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Monday, November 22, 2021

Youngstown Metal Act Rebreather To Play Westside Bowl on Wednesday To Celebrate Release of New Album

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click to enlarge Youngstown's Rebreather. - MOLLIE CROWE
  • Mollie Crowe
  • Youngstown's Rebreather.
The Youngstown-based metal band Rebreather will release its latest album, The Line, Its Width, and the War Drone, on Dec. 3 via Aqualamb Records.

Produced by Rebreather and mastered by Carl Saff (John Carpenter, Bongzilla, Elder), the album features the band's signature "cave pop” sound that's part post-metal and part noise rock.

Additionally, Rebreather has released a video for the song, "Drown," a collaboration with fellow Ohioans and Aqualamb lablemates Frayle.

"We were excited when Rebreather asked us to collaborate with them on their song," says Frayle vocalist Gwyn Strang in a press release about the collaboration. "Adding our layers of vocals and guitars over another band’s song was a new experience for us. It was interesting to combine our approach to sounds and songwriting with Rebreather’s aggressive and stripped-down composition."

Recently, the group received national press for helping to save Youngstown's Westside Bowl, a place that serves as both bowling alley and music venue.

Rebreather headlines the Westside Bowl on Wednesday.

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