Phinehas has just released a new song titled Enkindler. The song is an accoustic one and is taken from their upcoming EP The Bridge Between, which will be released next month January 8th via Red Cord Records. The song can be streamed below.
Last month the band issued the following: For the past year amidst 25 weeks of touring we have been working on something very special for all of you that comes straight from our hearts and our passion for music of all genres. It consists of 4 unplugged/acoustically arranged (3 of them from “thegodmachine” and one of them being brand new) songs, and 3 full band tracks that did not make the final cut of “thegodmachine” (1 of them has never been heard before) due to the album being 50 minutes long as it is.
We are so excited to share these songs with you as it will give you a clearer window into us as musicians and songwriters. Collectively we enjoy a vast amount of music ranging from Brand New to Born Of Osiris, so hopefully this will show you that “range” in our songwriting, taste, and ability.
The artwork for The Bridge Between EP was the original piece of art that made our jaw drop when we initially met the insanely talented Trent Tieso. As you know he went on to piece together the haunting artwork of thegodmachine. The cover of The Bridge Between EP is a real painting/mixed media piece and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we do!
With this news, we wanted to release a song for your ears’ enjoyment, so here it is Panhammer. The song can be streamed below.
God bless all of you and thank you so much for your support over the years! Share this around!
Ps. “We need a hero, not a politician!”
Dec 21 Kuppajoe’s, Fresno, CA
Dec 22 The Edge Church, Lancaster, CA
Sean McCulloch – Vocals
Jason Combs – Guitar
Bryce Kelley – Bass
Lee Humerian – Drums
Phinehas – The Godmachine [CD Review]
‘Phinehas’ New Music Video Released For ‘Crowns’ [May 2012]
‘Phinehas’ Releases New Music Video For ‘My Horses Are Many’ [Oct. 2012]
‘Phinehas’ To Release New EP ‘The Bridge Between’, New Song ‘Panhammer’ Available [Nov. 2012]