Vocalist Linzey Rae explains: ‘The story behind our track “(Re) Avow” is a call to action to keep fighting. Life can be like a war zone at times, and there is nothing that you do can change that. You just have to put your head down and push forward. No matter how high you have to climb, or how long you have to swim, just know that you are here for a reason and you will make it out of what you are going through.’
Denver quintet The Anchor have registered national acclaim with their impactful and ambitious sound, balancing thunderous breakdowns with majestic melodies and a heartfelt delivery. The band’s high-octane and buoyant live show continues to impress across North America, with tens of millions of streams on Spotify helping them develop a blooming global fanbase.
“The Denver combine razor-wire riffs and blistering screams with soaring, uplifting choruses, ably balancing darkness and light.” – Rock Sound
In 2018, the Colorado breakouts saw their “Make It Last” EP hit #19 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart with headline tours spreading the band’s momentum across the US. The Rocky Mountain rockers have also made a name for themselves since the viral explosion of their YouTube series, Metal Kitchen, which sees lead vocalist Linzey Rae cook with some of the genre’s leading names.
“”Through Rose” is a hardcore epic, with a passionate and raspy chorus.” – Alt Press
The band continued to break new ground with the release of sophomore LP ‘Breathe’ picking up international press recognition and enhancing their already soaring fanbase, in late 2019.
Fighting through the pandemic, The Anchor delivered a series of spirit-raising covers, including Escape The Fate‘s “Guillotine” and New Found Glory hit “All Downhill From Here”.