Incase you’re wondering why the headline doesn’t match the artwork, much to our surprise Ukrainian female fronted Alternative Metal act Chasing Embers have changed their name to Kthona. They may not have said why by you can bet your bottom dollar it will be for legal reasons. In tribute to their past, they have recorded
Ah the remix. Love them or hate them they seem to still remain a thing and sometimes even get called “re-interpretations”. “Drown With Me” by Chasing Embers has been given the remix treatment by Gedogen with the female fronted band from the Ukraine receiving some critical acclaim for their October released “Beckoning Call“…
Filmed on the Ukrainian “Sweet and Violent” tour and directed by Vladyslav Pospolitak, female fronted Chasing Embers have shared a video for “High Stakes”. It’s from their album “Beckoning Call” which we reviewed a couple of months back. Alternative Metal at its finest and with Jinjer putting the region firmly on the Metal Map, we
Ukraine’s Chasing Embers unveiled “Beckoning Call” with a little bit of help from Half Life Promotions a few weeks back. The female fronted band, who are now on tour in their homeland have shared a making of featurette for their music video “Spiritual”. Check out our review of the album, you know, if you’ve got
Formed in Kyiv Ukraine by drummer Vladyslav Pospolitak, guitarist Alexey Hrankyn and vocalist July Tallina who were joined by second guitarist Oleksandr Zahorulia and bassist Vladyslav Kachanovskyi, Chasing Embers are an alternative metal with sincere lyrics and unique atmosphere. 2017 saw their debut single “Badtrip” released. Autumn of the 2018 was marked with their first
Another Ukrainian export are Alternative Metallers Chasing Embers who will share the debut full length record “Beckoning Call” on 3rd October! Here’s a full pro-shot set from them at The Volume Club in Kiev on 24th October last year, which includes their debut single “Badtrip”.
Ukrainian alternative metal band Chasing Embers have released a music video for new song “Spiritual” taken from their upcoming debut album “Beckoning Call”. Perhaps taking inspiration from Quentin Tarantino and “Pulp Fiction”, it’s the second music video in collaboration with director Alex Katerynchuk and sees the musicians play fictional characters with separate story lines which