Tag: E.B. And The Deadlights

Bootleg: E.B & The Deadlights in Belfast!

Those echoes of a dreamless life continue for E.B & The Deadlights as adorned by corpse paint the outfit played The Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast on 22nd July 2023. The full set is a gift from the band themselves to bring in the new year as well as something of a showcase of the

NEWS: E.B. And The Deadlights refused to fall away…

Serving as a timely reminder of just how good their debut album “Echoes Of A Dreamless Life” is, E.B. And The Deadlights have released a lyric video for “Falling Away” cut from it. An album which was only ever intended to be an EP found a new line up putting their boot print firmly on

NEWS: E.B. & The Deadlights go cinematic with “Hollow Eyes”!

If you missed it, E.B. & The Deadlights have issued a timely reminder of just how good their new record “Echoes Of A Dreamless Life” really is with a music video for “Hollow Eyes“. Following the arrival of their impressive debut EP “Still See Ghosts” in 2021 which opened the doors for support slots with

Review: “Echoes Of A Dreamless Life” by E.B. & The Deadlights

“We never intended on doing an album, but when the song variety continued to grow and we had the tracks written, separating them just didn’t feel right, both flow and concept wise. I wanted to write something that was both fantastical and horrific—the innocence of Peter Pan Vs the madness of Dracula so to speak.”

NEWS: EB & The Deadlights premier “Heaven Into Hell”!

Many bands don’t have the strength to survive the heartbreak of multiple line up changes but for vocalist Ethan Beatie, his band EB & The Deadlights has been his sole focus for so long he was never about to give up on the dream. After the success of debut EP “Still See Ghosts” brought them

NEWS: E.B. and The Deadlights search for hope…

It looks like it’s going to be a huge summer for E.B. and The Deadlights as the band have shared a music video for “Endless Hope“. It’s the first from a 16th June releasing debut album titled “Echoes Of A Dreamless Life” which leaves single “Unmarked Grave” cut adrift as standalone as it follows the very well

NEWS: Every night is Friday night for Vaughanstrosity!

Known for being the bassist of highly praised Belfast shock rockers So Long Until The Séance, Ruaidhri Houston will be releasing his debut solo Metalcore EP “Memes And Dreams” under the moniker Vaughanstrosity on 27th January. The multi instrumentalist is joined by Nømadus drummer Brett Martin for the entire four track affair while Ethan Beatie from