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Amber My Ember / Bio

With much more than the typical perseverence and drive, Amber My Ember strives to reach above the promising zenith and shine amongst and the half-heartedness and complacency that often comes with an intimate and honest genre such as Post-Hardcore. Adding a pulsing dose of Electronica and refining harmonic lines to take their art to the next level, AME is poised to elevate the Midwest through an expressive live show and their message of Faith.Love.Ambition.

The beginning of what is now Amber My Ember took place in Spring 2012 with guitarists Tokin Webb and Adam Gilboy. The duo became a trio with the permanent addition of drummer Clay Gustin in Fall 2012, although he was not the first. At this point the group took on the task of recording and additional writing retooling of material for a EP. The original idea of a complete and functional band became realized when bassist Jordan Weink (formerly of Amor Emarta) and Vocalist Taylor Zuber (formerly of Carving A Giant) joined in Winter 2012. They began bringing their positive and powerful sound to the small storefronts, vintage theaters, and youth centers where the Post-hardcore dreams are not broken, but walk with a limp in the Midwest. With the addition of electronic musician Matthew Mau, and a dynamic sonic landscape characterized by intense rhythm and lush melodic structure, Amber My Ember's energetic live performance and solid devotion continues to make a name for them in the Midwest's dense and competitive music scene.

General Info

Band Members
Adam Michael - Electric Guitar, Clay Gustin - Drums, Tokin Webb - Guitar, CJ Back - Bass, Jeremy Oman - Vocals
Artist Name
Amber My Ember
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/ambermyember
Active Since
04/13
Genres
Metal / Post-Hardcore / Electronic

Contact Info

Location
Racine, WI

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