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BRING TO BEAR RELEASETHE SHADOW RUSE

Greetings Big Mike rom Devo at Devographic Music I am excited to share this sensational single THE SHADOW RUSE by UK Symphonic Folk Metal Quintet BRING TO BEAR. They are a new band, but pack a punch with their potent Folk Melodeath infused with Symphonic influences for fans of Nightwish, Korpiklaani & Epica. This first single (from their upcoming EP) had its Premiere on Wacken Radio last night, and is accompanied by a Music Video that had its Premiere on World Of Metal yesterday. Kindly consider this for your news, and the band is also available for special content features, contributions and interviews. The Media Release is below with all the information and quotes, and you can find the Media Assets either on the Online Presskit or your choice of Drive Media Kit or Dropbox Media Kit. You may also download the MP3 directly from Drive or Dropbox, as well as the WAV from Drive or Dropbox I thank you for your valuable time and consideration. Regards from Devo / Devographic Music www.devographic.com devo@devographic.com


Bring to Bear is a UK Symphonic Folk Metal band on an adventure, playing their favourite styles of Folk Melodeath infused with Symphonic influences. Formed in May 2020 by long-time friends and bandmates Ian Tarboton and Hristo Nikolov, the determined duo wasted no time in preparing their first material and expanding the Bring to Bear clan. By January 2021 the current lineup was clinched, adding Simon Jones on Drums, Nikiforos Rotas on Guitar & Izabela Smyt on Lead Vocals. In May 2021 the indomitable quintet entered the studio to record their debut EP (set for release in 2021), with the first single and video being 'The Shadow Ruse'

The intro riff to 'The Shadow Ruse' starts strongly by demanding attention, which then settles into an energetic verse riff. This is followed by tremolo guitars driving in with the power and harmonies reminiscent of viking metal and accompanied by accordion played in a way that feels more serious than is often associated with the instrument. The tension builds with blast beats that launch into a beautifully melodic and spacious chorus. The vocals alternate between singing and growling, a contrast that fits perfectly with the lyrical theme.


The lyrics, written by Ian Tarboton (Accordion, Keyboard & Growls), ponder the relationship between 'light' and 'dark'. Ian shares that "in life, we often categorise things into good and bad, and colour them light and dark respectively, as we go through ups and downs. But, what one person perceives as good is often perceived as bad by another, and vice versa. So, what exactly does that mean? Who can say other than good and bad are merely perceptions? Where there is light, there are also shadows, yet light looks brighter when it shines in the dark. Ultimately, it is all games in the mind and we either see through the game or we become the game. We evolve and grow as we learn to see through the game and find the balance. The music for this song was mostly written by our Guitarist Hristo Nikolov, and was originally intended to be more punk in style. But, it was soon obvious that while it had all the energy of punk, it had a darker undertone that just had to be in a metal song. So, it became the first song worked on by Hristo and I and it laid the foundation of Bring to Bear's style."


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