The Seas
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The Seas

London, Kentucky, United States | SELF

London, Kentucky, United States | SELF
Band Rock Metal


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"The Seas - A Separation"

“Simple, yet strong, the sensation that Sliter’s voice brings to the songs is unique.”

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"The Seas"

The vocals release maximum emotional impact and are passionate, yet very far from falling into the abyss of hysteria… Music by The Seas may turn out to be timeless, leaving their sound as intriguing in 2012 as it can become 15 years from now.

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- Fabryka Industrial Rock Magazine

"The Seas - A Separation"

The production and mixing of this album is surprisingly great for doing the work on their own and other bands that are trying to get off the ground should take note that it is totally possible to have a great sounding first release!

Read the full review here: - ReGen Magazine


A Separation (2011)



The Seas is a four-piece rock band from London, Kentucky. Formed in late 2009, Michael Sliter, Logan Powell, Jeremy Williams and Richard Sester began creating music that juxtaposed a heavy and aggressive style with textural and atmospheric elements. The Seas have forged a sound that is powerful and emotional, delivering a premium blend of metal, alternative, industrial and progressive genres.

On August 30, 2011, The Seas released their debut album, A Separation. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Groove Studio in Berea, KY, A Separation showcased the musicianship and creativity of the band. The title track is the centerpiece of the album, a dynamic epic that is musically and lyrically cathartic. Layer by layer, the track builds toward a floating, odd-timed interlude complete with textural guitar and compelling vocals. The track propels to a close with a final, aggressive chorus that adequately sums up the content of the song. Like A Separation, the entire album carefully weaves together moody and melancholy arrangements into brutal riffs and odd time signatures taking the listener on a journey of musical diversity.

The band has also built a reputation as a commanding live act. Every set list is crafted to have maximum impact on the audience. Interludes are used to create moods and bridge songs together into a complete show instead of a collection of individual songs. To sum up the live experience, the band strives to recreate the sounds of the album with an authentic, high-energy performance.

The Seas are currently focused on writing their sophomore follow-up to A Separation and performing regularly with other regionally and national acts.

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