100% self-made - with this principle Halocene from Phoenix have built up a worldwide fan base via YouTube. Over 850,000 YouTube subscribers celebrate the band not only for their high-quality metal covers of well-known songs, but also for their own tracks. To date, Halocene has generated almost 200 million views on YouTube and is without a doubt one of the most successful metal cover bands in the world. More than 500,000 monthly Spotify listeners and more than 18 million streams on a joint cover collab with Our Last Night to Selena Gomez's hit "Back To You" are among the band's successes, which have so far been rewarded by more than 1.6 million TikTok followers with over 24.4 million likes - and counting. If you add up all the followers, more than 3 million people already follow the band from Arizona. But even far away from the online world Halocene know how to convince. From Britney Spears to Nine Inch Nails to Linkin Park, the band's reinterpretations succeed regardless of the genre of the original and, in addition to Halocene's own tracks, always ensure bright eyes and euphoria at their live shows. After a first headline European tour in late fall 2022, the band from Arizona comes back to Germany in November for three concerts. Founded in 2008, the band around the husband and wife team Addie Nicole and Bradley Amick builds early on their own interpretations of well-known songs. Shortly after the release of "Can You Hear Us Now" in 2011, Halocene revealed rock & metal covers of well-known songs on their YouTube channel for the first time. In 2018, "Refraction" was released, the second album, which, like its predecessor, can be located in alternative rock. It took until 2020 for the band to finally break through with a cover of the System Of A Down classic "Chop Suey" (12 million views). Since then, in addition to two tribute albums, the band has so far released a full eight cover albums and four albums of their own. After the release of "Vita Nova" (2022), the current album "Maleficent" was released in May 2023, which includes covers as well as their own tracks. On "Maleficent" Halocene seductively reveal a sound between progressive alternative metal, slamming metalcore and dark industrial, which in places reminds of acts like SKYND, Jinjer and Spiritbox. Two-part vocals link catchy choruses with melodic metalcore, intricate trap beats and nu metal elements in a cover of the Sam Smith & Kim Petras hit "Unholy". With this unique sound and the symbiosis of their own and reinterpreted music, Halocene are right on time and know how to inspire their fans again and again. For the upcoming shows in November nothing else than a bombastic live show can be expected, which will thrill fans and promises a lot of newly interpreted hits. - 2023 EUROPE TOURThis content has been machine translated.
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