Texas-based industrial metal group Daedric has released their anticipated third single ‘Dawnbreaker’ independent multi-genre label FiXT.
‘Dawnbreaker’ pushes the band’s boundaries with a vocal performance that dashes between brutal and ethereal, industrial guitars, pulsing electronics, and heavy rhythm.
“During production, we basically said “how heavy could we go if we really just went for it,” said Daedric. “And compared to other Daedric songs, the production elements actually came together pretty easy. We also like it very much.”
Daedric is an audacious creative venture from Dallas/Fort Worth-based vocalist and artist, Kristyn Hope, known for her work as the singer and videographer for the 4-piece progressive rock band, Aesop.
Daedric draws inspiration from an eclectic array of sources including David Bowie, Anthony Green of Circa Survive, Sia, and the popular open-world role-playing game series Elder Scrolls, from which the Daedric name is derived. In Hope’s own words, “It’s a cool ass name and I like villains.”
As Daedric, Hope works closely with producers Geoff Rockwell and Clay Schroeder to develop a mix of throwback synths blended with contemporary rock and metal, forging an individual powerful sound.
You can purchase/stream ‘Dawnbreaker’ here and check out the official music video, that’s been described as “alluring” here at RAMzine.