Review – State Of Ember – Broken Horizons EP

State of Ember are a rock band which formed in 2016. Members Chris Tamburro, Mike Landreth and Chelsea McCammon have various influences between them spanning hard rock, punk and prog metal. The band released their debut E.P ‘Clouded Views’ in September 2017 and have had multiple tracks featured on BBC Introducing from this, as well as being Spotlight artist for a week on the ReverbNation homepage earlier in the year.

More recently, the band have been informed their track ‘Denial’ is set to feature on video game ‘Wreckfest’ – which is scheduled to be released onto Xbox One and PS4 during 2019. The game is being developed by Bugbear Entertainment, creators of the FlatOut series; it will be distributed by THQ Nordic worldwide!

State of Ember supported American rock band Saving Abel in Birmingham at the start of September 2018, as part of their European tour. Saving Abel previously shared the stage with Nickelback, Papa Roach and Avenged Sevenfold on full US tours.

The band have recently recorded their second (6-track) E.P, ‘Broken Horizons’. They are releasing this on January 11th 2019 and have brought out a new music video for their song ‘Time and Time’ in December from the new E.P


This EP is a fabulous showcase of the talents that State Of Ember possess, my personal favourites being Fear Of Falling and Beneath Our Dreams. This is a solid effort from this band with no weak tracks filling up space. Why not make Broken Horizons one of your first music downloads for 2019? You can pre-order it now if you’re using iTunes, Amazon Music or Google Play.

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four out of five