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Eternal Blue

Spiritbox

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Boosted by an extended rollout that was prolonged by a global pandemic, Vancouver alt-metal outfit Spiritbox made their grand entrance onto the metal main stage with their chart-topping debut full-length, Eternal Blue. Home to the radio hit "Holy Roller," the LP is a nu-metal-meets-djent riff-fest that balances vocalist Courtney LaPlante's vocal gymnastics -- which veer from angelic highs to visceral lows -- with the band's wall of muscle. While late-era Evanescence is definitely a touchstone, fans of TesseracT, Deftones, and Meshuggah will have plenty to enjoy, especially with tracks such as the swirling "Circle with Me" and the haunted title track. Upon release, the set topped the U.S. Rock charts and debuted just outside the overall Top Ten.
© Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo

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1
Sun Killer
00:03:47

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

2
Hurt You
00:03:46

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

3
Yellowjacket (feat. Sam Carter)
00:03:18

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Sam Carter, FeaturedArtist - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

4
The Summit
00:03:57

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

5
Secret Garden
00:03:39

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

6
Silk In The Strings
00:02:57

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

7
Holy Roller
00:02:53

Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Production - Michael Stringer, Composer, Engineer, Guitar - William Crook, Composer, Bass - Spiritbox, MainArtist

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2020 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records Inc.

8
Eternal Blue
00:03:59

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

9
We Live In A Strange World
00:02:48

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

10
Halcyon
00:03:40

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

11
Circle With Me
00:03:53

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals - Spiritbox, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc.

12
Constance
00:04:30

Jens Bogren, Engineer - Courtney LaPlante, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals - Daniel Braunstein, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer - Michael Stringer, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass - Bill Crook, Composer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Spiritbox, Composer, MainArtist - Zev Rosenberg, Drums

© 2021 Pale Chord Music, LLC under exclusive license to Rise Records, Inc. ℗ 2020 Pale Chord Music under exclusive license to Rise Records (US) LLC

Album Description

Boosted by an extended rollout that was prolonged by a global pandemic, Vancouver alt-metal outfit Spiritbox made their grand entrance onto the metal main stage with their chart-topping debut full-length, Eternal Blue. Home to the radio hit "Holy Roller," the LP is a nu-metal-meets-djent riff-fest that balances vocalist Courtney LaPlante's vocal gymnastics -- which veer from angelic highs to visceral lows -- with the band's wall of muscle. While late-era Evanescence is definitely a touchstone, fans of TesseracT, Deftones, and Meshuggah will have plenty to enjoy, especially with tracks such as the swirling "Circle with Me" and the haunted title track. Upon release, the set topped the U.S. Rock charts and debuted just outside the overall Top Ten.
© Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo

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