MYTH OF I: Instrumental Prog-Metal Act Premiere “Felix Culpa” At Captured Howls.
Myth of I – Myth of I out April 10th via The Artisan Era.
FFO: Animals As Leaders, Scale the Summit, Between the Buried and Me, The Faceless, The Contortionist, and Cloudkicker.

Formed in the fertile metal musician community found within the esteemed Berklee College of Music, Myth of I arose from chance circumstances into a formidable act in progressive metal spheres. After recently signing with The Artisan Era, the Boston-based group is excited to release their self-titled debut album on Friday, April 10th.

Myth of I is a hard to pigeonhole self-titled album owing no sole allegiance to any one style of metal. Elements of progressive metal, death metal, groove metal, post-metal, and jazz fusion criss-cross and unite in unpredictable ways throughout each dense song on the album.

The album is strongly recommended for fans of groups such as Animals As Leaders, Scale the Summit, Between the Buried and Me, The Contortionist, The Faceless, and Cloudkicker.

The band partnered with Captured Howls today to premiere “Felix Culpa”. 

*You can check out Myth of I – “Felix Culpa” HERE

*You can also listen to Single #1 “The Illustrator” HERE

Captured Howls comments on today’s premiere of “Felix Culpa”
“Throughout its runtime, the band maintain a stirring forward energy, but they build on their consistent riffs with honestly quite beautiful flourishes like a substantive piano-centric portion towards the middle of the track and repeated blasts elsewhere of disorientingly meandering drum rhythms that feel pulled from contemplative math rock. The song’s core features frantic guitar strumming that feels perfectly tuned to deliver the dynamically swinging energy that the band sound like they’re going for.”

Myth of I – Myth of I Pre-order Links
Merch bundles:

Myth of I is:
Jennings Smith – Guitars
Tyler Fritzel (Intoxicated Rage) – Guitars
Matt Lippa (Intoxicated Rage) – Drums
Aodán Collins (session bassist for Zealotry) – Bass

Social Media Links
The Artisan Era YouTube Channel


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