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The Weak's End

Intense emotion, layered vocal melodies, and resonant hardcore stylings combine to form the sound of this power-rock six piece, Emery. The self-funded recording of their debut album, "The Weak's End," at Black Lodge Studios in Eudora, Kansas spanned just 16 days. Alongside Ed Rose (Get Up Kids, Appleseed Cast), Emery put down songs that are both intricate and forceful; their message, resolute and meaningful. The album literally bubbles over with the kind of musicianship that threatens to invent a new genre of music, while all along holding fast to passionate beliefs in love, faith and hope. Not bad for these big-hearted southern-bred boys.

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First appearances can be quite deceiving, like the ethereal synths that introduce “The Cheval Glass”—opening track on Emery’s We Do What Want. After these initial few moments of calming serenity, listeners are rocketed onto a jarring collision course with some of the most pummeling music the band has ever recorded, quickly turning into a white-knuckle thrill ride destined to have fans holding on tight. It doesn’t let up much from there.

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Toby Morell - Vocals , Guitar
Matt Carter - Guitar
Josh Head - Keyboard
Dave Powell - Drums