To follow up on their latest effort, “Ghost”, DEMATERIALIZE release today the instrumental version of the latter track to kick off the new decade. You can check it out here.
If you’re a fan of instrumental music, can’t help but headbang at the latest new jams and enjoy some DEMATERIALIZE from time to time (or even if you like Born of Osiris‘ latest release) then this track is right up your alley: gone are the vocals that dominate the stage and grab you by the collar right off the get go, and this time the stage is overtaken by the sweeping guitar lines, the pounding bass and the pummeling drum beats. No more the backbone of the track, instrumentals are given the chance to shine in the latest single by Illinois-based quartet. Grab your copy of the single, or stream it at this link.
If you’d like to hear the original “Ghost”, it can be found here.
About the Act
DEMATERIALIZE is a Chicago, Illinois-based quartet consisting of Stephen Jinga (vocals), Craig Hoffman (guitar), Jeremy Verbin (guitar), and Bryce Tollner (drums). The group released their debut EP in late 2018 and is set for a followup to their first effort in Summer 2020.