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AZURE EMOTE Employs Members Of MONSTROSITY & DEATH For Prog Metal Madness

This might be the coolest thing you hear today.

AZURE EMOTE 2 web [photo by Ron Vento]

Azure Emote is the project headed up by vocalist Mike Hrubovcak (Monstrosity, Hypoxia, Divine Rapture) joined by guitarist Ryan Moll (Rumpelstiltskin Grinder, Total Fucking Destruction) and drummer Mike Heller (Fear Factory/Malignancy). The band will release their brand new record The Third Perspective on March 6 via Selfmadegod and you are absolutely not going to want to miss it. Check out our premiere of the new song "Three Six Nine" below, which features insane instrumentation and first-ever recorded trumpet performance by bassist Kelly Conlon of Death.

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Here's what Hrubovcak had to say about the song.

“Three Six Nine” is a violent celestial wormhole experiment of a song. Transcend through dimensions on this sonic journey of musical exploration. The song is influenced by Nikola Tesla’s “key to the universe” theory and its relation to mathematical physics in Cosmology.We want to release this track, which features the first ever recorded trumpet performance by Kelly Conlon of Death.

Aside from the aforementioned, The Third Perspective also features vocals from Melissa Ferlaak (Therion, Plague of Stars, Echoterra, Aesma Daeva), violins from Pete Johansen (Sins of Thy Beloved, Tristania, Morgul, Sirena), keyboards by Jonah Weingarten (Pyramaze, We Are Sentinels, Teramaze), guest guitars on “Loss” by Mark English (Monstrosity, Deicide), and guest guitars on “Dark Realms” and “Solitary Striving” by Bob Davodian (Divine Rapture, Randall Flagg).

The Third Perspective was recorded and mixed by Ron Vento at Nightsky Studios (Aurora Borealis, Imperial Crystalline Entombment) and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios (Edge Of Sanity, Bloodbath, Witherscape), and completed with artwork by Hrubovcak's own Visual Darkess (Megadeth, Six Feet Under, Avenged Sevenfold, Cattle Decapitation, etc.)

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