century, showcasing an innovative sound which they’ve dubbed as ‘Urban Doom’ – a gloomy fusion of doom metal with a modern and urban sonic aesthetic.
Having shared the stage with the likes of Swallow the Sun, Wilderun, Abigail Williams, and recently Fires in the Distance, Fellahin Fall’s lineup features songwriter Nodar Khutortsov, Patrick Reilly of Tengger Cavalry, drummer Eugene Bell and rhythm guitarist Raphael Pinsker of Fin’amor, and the bassist Mark Morrill.