Jon Sinfield of UK alt-metal band MEMORIST recently spoke to Pete Bailey on Primordial Presents, in the interview they spoke about Jon’s love for electronic music, how the band has yet to play a live show due to the pandemic and plans for 2022.
As well as hearing the interview with Jon, you can also hear the world exclusive of their brand new single ‘ONI’ (Plays from 16:50) from their debut EP ‘ONI//KIJO’ which will be released on Year Of The Rat Records on the 12th November 2021.
MEMORIST – so named due to frontman Jon’s inability to forget – are a six-piece alternative metal outfit that craft powerful emotional journeys for the listener, through Jon’s personal experiences and perceived injustices. Layered in satisfying atmospheric textures and driving choruses, MEMORIST are experts in creating tension only to explode into a salvo of memorable melodies and lyrics to identify with.
Influenced by the likes of Deftones, Northlane and Hans Zimmer, and having already garnered a wealth of recognition from fans, industry and contemporaries alike, the band have featured on live streams from Tesseract’s Dan Tompkins and Fit For a King’s Ryan Kirby and have over 1.9 million combined YouTube views across their five music videos, and approximately 2.3 million streams on Spotify alone (with a monthly listenership of over 100,000 active fans).
MEMORIST recently announced signing to upcoming UK based label Year Of The Rat Records and have previously released the singles ‘The Empiric’, ‘Second Sequence’ ‘Kijo’ and ‘Slither’. The band will release their debut EP on 12th November 2021.
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