Cast from the heat of south Texas and molded in the spirit of Houstonâ€™s illustrious music scene, North Til Dawn, the cityâ€™s most ambitious rock band, have emerged in 2013 as 5 kinetic professionals hell-bent on the perfection of their crowd-roaring and energetic live performances and seducing the nation with their finely-tuned mix of melodic and heavy recordings.
Being no strangers to energy, commitment and musicianship, the masterful composition of Houstonâ€™s local metal and rock acts, Defining Human, Outworld and Seldom, set out to create something honest, fulfilling and fun.
In April of 2013, North Til Dawn released their debut EP, recorded, mixed and mastered at Digital Services Houston, birthplace of multi-platinum albums from Destinyâ€™s Child and Chamillionare. A worldwide digital release, the self-titled EP blends perfectly the ear-candy elements of modern rock and metal.
With huge choruses and unforgettable vocal melodies, vocalist Blake McCulloch delivers a powerfully placed voice of reason in the stories of self-reflection and the challenge for truth. The pace, governed by drummer Matt Smith, is controlled with surgical precision marrying upbeat choruses with driving verses. The intricate barrage of thunderous drums is met with the persuasive growl of bassist Shawn Bartlettâ€™s bass lines. Guitarists Curtis Smith and Zack Jones unleash an onslaught of grooving riffs, shredding technical solos, ambient accompanying leads and shimmering cleans.
Coercing listeners to bang their heads, shamelessly sing lyrics out loud, and gleefully smash the repeat button, North Til Dawn has begun writing a full-length album and is currently preparing for both regional and national tours.