Produced by award-winning Evan Rodaniche (of Cage9 fame), HEX is a post-metal masterpiece that is at first celestial and enchanting, then escalates into a living nightmare. Once again working with Scott Chalmers, Birdeatsbaby have created a visual representation of the song that draws inspiration from demonic texts such as the Ars Goetia
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Birdeatsbaby are a group of multi-instrumentalists that blend elements of rock, metal and cinematic music to create a sound that’s striking and unique. They have toured extensively through the UK, US, Germany and Mexico, supporting bands such as ASP, Coppelius and The Courtesans. Their previous releases have been produced by Paul Reeve of Muse fame and John Fryer (Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails…). Recently, one of their songs featured in ‘Close to Me’, in the hit Channel 4 thriller starring Connie Nielson and Christopher Eccleston. Their last album, The World Conspires, was a pivotal part of their musical evolution that gained them notability in the spheres of modern progressive rock and metal when it was reviewed by the likes of Orkus and Prog Magazine. Birdeatsbaby now embark upon their latest project, ‘HEX’. This collection of songs is esoteric in theme, with a dark visual aesthetic that sees the band stepping further into progressive and post-metal territory.
Birdeatsbaby’s sound is comprised of Garry Mitchell’s aggressive guitar riffs, Anna Mylee’s progressive rhythms and Hana Piranha’s lush layers of cello and harp. This heavy concoction lays the foundation for lead singer, Mishkin Fitzgerald, who now adds metal screams and growls to the ever-expanding sound of Birdeatsbaby.