The Royal frontman Sem Pisarahu has released a vocal cover of August Burns Red’s ‘Invisible Enemy‘ You can check out his take on the track below.
‘Invisible Enemy’ appears on August Burns Red‘s new album “Phantom Anthem” which will be released on October 6 via Fearless Records.
The Royal is a band that takes the best of a wide variety of subgenres in metal and presents a fresh and unique cross-over into today’s scene, released their very first label record “Seven” on Long Branch Records in march 2017. After forming the band late in 2012 these 5 ambitious young men began writing and recording songs DIY and displayed incredible promise through songs that showcase poignant and powerful writing.
They self-released their EP, “Origins”, in 2012 and their single, ‘Blind Eye’, in 2013, followed by their first full-length “Dreamcatchers” in 2014, also self-released. In the course of this release they played supportshows for acts like Architects and Breakdown Of Sanity and gained attention at festivals like Jera On Air and Impericon Festival. This band fuses metal, groove and melody and delivers it in an advanced manner. This, combined with their flowing and thoughtful lyrics and their stellar live performance, shows that The Royal is a force to be reckoned with.
“Seven” is released worldwide March 31st through Long Branch Records. The album contains 10 brand new tracks, including the singles ‘Wildmind’ and ‘Seven’.
Our review of “Seven” can be found here.
The band is comprised of: Semuel Pisarahu – Vocals, Dick Liefting – Guitar, Pim Wesselink – Guitar, Loet Brinkmans – Bass, Tom Van Ekerschot – Drums.
Aug 26 – Emscherdamm, Oberhausen, Germany
Oct 28 – MoreCore Festival 2017, Jungle Club, Cologne, Germany