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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Alt Rock/Metal Band Follow Me Dark Shows Off A Range Of Styles With The Release Of Their Debut EP “S

Grass Valley-based Alt Rock/Metal band Follow Me Dark packages their first four singles in their debut EP “Stars Collide”. Not too shy to push the limits of genre, “Stars Collide” includes a range of haunting, groovy & anthemic tracks. Collecting “As She Feeds”, “Entwined”, “Ancient Ones” and the title track “Stars Collide”, fans are in for a treat when they hear the dynamic progression of growth from the fall of 2019 to now. Gritty guitar riffs paired with soaring vocals has coined them an energy that is truly larger than life. Modern psychedelic grooves and metal attacks win over fans of Alice In Chains, Deftones, Muse and many more. Intricate textural interludes & melodic choruses are delivered by band members Stephen Kozak (vocals/guitar), Sean Batinic (guitar), Elliott Grove (bass), and Jim Boots (drums). Beloved in the Grass Valley area, Follow Me Dark is soon to become a household name.

Weaving in and out of organic harmonies and emotional breakdowns, the EP remains compelling from beginning to end. “There’s a tension in the music that reflects the tension of the times,” says vocalist Stephen Kozak, “and I think the question we want to ask our audience is, can you face the outer darkness as a reflection of something internal? In other words, can you embrace the darkness that is a part of you and everyone else?” Hence…’Follow Me Dark’. Sharing a strong interpersonal dynamic, the band easily taps into new and undiscovered dimensions, widening their appeal to an array of engaged listeners. Benefitting from a big hearted grass roots following, the bands progressive approaches to songwriting are quick to turn heads. Their EP “Stars Collide” is now available for streaming on all platforms.

Be sure to follow Follow Me Dark on Facebook & Instagram today!

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