Irish based metal act Following The Signs are proud to announce that their debut EP “Far From Over” will be out on 18/10/2019 via Too Loud Records/Wormholedeath.
“Far From Over” has been mixed and mastered by Riccardo Daga at Titans Lab Recording Studio.
“Far From Over” is the debut Ep of Following The Signs released via Too Loud Records, it is the follow up to their 2017 self titled demo, From the beginning it’s highly noticeable how the bands style and sound have grown in a short time with Songs like “The Dead Don’t Lie” “Reflections” and “Withdrawn” being great examples of the new influences of writing and includes a new found aggression and rhythm to the band, “everything seemed to just click the more we went through these songs and I think each of us had our own problems and issues over the course of time in life or other aspects and we pushed through the boundaries of whatever emotion we were feeling whether it’s anger, being lost in your self it really formed the foundations and by the time we were done we had something immensely suited to what we wanted to do” –Dan Hayes
The new Ep is the perfect combination of brutality and groove, with heavy riffs and obscure lyrics!!
4. The Dead Don’t Lie
5. Devil in disguise
6. Say goodbye
“Say Goodbye” Single Status
“Say Goodbye” is the first single from the new Ep “Far From Over” the song projects the emotion of how coping through rough patches of life you find yourself questioning all the moves you’ve made or people that may have steered you wrong all based from the lyrics it shows a darker perspective of what someone’s mind can think and how these emotions can switch up and make you a different person and how you learn to let go”
Following The Signs are a metal band coming out of Cork City Ireland the band has been together since 2017 and was founded by front man Dan Hayes they released their first self titled Ep in in 2017 which consisted of four tracks with heavy distorted guitars and heavy drum beats with a raw voice the band quickly. Grabbed the attention of the local metal scene and was quick to get the name around being featured on Irish metal archive, burning metal Ireland, cranium titanium metal radio show and alt night radio, with their single to light a fire also getting a slot on the “urban assault festival” a metal showcase of Irish bands. In the country the band hopes to strive with their high ambitions and heavy music. The band wishes only to grow as time goes on and they don’t show any signs of stopping with two guitars a bassist drummer and a vocalist following the signs believe they can amount to great things.