Every Hour Kills are about to release their new EP titled ‘Fragile Machine’ on July 6th, 2018, it explores the questions of what comes next in human evolution. What does it mean to be a human, if consciousness can be stored in a machine?

The artwork depicts an enormous server cube floating in space, after the technological singularity, which contains mankind’s digitized minds living forever in an infinite dream created from code. The material christened ‘Scorecore’ by the band, ranges in dynamics and will resonate with fans familiar with heavy weights such as Soilwork, Amaranthe, and In Flames.

Embracing the mentality of a collective art project, the core members ex-Divinity guitarist Alan Sacha Laskow (ENDITOL, the Order of the Gray, Walk As Chaos), bassist Brent Stutsky (ex-Breach of Trust, ex-Death Valley Dolls), along with vocalist Jerrod Maxwell-Lyster (ex-Out of Your Mouth, ex-Autobody, ex-the R.A.C.E.) pulled together an insanely talented cast of collaborators including: Guest Vocals by Andrew Ivashchenko (Shokran), Renny Carroll (Flux Conduct), Jonathan Thorpenberg (The Unguided), David Chunn (Vallite) and Mark Haggblad (Unveil the Strength). Guest Guitar Solos by Andy James, Mattias IA Eklundh, Daniele Gottardo and Paul Wardingham
Additional Guitar Production by Carson Slovak (August Burns Red, Everclear)

Tell us about the history of the band?

We met on the assembly line at the Fleshlight Factory and really hit it off.

How would you describe your music?

Modern Melodic Metal or “ScoreCore”

What are your influences/ musical heroes?

Dream Theater, Meshuggah, Death / Cynic, Satriani / Vai & Morbid Angel

What record are you currently listening to?

Dance Gavin Dance

What are your current thoughts on the music industry?

I try not to think about it

What advice would you give to someone starting their own band?

Make music because you love it, don’t seek out success or the ‘business’ or anything else, and just have fun with it.

What are your future plans?

Keep creating

About The Author

Always on the lookout for new music, Jo has an eclectic taste from 80's synth pop to black metal. Music creates many emotions and memories for Jo, using it as a soundtrack to her life. She en devours to absorb music, using it to inspire her creative works.

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