Emphatic – Remember Me
Labels: Epochal Artists Records
Number of Tracks: 1
Total Time: 3:00
From the Album: Another Life
Formats: Alternative, Active Rock
Available Date & Time: July 17, 2013 09:00 AM ET
Impact Date: July 30, 2013
Emphatic is back with
the hard rocking first single
from the band’s sophomore album
In stores and online everywhere
Through Epochal Artists Records
Omaha, Nebraska based hard rockers, Emphatic have announced a September 17th release date for their sophomore album Another Life with Epochal Artists Records /Capital Music Group. The album will be the first to feature new frontman Toryn Green, who was previously the singer of multi-platinum rock band FUEL and was the touring vocalist for Finnish cello rock band Apocalyptica.
"This band has seen its share of difficult situations and for me I was the guy that had to decide to give up or fix what was broken. Music is in my blood so giving up isn’t an option," says guitarist Justin McCain.
"After making that decision to continue we found Toryn and he was everything I’ve ever wanted in a frontman. The record is a reflection of the trials and tribulations we went through as a band over the past couple of years."
Produced by Emphatic guitarist Justin McCain with Co-producer Ryan Greene at Validus Recording Studios in Los Angeles, Another Life showcases Emphatic’s newfound sense of maturity and creative firepower as they belt out a powerful dose of groundbreaking hard rock. Rejuvenated creatively, the band is now firing on all cylinders with a line-up that matches the intensity of their songs. Another Life is filled with gigantic hooks, powerful melodies and is an inspiring triumph over adversity.
Emphatic are best known for their major label debut album "Damage", which produced the hit single "Bounce", and shot the album onto the Billboard Heatseekers charts at #9. The album was produced by Howard Benson (Three Days Grace, Halestorm), and featured A Perfect Circle’s Josh Freese playing drums on the record. From there, the band went on to take part in the Carnival Of Madness Tour alongside hard rock heavyweights Theory of a Deadman, Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, and Adelitas Way.