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"We live, we die" is the theme that Birmingham Progressive Rockers Netherhall have chosen to discuss for their first new piece of music since 2020. ‘Process’ will be released on Friday 24th March 2023 and will be accompanied by a picturesque music video shot in the Peak District. Formed in late 2015, Netherhall are a Midlands based Alternative Metal band who draw influence from multiple genres. Notable influences include Karnivool, Deftones & Toska. As the band began searching for their sound, they debuted their first EP ‘Imacular’ in 2017 and in the same year they entered the Metal 2 The Masses competition to play at Bloodstock Festival and won. Netherhall spent 2018 as an instrumental 3-piece, high-lighted with supporting The Contortionist. 2018 also saw Netherhall perform at a private function at Aston Villa FC for Tony Iommi & Geezer Butler honoring Butler’s induction into the Birmingham Walk of Stars. In 2019, Netherhall released their first material in 3 years with vocalist Matt. ‘No Looking Down’ featured the group's debut music video with a notably darker, heavier tone to previous material, quickly followed up with the single 'Distant'. Netherhall are: Matthew Preston - Vocals Tom Bushell - Bass Guitar Lewis Ward - Guitars / Backing Vox Jake Raybould - Drums Netherhall has said that "Process stems from a roundabout circle that is life and death. In life, there is death and in death, there is life." The single, Process, is the realisation of all that we, as human beings know. That is we breathe, we live, we die. Tom the bassist from Netherhall has said "anything around that is purely conceptual and Process explores those thoughts." Process was recorded, produced and engineered by Owen Davies of Loud Noises Productions and Peter Miles of Middle Farm Studios. The single was Mixed by Peter Miles and mastered by Lewis Hopkins of Star Delta Mastering. Artwork by Kevin Saint Grey. The single Process, comes alongside a beautifully shot music video that was directed by Jay Hillyer, the sublime imagery of the Peak District encapsulates the emotion and ambience of the music.



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