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Everwaiting Serenade

Everwaiting Serenade

Everwaiting Serenade


Everwaiting Serenade has been Luxembourg’s most active hardcore band since their foundation in 2005 and the following debut album ‘The Caress’ (2006). In autumn 2007, the progressive Hardcore quintet won a public voting contest to join ‘The Never Say Die!’ Clubtour line-up (Parkway Drive, Cancer Bats, The Comeback Kid...) and cemented their position among Luxembourg’s top bands when they won the highly reputated Metal Battle contest which allowed them to play at the ‘Wacken Open Air Festival 2008’ among acts such as Unearth Read more on Last.fm
Everwaiting Serenade has been Luxembourg’s most active hardcore band since their foundation in 2005 and the following debut album ‘The Caress’ (2006). In autumn 2007, the progressive Hardcore quintet won a public voting contest to join ‘The Never Say Die!’ Clubtour line-up (Parkway Drive, Cancer Bats, The Comeback Kid...) and cemented their position among Luxembourg’s top bands when they won the highly reputated Metal Battle contest which allowed them to play at the ‘Wacken Open Air Festival 2008’ among acts such as Unearth, Hatebreed, Iron Maiden, Killswitch Engage, As I lay Dying, Avenged Sevenfold, At the Gates and many more. Besides the Wacken Open-Air festival, they also had the opportunity to prove themselves at the Rock-A-Field 2009, Luxembourg's biggest open-air festival with over 17 000 visitors, and play among acts such as Papa Roach, Eagles of Death Metal, Kings Of Leon and more. In March 2009 EWS released their second full-length album ‘Lungwork’. Combining a unique interpretation of metalcore to a progressive song writing, the melodic hardcore aficionados present an emotional opus in five chapters. Their melodic hardcore and thoughtful lyrics are the very personal try of a band to satisfy the need of giving more sense to a cliché laden scene. The melodies, the Post Rock atmospheres and the sometimes chaotic and trenchant song writing on ‘Lungwork’ reflect the EWS philosophy: ‘We strive for what’s in our hearts’.

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