Northern Vancouver deathcore sextet AngelMaker has released “Dusk,” the latest in a series of two-track EPs. Highlighting the new release is new track and video “What I Would Give.” Find the EP on streaming platforms here.
Vocalist Mike Greenwood said: “In our lifetime everyone experiences loss in some way or another, the weight of death and grief can weigh heavy and leave an impression that lasts forever. ‘What I Would Give’ is about just that. It is one of our most emotionally driven songs to date. It speaks about the loss of loved ones and the idea that we would do anything to have them back in our lives. The song is sad but beautiful and is an homage to the ones we have lost.”
The two tracks on “Dusk” follow previous two-track EP releases “Twilight” and “Dawn,” which spawned lead singles and videos “Vengeance” and “Creator’s Conscience,” and featuring B-side tracks “Eating the Body Of God” and “The Great Grey Flame.” Between them, the two releases have clocked up 586,510 cross-platform streams and 166,000 YouTube views.
AngelMaker crafted this new music with producer Tim Creviston (Spiritbox, Misery Signals, Vultures). It was mixed and mastered by Will Putney (Thy Art Is Murder, Knocked Loose, Every Time I Die).