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Rising from the New York City underground, the music of Shadows Lie is a dark, intense blend of heavy guitars reminiscent of Staind, Portishead-like electronics, Days of the New type acoustic guitars, and vocal stylings ranging from Tori Amos to Incubus. The songwriting is distinctive and intensely emotional yet concise and mature at the same time.
Prior to the recording of their debut album “Echoes”, Shadows Lie worked with noted producers such as Bill Klatt (Days of the New, Rolling Stones, Garbage) and Todd Terry (The Sneaker Pimps, Bjork, Everything But the Girl). The music of Shadows Lie is a unique, fresh sound that melds sonic strength and emotional vulnerability. They cite among their diverse influences Tori Amos, Tool, Incubus, Alice In Chains, Bjork and The Crystal Method. The often times aggressive yet hauntingly beautiful music that results invokes comparisons to Alanis Morissette and fellow female-fronted rock bands Evanescence and Lacuna Coil.