Lace Weeper - In Midst the Water





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Uploaded on Oct 26, 2011

Hard Rock / Grunge

"In Midst the Water" ~ Taken from a 2 track demo also featuring a cover of Black Sabbath's "Hole in the Sky"

Sebastian Florek (Vocals)
Matt Hayward (Guitar)
Os Andres (Bass)
Paul Madden filling in at the moment (Drums)

Lace Weeper are a rock band from Dublin, Ireland. Utilizing heavy guitar based grooves and quirky acoustic melodies, embellished by bluesy solos, a pounding rhythm section and deeply metaphoric & poetic lyrics. The idea for the project was started by guitarist Matt Hayward and vocalist Sebastian Florek. Bassist Os Andres was added to the lineup in September 2010, a like minded musician adding the necessary dynamics.

From November 2010, the newly formed band entered the studio to record their debut EP, 6 tracks which showcased the band's diversity and musicianship. Gavan Murray (Jaded Sun) lent his skills on drums for the recording. The EP was released in January 2011, gathering a good critical response. Regarding the song "In Midst The Water", critic Trevor Halpin said: "...the vocals really hit the high end notes the way a real rock tune should be done, excellent..."

In April the band teamed up with Kevin Wood of Malfunkshun to record a tribute to Kevin's late brother Andrew Wood of Mother Love Bone by recording a cover of MLB's "Crown Of Thorns". The once off single was released on WammyBox Records in mid-April. In an interview with antimusic.com regarding the release, Matt said "It was a huge honor for us to do this recording, myself and Kevin (Wood) have worked together previously and I was a huge fan of his and Andy's work."

In October 2011 the band released their second EP titled 'One Man Jury' Download a copy of Bandcamp.


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