Imperishable shares teaser for debut single Exclusion Continuum. Imperishable is a side project created by Brian Kingsland (Nile/Enthean), Alex Rush and Tommy Harrison. Grinding black metal/grooving death metal from the southeast.
Imperishable is a brand new extreme metal band out of South Carolina. Created by NILE guitarist Brian Kingsland, they are off to a solid start with plans to release the EP Revelation In Purity. Before presenting the final cut, the band is teasing fans with a snippet of their upcoming debut single, Exclusion Continuum. The track will be dark, aggressive, and catch the overall feel of the forthcoming EP, which summons riffs molded around power rather than flash. No overthinking, just pure unadulterated metal.
«From a compositional standpoint, Imperishable’s mission is to deliver material that is dark and aggressive, yet, memorable. In my opinion, we achieved that objective with Exclusion Continuum. says Kingsland».
Joined by Alex Rush (bass) and Tommy Harrison (drums), the trio is determined to deliver ferocious material while retaining memorable hooks. Grinding, yet, groovy this mindset allows the group to focus on what inspires them; head banging compositions.
Brian Kingsland (Nile/Enthean), writes the majority of the music, plays guitar and takes up vocal duty, The band is from South Carolina, the band was started as an outlet for Kingsland’s musical ideas that didn’t necessarily fit with his other bands; the predominant influences are the darkness of black metal and the power of death metal; namely, Emperor, Angelcorpse, and Morbid Angel.
The writing process for the band varies between the songs, Kingsland is always writing, tracking ideas with a growing repertoire waiting to be refined. With accommodations for musical personalities and influences, the song takes shape, with Kingsland’s lyrics adding the final touch. Lyrical themes are generally up to listener interpretation, but largely positive, confident and have some real-life application thrown in.