On Monday, I recommended that horror synth fans check out M. Akers. Today I’m going in a different direction by aiming my suggestion at fans of bands such as Tool, Russian Circles, Katatonia, and similar post/progressive rock/metal bands. However, there’s also dashes on industrial rock, a lá Nine Inch Nails, so be prepared for some eclectic music!
Today’s recommendation is Canada’s Gustavo De Beauville, who last month released a new album entitled Volume 1, which you can stream in full below. De Beauville has garnered a lot of acclaim with his work in The Unravelling and their album 13 Arcane Hymns, which won an Alberta Metal Award. Volume 1 is solely De Beauville, even recording, producing, mixing, and mastering.
Head on down to check out the music!
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