Bringing their explosive sound to stages across Britain this March and April, Sheffield’s (UK) alt/metal-core outfit ‘Inherit The Stars’ release details of their ‘Beyond The Beacons’ UK Tour.
Since delivering their genre pushing and acclaimed debut album ‘We Were Made To Walk The Skies’ in 2013, the South Yorkshire quartet now featuring Daniel Jefferys (Vox), Chris Brayshaw (Guitar) Lewis Wild (Bass) and Theo Egginton (Drums) have continued to maintain the bands presence as one of Britain’s finest emerging and innovative rock/metal acts.
Returning to collaborate with producer/mixer Jim Pinder (Treehouse Studios, UK) during 2014, the band took their amalgamation of metal, post-hardcore, pop -punk, alternative rock and electronica – one step further to create their ‘Beyond The Beacon’s EP. With the EP’s release receiving acclamation and support from the likes of Kerrang! Radio, Big Cheese and Rock Sound Magazine etc, Inherit The Stars have evolved from being regional underground heroes to ploughing their way to fast becoming an established act, both within the UK and beyond.
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27th March, Lincoln Imp, Scunthorpe,
28th March, Lounge 41, Workington,
29th March, O’Riley’s, Hull,
31st March, The Shed, Leicester,
1st April, Corporation, Sheffield,
2nd April, The Bierkeller, Manchester,
3rd April, Dublin Castle, Camden,
4th April, The Green Room, Stevenage,
8th April, Social Bar, Doncaster,
9th April, The Roadhouse, Birmingham, (with A Higher Demise & Circle Of Reason)
10th April, The Carlisle, Hastings, (with Circle Of Reason)
11th April, Alma Inn, Bolton,
12th April, Portland Arms, Cambridge,
About Inherit The Stars:
With an innovative style that’s entirely their own, Inherit The Stars are the latest giants rising from the depths of the Sheffield music scene. No strangers to hard work, these four lads share a dream of success that they are determined to make a reality, with endless amounts of talent and willpower on their side.
They bring together memorable guitar riffs, a symphony of strings, drums like a thunderstorm, and extraterrestrial synths, creating a force of sound that grips you by the ears and demands that you sit up and listen.
Unlike many new bands of today, Inherit The Stars refuse to be tied down to one genre of music. On both their debut album and their new E.P., you can find metal tracks side by side with potentially classic pop songs, both written and recorded with expertise. As varied as their tracks are, they still carry that unique Inherit The Stars mark; they drive home a will to succeed, and a need to better the human race as a whole.
The name “Inherit The Stars” encompasses everything the band believes in. Fascinated by Space and the world we live in, the messages in the band’s songs range from the problems in the way our world is run and the way we run ourselves, to the wonderment of our existence and our place in the universe.
The band have maintained a strong partnership with esteemed producer Jim Pinder, and together they continue to evolve their songs until they’re the best they can possibly be, with no aspect of detail left without scrutiny.
Poised to conquer the music world with carefully crafted and original songs, Inherit The Stars are a ticking time bomb, and it seems inevitable that before long, they will explode onto the music scene and will refuse to leave quietly.
Photo by C. Simmons.