“We finished writing ‘Numb (Transfuse)’ pretty last minute in the studio. We had all the individual parts written already, but Randy LeBoeuf helped us bring the general arrangement of the song together. Lyrically, this song is a pretty vivid summary of the similar things that every member of the band was going through at the time, and it’s one of my favorites on the record”.
“Numb (Transfuse)” is drawn from Chamber’s upcoming debut album “Cost of Sacrifice” due out October 23 on Pure Noise Records. The album is available now for pre-order HERE.
In its entirety, “Cost of Sacrifice” produced by Randy LeBoeuf, is a gob-smacking, life-affirming, invigorating smack across the face to anyone who dares to despair that the genre’s salad days are forgotten. Angry, ferocious, mournful and at times blissfully melodic, Chamber deal in devilish speed and frantic nervosa, without sacrificing unrelenting heaviness. Emotional confessions abound in the lyrics, with a plainspoken examination of trauma and personal upheaval, befitting the music.
Chamber offer a stark reminder of the true spirit of hardcore, when the authentic community becomes a shelter for outcasts and outsiders. The Nashville band has blazed a trail in clubs and theaters in North America and the UK, sharing stages with Counterparts, Can’t Swim and Gideon. The band are at the vanguard of a full-on throat-ripping revival, in attitude and spirit, stubbornly pushing forward, with their own signature on what was in danger of becoming a lifeless genre. Chamber are champions of the outcast, with a foot in the past and fists banging at the future.