Music That Doesn't Suck: The Vestige

Music That Doesn't Suck: The Vestige

Photo: Andrew Bromley

Photo: Andrew Bromley

Australian post-hardcore band The Vestige are just celebrating the release of their debut EP, Chronoscale, which was released on September 24th, 2017. Although short, the five songs on Chronoscale pack an emotional punch and will leave you feeling as if you've just listened to a full-length record by the time the unique closing track comes to an end.

Drawing obvious influence from artists like Emarosa, The Vestige's sound is driven primarily by stunning, emotive vocals that mesh perfectly with beautiful guitar work. Chronoscale will be available on iTunes and Spotify soon, but until then, you can grab the EP for name your own price on Bandcamp and watch the band's video for "Bad Me" below. 

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