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Greaver announce debut album, premiere new single

Friday, April 01, 2016 8:02 AM PT


Greaver band
photo by Nick Pribac


North Carolina quintet Greaver has announced plans to release their debut full-length this spring. If you're not familiar with the group, their brand of post-hardcore should appeal to fans of bands like Envy and Pianos Become The Teeth.

Recorded and mixed by Al Jacob (He Is Legend, A Skylit Drive) and mastered by Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me), the new record is titled The Faun and is slated for an April 29 release through Cardigan Records. Of the album, drummer Travis Hall says, "We've never been prouder of material we composed together and feel this record pulls from all the unique influences of our five members more so than everything we've previously released."

The first single from the from the The Faun is called "A Poisoned Well" and is available for streaming below. Meanwhile, the new album can now be pre-ordered via iTunes here.




11 comments


anonymous
4/1/2016 9:00:11 AM
The amount of ripping off happening hear simply can't be understated.

anonymous
4/1/2016 9:25:25 AM
whaaat how have these dudes not blown up yet??!!

anonymous
4/1/2016 9:25:45 AM
This song is amazing! It is seriously my new favorite!

anonymous
4/1/2016 10:21:12 AM
Why the fck is this no name band releasing their debut album on a label virtually no one knows about main page news ?

anonymous
4/1/2016 10:58:39 AM
Dudeeeeee this is insane. So glad LG put this shit up. Stoked for the album guys!!!!

anonymous
4/1/2016 12:41:11 PM
WHO?! puts out album on WHAT?! and WHY should anyone care?


no, its a cardigan but thanks for noticin'

anonymous
4/1/2016 2:00:20 PM
that light switch is sick

anonymous
4/1/2016 3:46:59 PM
Not bad, not bad.

anonymous
4/1/2016 4:47:13 PM
Glad the band members could show up to hype themselves here today.

anonymous
4/1/2016 4:48:06 PM
Griever > Greaver

anonymous
4/1/2016 4:56:52 PM
Saw these guys in Asheville awhile back. Better than the headliners and probably the nicest dudes ive met at a show. This shit is heavier than i remember, not bad tho.