New Jersey, alt-rock outfit REACH has released their debut EP, Patterns in Static. Born out of the ashes of the progressive, Boy Meets Machine, this new band delivers a unique sonic assault. REACH features vocalist/bassist, Joel Monet, lead guitarist, Christian Colabelli, rhythm guitarist, Steve Swain, and drummer, Joe Nivare.
Today REACH has partnered up with Absolute Punk for an exclusive stream of the entire EP. Head HERE to check out Patterns in Static in full.
Patterns in Static twists elements of metal, prog-rock, fusion, punk, and alternative with an unmistakable pop-sensibility. Songs like “yungPunx” and “Caveman” bludgeon the listener with punishing guitars, and bring forth an old school punk vibe laced with modern harmonic ideas.
Monet soars over a wall of sound to create infectious choruses throughout Patterns in Static. Daniel Bernath, of the German metal band, Syqem was recruited to post-produce and mix “Pins and Needles,” the most atmospheric song of the litter. Fans of Syqem will immediately recognize Bernath’s deft touch.
Reach will be playing shows throughout the northeast in support of the release of “Patterns in Static.”
Patterns in Static Tracklisting:
2. The Artificial
4. Pins and Needles