Far From Refuge Announce New EP

Far From refuge Announce New EP

Far From refuge Announce New EP

Diverse Brit prog metal crew, FAR FROM REFUGE, lay down a significant marker in the form of their blistering new EP, False Flag, which lands on Friday 19th July.

Ever since their formation eight years ago, FAR FROM REFUGE have continually captivated audiences with a barrage of exhilarating live performances and a hefty stream of deeply immersive releases. Coming at you from Cambridge, UK, the progressive quartet navigate the boundaries of modern metal, intricately amalgamating an eclectic mix of engaging influences to create a formidable sound that challenges and excites.

Far From refuge Announce New EP

Their self-titled debut EP, which arrived in 2019, balanced aggression and dynamism against melodic reprises, and was followed by a string of powerful & distinctive singles. Complemented by an array of evocative music videos that showcase their diverse style and passion for their art, FAR FROM REFUGE have now cemented their place in the UK’s thriving alternative scene. As well as amassing much-warranted success for their recorded work, the band have also cultivated a strong fanbase for their live set which has been widely noted for its high energy, visual stimulation, and vibrancy.

FAR FROM REFUGE are poised to step up further with the release of their compelling new EP, False Flag. The band remark: “These songs have their roots in progressive metal, but our diverse influences combined heavily during the creative process. You'll find elements of punk rock, metalcore, melodic death and more across the record. We put a lot of heart into these tracks and can't wait for people to connect with this concentrated dose of Far From Refuge’s music.” From beginning to end, the release is immensely captivating and is a must for any fan of progressive music.

With so much abundant quality on display, FAR FROM REFUGE are poised for continued success and increased acclaim throughout the global metal scene.

‘False Flag’ EP track listing:

1. Daybreak
2. Ghost of Eros
3. False Flag
4. Whitemane
5. Carcass

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