And then she came – Kaosystematiq
Label: DME music
“And Then She Came” play Rock. Modern Rock. But that’s a broad definition. Extremely broad.
Let’s try this: You get organic power grooves vs. smart electronic elements, hard-edge metal riffs vs. riveting female vocals, progressive parts vs.
catchy hooklines. So how do you pigeon-hole this type of music ? You can’t. You’ll need to come up with an all-new pigeon-hole. So give it a listen !
Still want some pointers ? Let’s put it this way: The band’s songs sometimes tap into Evanescence and early Linkin Park or 30 Seconds To Mars territory.
More name dropping anyone ? Here goes: “And Then She Came’s” debut album featured memorable guest performances by Arch Enemy’s shoutress
Alissa White-Gluz and guitarist Jen Majura of Evanescence. Boom !
All four musicians can draw from an abundance of stage experience, as they previously performed in arenas playing in front of 25.000 fans in Asia
for example, albeit under a different flag. But wait – what is it they did before ?
Up until 2012 Ji-In and her fellow bandmates used to tour the world as Krypteria. But despite an almost identical line-up “And Then She Came”
marks a new beginning in every sense of the word ! According to the band’s fired-up singer , this is arguably the best,
but definitely the most exciting stuff we’ve ever done.
Considering the amount of diversity and zest displayed on the group’s debut album this assessment is hard to argue with.
There’s quite some expanding of boundaries happening on this record, too, with singer Ji-In particularly taking her game to a whole new level !
No affectation whatsoever, the arrangements are coherent and compelling. To top things off there’s hookline candy galore spread all over this debut.
Now, in 2018 “And Then She Came” will unleash their second album, Kaosystematiq, accompanied by a release tour throughout Germany.
Both the album and the tour will see the light of day on September 21st through DME music
So, what’s with the name? Well, you can interpret it several ways: Be it the salacious variety (you dirty old man, you!), the birth of a daughter, or simply the moment Ji-In completed the band. Your choice !
You can watch the video for the track “The battle rages on” here !
01. Sick of You
02. Perfect as You Are
03. As the Battle Rages On
04. Come On, Come On
05. Devastation Anyone
06. More Than Everything
07. Shine on Supernova
08. White Dog
09. I Just Cannot Trust Myself
10. Into the Open