Pre-order the digital version of Final Coil’s debut album via Bandcamp now (iTunes & Spotify released on 23/06/2017) and get ‘Corruption’ straight away!
You waste my time’ is the epic second single to be released from Final Coil’s forthcoming debut album ‘Persistence of Memory’, which is set to be released worldwide via WormHoleDeath Records. Mixed by Wahoomi Corvi of Real Sound Studios and mastered by Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna), ‘Persistence of Memory’ is a richly varied album that provides the perfect introduction to the band.
An energetic track, ‘You waste my time’ showcases the band’s more experimental side with synth drums, intricate vocal harmonies and deftly interwoven guitar lines all drawing the listener towards a pummelling finale that blazes with unexpected fury. A perfect example of the band’s dynamic and ever-evolving sound, ‘You waste my time’ pulses with energy and yet retains the melodic depth that sits at the core of the band’s song-writing.
The video, captured by Jay Hillyer (Cabin Boy Jumped Ship) sees Final Coil continue to seek out creative and talented individuals with whom to work, having previously collaborated with Andy Pilkington (Flotsam and Jetsam) on the stunning lyric video for ‘corruption’, and the result is a beautifully rendered clip that captures the raw energy of the band’s live performance and adds a darkly cinematic edge reminiscent of clips by A Perfect Circle, Alice in Chains and Soundgarden. Filmed at Palmers Garden Centre in Enderby (during working hours, much to the bemusement of staff and customers alike), the clip provides what will be, for many, a first glimpse of Final Coil.
‘Persistence of Memory’ is to be released digitally on June 23 (with a US release of July 14 and on CD on Sept 22, with a Japanese release scheduled for Nov 29 via WormHoleDeath Records.
Phil recently had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Bernadette Barter of Indie Views. In a wide-ranging talk, Phil discusses the formation of Final Coil and the band’s place in the wider music industry. you can check out the piece here.
Exclusive interview with SkullBangerMedia Metalzine
Final Coil’s lead singer / guitarist Phil Stiles was interviewed by Carla Morton for Finnish webzine SkullBangerMedia last week. The exclusive and detailed interview covers the band’s trip to Italy to record at Real Sound studios and the astonishing artwork created by Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art. You can check it out here:
Final Coil are proud to announce their involvement with Imperative PR, who will be handling the promotion for the band’s debut album, ‘Persistence of memory’, which is due out digitally on 23/06/17 and physically on 22/09/2017 via WormHoleDeath Records. Imperative are a professional and well-known company whose work with bands as diverse as Thus Defiled and De profundis makes them the perfect home for Final Coil.
Check out the band’s page with Imperative here.
Final Coil are delighted to announce that they will be taking part in the Leicester Metal 2 the Masses Semi Final 1 alongside Blood Oath, My Legacy and Ubiquitous. The event also has a special guest headliner in the form of Two Tales of Woe and promises to be yet another sell out night at Leicester’s esteemed Firebug Bar. Final Coil will be airing new tracks from the forthcoming debut album ‘Persistence of memory’ as well as a few live favourites and are hoping to progress tot he final with a chance of playing Bloodstock Festival.
Digital release date : 23rd June 2017 (Wormholedeath/The Orchard)
U.S.A : 14th July 2017 (Wormholedeath U.S.A.)
CD release date : 22nd September 2017 (Aural Music Group)
Japan : TBA (Wormholedeath Japan/DiskUnion)
4. You Waste My Time
6. Failed Light
7. Spider Feet
8. Lost Hope
9. Moths To The Flame
10. In Silent Reproach
Final Coil are pleased to announce that they have progressed to the quarter finals of the Leicester Metal 2 the Masses competition. Playing against stiff competition, the band delivered a ferociously heavy set drawing upon material from their two, currently-available EPs (2011’s Live with doubt and 2015’s Closed to the light), as well as from their forthcoming debut album. Thus far, the band have remained guarded about the record, but the live tracks previewed suggest a focus upon vocal harmonies and taut, edgy riffs. You can read a review of the night here.
The band are now gearing up for their quarter final, which will be held at Leicester’s Firebug venue on April 9th. You can see the event page for the heat here.
On April 7th the band are also set to lay waste to The Arches venue in Coventry where they will open the well-respected Mosh Against Cancer festival. Also playing that day are Pelugion, The Darkhorse and Dakesis, who headline the night. Not only an event in support of a great cause, Mosh Against Cancer is a showcase for the very best in UK talent and Final Coil are very excited and proud to be a part of it.
Check out the full line up below.
2016 has been a remarkable year for Final Coil. Following the release of the ‘Closed to the light’ EP in 2015, the band has been working hard behind the scenes to write a full-length debut album and we’re proud to announce that, finally, we are entering the studio. Yesterday morning, the whole band flew out to Italy to spend three weeks at the respected Real Sound Studios, the same studio in which both CreTura and The Way Of Purity recorded. Featuring eleven songs, the album expands upon the experimentation of ‘Closed to the light’ whilst still offering up the trademark powerful riffs and twisted harmonies that have been at the core of the band’s sound since the start. We’ll be updating from the studio and sharing more details in the coming weeks, but we’d like to start by thanking all those that have supported us this year and we hope that you’ll join us on the next stage of our journey. x
Final Coil will be opening for symphonic extreme metal band CreTura when they play Leicester on Sunday. CreTura, who recently released their acclaimed album ‘Fall of the seventh Golden Star’ (reviewed by our good friends at SonicAbuse here) via WormHoleDeath records, are playing just a few dates in the UK, so this is set to be a very special and intimate show.
Check out this cool clip from the album:
The bill is rounded off with London’s ‘Immortal Machinery’ (you can find out more here) who previously played at Leicester’s Shed venue. A dark and uncompromising band who recorded alongside Megadeth’s Glen Drover, Immortal Machinery are a passionate and creative band and we’re proud to share a stage with them once again.