Behind-the-scenes footage from the pre-production sessions for the forthcoming EP from the Westfield, Massachusetts quintet WITHIN THE RUINS can be viewed below.
WITHIN THE RUINS has mastered the technique of bringing breakdowns, riffs, tempo and a dash of personality together in order to form one cohesive entity. They describe their sound as "loud, energetic, interesting and fresh" and cite bands like METALLICA and AS I LAY DYING as their early influences.
It would be easy to attribute their unique sound to the countless hours WITHIN THE RUINS dedicates to practicing each week. In order to perfect their technical styles, the members practice every day. "You do it long enough and you're going to see results," noted founding member and guitarist Joe Cocchi. "We constantly try to take our music to the next level, challenging ourselves as well as the listener."
WITHIN THE RUINS' second full-length album, "Invade", was released last August via Victory Records.
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