Dwell, formed in 2014 in Kernersville, NC, joined Blood & Ink Records and their debut self-titled EP is now available for preorder.

Dwell is Jacob (vocals), Issac (drums), Ian (guitar), Ryan (bass) and Jeremy (guitar). The band rocks out, putting a cool spin on 90s style metallic hardcore. The debut ep features this sound and metalcore fans will be pleased with the mastering done by Jamie King of Between the Buried and Me.

Check out the video to hear the first track off the ep, “Voyage,” and be sure to get your copy when it hits stores, March 10th. Vocalist Jacob Lilly says about the track,

‘Voyage’ is about discovering who you really are as a person,

Dwell is currently on tour across North Carolina on the following dates:

Feb 18 – Greenville, NC @ The Lime Light*
Feb 19 –  Virginia Beach, VA @ The Hook Up*
Feb 20 – Greensboro, NC @ The Shed*
Feb 21 – Boone, NC @ West King Basement*
Mar 07 – Wilmington, NC @ Red Dogs
Mar 10 – Greensboro, NC @ The Shed
Mar 26 – Raleigh, NC @ Southland Ballroom^
Apr 04 – Fayetteville, NC @ The Drunk Horse Pub**

*w/ Fractured
^w/ Code Orange, Harms Way
**w/ Earth Crisis, Bitter End

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