The tech-rock quintet from Worcestershire, UK, continue on their promise to release a new single each month, over a year, with new track, Porcelain.
In the latest edition of the bands unique release schedule, Chronographs have unveiled the new single, Porcelain.
The track relates to vocalist, Jon Sinfield’s feelings and thoughts at this current time, with a family member suffering from cancer.
“The song is about my Grandfather’s battle with cancer and the effect it has on everyone around him. It’s about war time resilience, and the perseverance to continue a good standard of living without sacrificing dignity”, states Sinfield.
Porcelain follows previous singles, Losing Light and The Hunter, released in March and April, respectively.
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CHRONOGRAPHS first hit the scene in 2010 with the online release of free EP, “The Outhouse Sessions”, creating a huge online buzz and demand for the live show, quickly prompting a string of headline shows around the UK, and a nationwide tour as main support for Mediaskare’s Hero In Error.
Following their initial wave of underground success, the band set out to write a new record with the intent of further raising the bar in terms of songwriting and technicality, and the resulting “Nausea” EP, has exceed all expectations. Boasting five tracks of raw aggression, fresh, bandwagon-dodging riffery and glorious refrains, this EP is the soundtrack of a band with a burning desire to breathe fresh life into the metal scene and a great taster of things to come.
The EP tracks “Opticks” and “Inanis” both appeared on separate Metal Hammer magazine cover-mounts, receiving an incredible response from fans and readers, creating huge anticipation for “Nausea”.
Following the release of “Nausea” at the beginning of 2013, CHRONOGRAPHS set off around the UK and Europe promoting the release with both tour and festival appearances.
Now into 2014, the band are departing on a new journey. Devoting their time to regular single releases every month, with musical and lyrical content documenting the environment and emotions of the quintet at the time of writing. The new CHRONOGRAPHS material is truthful, long-lasting, and unapologetically honest.