Hollow – Naberus

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  • Artist:   Naberus
    Release Date:   June 29, 2018
    Format:   Album (Full Length)
    Total Length (MM:SS):   59:44
    Explicit:   Yes
    Catalog No:   ECLP 9150
    Label:   Eclipse Records
    UPC:   638647915021

    ©2018 Eclipse Records
  • Producer(s):   James Ash, Henrik Udd, Ermin Hamidovic

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  1. Slaves
  2. Space to Breathe
  3. Split In Two
  4. Shadows
  5. Webs
  6. Hollow
  7. I Disappear
  8. The End
  9. Seas of Red
  10. The Maze
  11. My Favorite Memory
  12. Fading
  13. The Burrow
  14. The Depths

Hollow – album overview

Hollow by Naberus features fourteen brand new songs that showcase a significant progression in the songwriting talents of James Ash and Dan Ralph, while also maintaining their roots in the unique style of metal they gained notoriety for. Hollow was mixed by Henrik Udd (Bring Me the Horizon, Architects, A Breach of Silence) and mastered by Ermin Hamidovic (Periphery, Devin Townsend Project). The album covers a wide variety of subject matter as well. From the highly personal “My Favorite Memory” being written about James’ father’s battle with dementia, to the title track “Hollow” which casts a critical light upon the hypocrisy of hate-filled religious leaders during the fight to legalize gay marriage in Australia, the band takes a no holds barred approach to their songwriting. Naberus continues to leave audiences in awe of their energetic and captivating live shows. They continue to capture the power and aggression of their live shows in the studio on their recorded material.

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Hollow – Pres Quotes & Highlights

  • (7/10) – “The Australian underground scene never ceases to amaze me, and Naberus’ Hollow is a prime choice” – Kraykulla
  • “Hollow is a strong album and Naberus should be proud to have gone all the way” – The Rock Pit