and thunderous guitars while the soaring choruses are often cleansung
and anthemic. Add in their emotional lyrical content and you've got a
sound that is instantly recognisable.
After the release of their unanimously well received EP ‘’Catalyst’’ the band gained a lot of attention among both
devoted rock and metal fans as well as reaching a more mainstream
After playing three aftershows for Muse in Amsterdam in early
'16, the band gained airplay on national radio and was even crowned
'3FM Serious Talent.'
So far the band have racked up a pretty decent résumé with some
impressive gigs, hosting the aftershows for the likes of Nickelback, Bring
Me The Horizon, Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat, and even supported
Sixx A.M. and Nothing More . Their then released single 'King of Second
Chances' quickly turned out to be a crowd favorite resulting in massive
singalongs and helped them increasing their fanbase, a fact illustrated
by already been streamed more than 500.000 times on Spotify.
On their debutalbum "Kill The Ego" Life's Electric explores new horizons
varying from heartfelt clean singalongs to even the most brutal
breakdowns whilst staying catchy as fuck.