Articles tagged with: InMe
Since forming under the name Drowned in 1996 (they changed their name to InMe on signing to Music For Nations in 2001), InMe jettisoned from playing venues as small as the London Barfly to the much-missed London Astoria within an alarmingly short time, supported by the kind of dedicated fanbase that most bands can only dream of. Through four studio albums and endless tours they have suffered highs and lows but have always been stubbornly focused on progressing musically and the heavy, yet melodic technical layers of 2009’s ‘Herald Moth’ album saw them hitting a peak in phase one of their career. Thus, now seems like the right time to asses that band’s work so far with the September 27th release of ‘Phoenix – The Best Of InMe’ through Graphite Records.
Here’s the new video for ‘Single Of The Week’ from Essex Rockers InMe. The single will be out on August 31st!
InMe return with their fourth album, ‘Herald Moth’ this August on Graphite Records. An album that reveals a band who have matured and shaken off the early ‘emo’ trappings of their 2003 debut.
First single from Herald Moth, ‘Single Of The Weak’, is a real hybrid of sounds from early ska rhythms to metal, whilst other tracks ‘All Terrain Vehicle’ reveals Dave McPherson’s vocals at the top of his game, and similarly ‘The Art of Moderation’ and ‘Happy to Disappoint You’ reflects his under rating as a guitarist for the more …