Exclusive: So Cal’s Asylus Returns With Premiere of New Video “The Wave”

After Collaborating with producers Josh Lopez (Immortal Guardian) and Kris Crummett (ISSUES & Sleeping With Sirens) Asylus returns with “The Wave.”

Through a year of refining their sound and collaborating with producers Josh Lopez (Immortal Guardian) and Kris Crummett (ISSUES & Sleeping With Sirens), Asylus will return aggressively with “The Wave” dropping today, exclusively on Concert Crap.

Stream “The Wave” HERE.

Asylus consists of five members spanning across Southern California taking influence from trending acts such as FEVER 333, Scarlxrd, and KAYZO. Through aggressive electronic production, heavy guitars, and punishing vocals, paired with infectious melodies, Asylus developed a reputation in Southern California. The high energy, infectious tunes, have projected the act across the South West region of the United States in 2017 receiving support from Last Band Standing, Joey Sturgis Tones, By the Barricade and Highwire Daze Magazine.

By layering emotional lyrics with metal undertones Asylus garnered international attention. After an influx of fans from Mexico, Japan, and the Philippines, the band quickly gained a spot on Last Band Standing’s Playlist Curated by Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada, Blessthefall) and Tyler Symth (I Prevail, Falling in Reverse). Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates and watch the video for the song after the jump.

12.11 – Palm Springs, CA @ The Hood

12.12 – Tucson, AZ @ The Edge

12.13 – Oceanside, CA @ Legacy Brewing

12.14 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Underground

12.15 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

Post by Corey Kleinsasser

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