We are so excited to premiere this new track from a new band called Climaxes. The group features Evan Brewer on bass, a guy we've been a big fan of since his days in Reflux (which also featured Tosin Abasi of Animals As Leaders and Ash Avildsen, owner of Sumerian Records). Evan has been putting out some stellar work, including his 2011 solo album release Alone, last year and his work on the recently released album from The Faceless, Autotheism. Now, he's working on a new project called Climaxes with drummer Alex Rüdinger, and vocalist Barry Donegan (Look What I Did).
The band describe themselves as "an organic, limitations-free collaborative project." This is a project that the band is working on in their personal time, and they are not signed, they just wanted to put some music out there. This track is mixed by Dustin Miller of Audio Aggregate Recordings and was inspired by and written right after the Egypt revolution began in Tahrir Square. This song features a guest appearance by vocalist Natalie Nee. Take a listen into Climaxes:
Let us know what you think in the comments. You can follow Climaxes on Facebook and check out another demo they released recently below: