Swedish metalcore quintet Imminence have shared a reimagined acoustic version of their hit single ‘Alleviate’. The original track features on the band’s fourth album Heaven In Hiding, out now via Arising Empire. Check out ‘Alleviate (Acoustic)’ here: https://youtu.be/h7szP83V2Wo
Since their formation, Imminence‘s acoustic side has been an equally important component to their unique identity. ‘Alleviate’ is the third reimagined song from their latest album, written and produced solely by Eddie Berg (vocals/violin) and Harald Barrett (guitar). The acoustic version of ‘Alleviate’ is accompanied by a music video filmed and edited by producer Pavel Trebukhin.
Imminence‘s latest album, Heaven In Hiding, was released in 2021 via Arising Empire and saw them elevate to the next level in the global modern metal scene. The metal community even granted Imminence a brand new and unique genre: violincore. Singles ‘Temptation‘, ‘Heaven In Hiding‘, ‘Ghost‘, ‘Chasing Shadows’ and ‘Alleviate’ were accompanied by outstanding visual production, with enormous success on YouTube and other streaming platforms. Stream/purchase Heaven In Hiding here: https://imminence.lnk.to/heaveninhiding
Closing in on 100 million streams and over 250,000 online followers off the back of four albums, Imminence emerged from the global COVID-19 pandemic straight into a six-week long European headline tour. Always breaking boundaries and expectations, Imminence introduced the touring cycle with a full-acoustic show: Live In Concert Halls. Featuring a string quartet and other classical elements, Imminence brought the ensemble to six shows in Germany, resulting in a chart position in Eventims‘ fastest selling tours in the country. The Heaven In Hiding album tour followed, with venues tripling in capacity and additional dates announced due to phenomenal demand.
Imminence‘s touring has remained strong over the summer of 2022, appearing at Full Force, Graspop, Rock For People, Deichbrand, Nova Rock, Jera On Air and more.
The band will return to the stage in November and December, supporting In Flames alongside At The Gates and Orbit Culture.