Holy Beach – Ships Off the Coast Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another upcoming rock band; Holy Beach, from Atlanta, the USA. We have reviewed their faith healing song; Ships Off the Coast, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Holy Beach is another upcoming band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about two weeks ago with this very song; Ships Off the Coast, off from their debut single release with the same title, which was released on May 24, 2019. When I listened to Ships Off the Coast for the first time, it was their successful mix of a few different music styles, and the creative musical ideas that caught my full attention. This is just the debut single of Holy Beach, yet you can easily sense from their songwriting that these gentlemen are experienced in what they do.

The song as a whole has a proper groove and energy that makes a difference in general. There are some nonstandard ideas with proper guitar riffage that kicks in with the intro. The vocalist’s style in singing makes everything much more interesting, which reminded me of Limp Bizkit from time to time. All these things take this band out of the metal or rock circle. In my opinion, the wide range in their style is also making Holy Beach special in some ways.

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Technically, I can’t say that I liked what I heard, to be honest. After listening to the song a few times I started reading about the band and realized that I was right thinking that they are experienced musicians. I am not sure if they have recorded this single by themselves as a demo or maybe for some other purpose, but I know that their upcoming album; All That Matters Is This Matter, releasing this summer, is co-produced by platinum award-winning engineer Jeff Leonard Jr. (who has worked with bands including Shinedown, Sleeper Agent, and Framing Hanley), which is quite fascinating. So when I take all these into account, I can say that Holy Beach is certainly showing potential with their debut. Everyone who has tasted their debut will be looking forward to hearing more from them this June.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate Holy Beach for their exciting debut; Ships Off the Coast, and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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Atlanta-based rock band Holy Beach | anthemic antithesis to the serpentine soundscape of post-rock | All That Matters Is This Matter , releasing summer and co-produced by platinum award winning engineer Jeff Leonard Jr. (bands Shinedown, Sleeper Agent, and Framing Hanley) | cloudy waves of grunge interspersed with smashes of raging rock | John Lally, lead vocalist and guitarist for shoegaze group Sleep Therapy | Jon Hilton (of Us Prizms), Mike Gibbs (of Krem Love), and Jason Petty all on warring guitars, Kevin Faivre on bass, and Jordan Hershaft (of The Tens) on percussion | rock, rage, and reflect | Atlanta’s Tree Sound Studios and Cassida Studios | wild cacophony of fiery percussion and searing guitar riffs | The New Colossus | Atlanta’s experimental music scene | sonic prowess of electric post-rock elements |