Everything changes. Survival depends on adaptation. In order to move forward, you must take the best of you and supplement it with something new. For Chasing Eden, the past year proved to be a musical metamorphosis that would solidify this very fact.
After two years playing regionally throughout the southeast, Chasing Eden has spent the better part of 2012 recording the follow-up to 2009's The Dying Place. With a refined, heavier sound, the five-piece Wilmington, NC group emerges with their new EP, Buried Underneath. The release departs from the realm of straight-forward modern rock and explores new sonic depths with the addition of guitarist Glenn Hartzog. The album also marks the first release featuring bassist Brandon Sanders and drummer Chris Sherman.
With the guidance of producers Brandon Mills (Decyfer Down) and Nick Radovanovic (Flyleaf, Anberlin, Thousand Foot Krutch), Buried Underneath is poised to take listeners to a new aural peak. This new sound, coupled with the haunting, emotional lyrics of vocalist Andrea Brink, aims to take the audience on a personal journey through anger and heartbreak, forgiveness and self-realization, and perseverance and elation. While the album is a step into heavier, darker side of Chasing Eden, the band holds true to their core sound, anchored by guitarist Joseph Trouton.
Chasing Eden is currently booking for 2013 and is working to bring a brand new show to the stage to captivate their live audiences.