UK progressive punk metallers QUELLA draw a marker in the sand with their
explosive new EP, Donor Fatigue, which lands on Friday 22nd November. The
Brit noisemakers have also just revealed a new track, Smalltown Eiderdown –

Coming at you from London and Brighton, QUELLA are comprised of four
individuals with very different and diverse influences and tastes. It’s from
the marriage of these differing styles that QUELLA produce music that is
both intriguing, yet accessible-a perfect blend of melody over a bed of ever
shifting and potent rhythms which has become their signature sound.

Since their inception, the four piece have shared stages with the likes of
Sumer, Core of iO, In Search of Sun, Black Orchid Empire, Gold Key and Dirty
Sound Magnet. Besides playing alongside a raft of emerging artists, QUELLA
have also played a series of highly successfully headline shows, all of
which have helped the metal punks circulate their own army of followers.

This year, the band headed to Ranch Studios to work on their incoming EP,
Donor Fatigue. The record oozes melody fused riffage, hooky refrains and
bone-crunching rhythms. Produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Lewis
Johns (Conjurer, Rolo Tomassi, Gnarwolves, Employed to Serve), the release
captures the raw and live sound of QUELLA, whilst showcasing their
engagingly punchy and eclectic styles.

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