Witherfell makes us feel all the emotions on their latest release “The River”. This classic ballad features melancholic but hopeful melodies in both the acoustic guitar and vocals. This is definitely one for fans of old-school Queensryche.
“‘The River’ is a song about singer Joseph Michael’s deceased father. It refers to the family fishing spot up near Thousand Islands by the Canadian border of New York State. During the recording, tears were shed… Hopefully this song honors JM’s father appropriately. R.I.P., Kenneth Martin Furney,” the band shares about the song’s deeply personal meaning.
Witherfall’s new album Curse of Autumn is scheduled for a worldwide release on March 5 via Century Media, with the U.S. vinyl available April 2. Pre-order it HERE.
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Metal Injection – WITHERFELL Gives Us All The Feels With Emotional New Ballad “The River”
Author: Corinne Westbrook
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February 14, 2021