Indian/American progressive metal band Skyharbor released a stunning new lyric video for their new single “Dissent” today exclusively, via Revolver Magazine. The band had previously released a music video for “Dim” last month via Alternative Press Magazine.
“Dissent is a really interesting track for us,” says vocalist Eric Emery. “It’s sort of a throwback to all of our metal influences from our youth blended with the skyharbor sound. It’s a bit of an outlier on the record stylistically, but it has definitely turned into one of our favorite songs.”
Skyharbor will release ‘Sunshine Dust’ on September 7, 2018, via Entertainment One (eOne)/Good Fight Music. Keshav adds, “It’s taken almost four years and it’s been a real labor of love, but we’re thrilled to finally get this record out there to our fans. We’re incredibly stoked on these songs and have really dug in deep to explore and represent what we truly feel is the Skyharbor sound.”
The all-new LP, ‘Sunshine Dust’ was, recorded in Australia with renowned producer Forrester Savell. ‘Sunshine Dust,’ the band’s nearly four years in the making third full-length album, delivers on the atmospheric and emotional promise of their earlier material, with breathtaking tectonic shifts between a wall of sound ambiance and groove.
On ‘Sunshine Dust,’ the immersive wall of sound Skyharbor first perfected in the studio environment, while as polished and precise as ever, shines with a new almost analog warmth, born of the kind of collaborative camaraderie that only happens when musicians trust each other enough to experience growth. This is music filled with empowering inspiration and sweeping passions, a supernatural slice of transcendent sonic indulgence.
Skyharbor erode the boundaries between traditional hit making structures and technicality dexterity with grace and poise, employing the gentle force of the changing of the tides, in all of its stealthily bombastic earth shaping might.
3. Out of Time
4. Synthetic Hands
5. Blind Side
8. Ugly Heart
9. The Reckoning
13. Sunshine Dust